CMS Audit Guide for 2020: What to Know

By Alexander Henrichs
Wed, Feb, 12, 2020

As we enter 2020, now is a great time to review CMS’ recent changes and begin preparing for audits. The first thing to know is that CMS will not be implementing its new audit protocol to the extent previously expected. The agency announced in August 2019 that it would extend its original 2016 collection request requirements, with minor revisions, until 2021. However, there are still some important changes to be aware of that this CMS audit guide will walk you through.


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