The ACR spearheaded an effort to gain language in the new health care reform law that would eliminate the in-office ancillary services exception for advanced imaging and radiation therapy.
What does IOASE stand for?
IOASE stands for In-Office Ancillary Services Exception (US DHHS)
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This is a step in the right direction, but the new rules should be expanded to include other services covered by the anti-markup rule and the Stark Law's In-Office Ancillary Services Exception, such as anatomic pathology.
The challenged rules prohibit any markup of the professional and technical component of anatomic pathology services provided in a "centralized building" that does not qualify as the "same building" under the in-office ancillary services exception to the Stark physician self-referral law.