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Chapters 2 through 16 focus on specific categories of studies. Laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures with nursing diagnoses by corbett, jane vincent. To ensure that medicare and medicaid only pay for laboratory tests performed in certified facilities, each claim for an hcpcs code that is considered a clia laboratory test is currently edited at the clia certificate level. Cy 2018 summary of data reporting for the clfs cms. Laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures free ebooks. Download mosbys diagnostic and laboratory test reference pdf. Most guidelines were developed for a disease or syndrome and contained only one or a few paragraphs on laboratory tests. When all ordered tests are completed for each sample, the results are printed out by beckman synchron lx20 instrument.
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