Payments for Outpatient Infusion Therapy, Lithotripsy, and Blood Administration Services Provided at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC
Payments received by Georgetown University Hospital from its Medicare contractor for 230 claims were not appropriate. Each of these claims had errors relating to outpatient blood administration, infusion therapy, or lithotripsy services. As a result, Georgetown University Hospital received overpayments totaling $35,000 for 284 outpatient services.
Filed under: Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services