AHA to CMS Re: Medicare-Medicaid Crossover Bad Debt Accounting Classification

AHA urges CMS to reconsider its recent guidance to providers requiring them to document Medicare-Medicaid “crossover” bad debt in a manner that is neither standard practice for most hospitals nor consistent with current accounting standards.

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