Telehealth rules relaxed for radiologists during COVID-19

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Medicare has temporarily opened up the...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: What the Medicare AUC, CDS mandate means for radiologists Update on 'surprise billing' legislation across the U.S. Video from RSNA 2019: Get ready for changes to radiology billing in 2020 How Medicare's final rule for 2020 will affect radiologists What radiologists need to know about upcoming ICD-10 changes
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Sarah Boseley speaks toProf Trudie Lang about the outbreak on the continent and explores how a history of responding toEbola and other public health emergencies could helpContinue reading...
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Previous estimates of the R0 of COVID-19 put it at about 2.2, but new data from China suggests the number is closer to 5.7, at least during the Chinese outbreak.
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