IMO's Local Medical Review Policy (LMRP) solution provides region-specific medical necessity checking.
What does LMRP stand for?
LMRP stands for Local Medical Review Policy
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The use of local medical review policy helps avoid situations in which claims are paid or denied without a full understanding of the reasoning behind the decision.
Among the modules available is Claredi's payer requirements library containing transaction edits and validation for more than 750 payer companion documents, a module with the Medicare Correct Coding Initiative (bundling and unbundling) edits and one containing Local Medical Review Policy edits (LMRP).
Healthworks) and Epic Systems Corporation (Epic - Madison, WI) today announced that Epic will integrate the Healthworks' Local Medical Review Policy (LMRP) Knowledgebase(TM) into three of its products: EpicCare(R) Ambulatory EMR, EpicWeb(TM) Light EMR, and Resolute(R) Patient Accounting.
Our local medical review policy group rules (LMRP) are numerous and change frequently," explained Julie Christy-Givin, director of clinical informatics for MCO.
However, based on the goal to unify local medical review policy in all of California, Northern California Medicare currently pays for and will continue to pay for the TUNA Procedure.
The reimbursement policy approval, Final Local Medical Review Policy #98.
Info-X's extensive, Web-enabled content will be coupled with MDeverywhere's PDA-based medical necessity product ClearCoder(TM), a reference tool for the cumbersome Local Medical Review Policy (LMRP) rules set.