Doctors face stricter policy on imaging self-referral

08/23/2010 | USA Today

As part of the health care reform law, doctors who own imaging equipment must disclose their ownership in writing whenever they refer Medicare and Medicaid patients for in-office imaging. The new rule, which is set to be effective next year, also will require doctors to furnish patients with a list of other nearby sites where they can undergo similar imaging services.

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