What It Is and What a Practice Needs to Know

The Comprehensive Error Rate Testing (CERT) program is a crucial component of the Medicare program that helps ensure the government is paying only for the services and care that beneficiaries actually receive. The program is designed to identify improper payments made to healthcare providers and suppliers under Medicare Part A and B and Durable Medical equipment MACs (DMACs). This article will explore what the CERT program is, how it works, what a practice should do if a CERT request for records arrives, and how the CERT report can be used to help a practice stay compliant.

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