Thursday, June 29, 2006

Bisphenol-A: Why Makers Of Toys, Medical Equipment and More Don't Want You To Worry About Bisphenol- A-- And Why You Should

A California Bill intended to ban certain toys, pacifiers, baby bottles and teethers for children under 3 was recently proposed (and defeated). The Bill sought to eliminate the products because they can contain a chemical called bisphenol-A (BPA) (along with some phthalates). Growing Concerns Surrounding BPA The Bill calls attention to...
Although there has been suspicion for years that air pollution does more to the body than what was known, it was not until recently that researchers in California discovered something quite significant. Through in-depth studies, these experts found that microscopic particles in the atmosphere can have the capability of disrupting some of the...


Using The Right Medical Billing Code For Home Dialysis
A simple, but crucial medical billing change has recently occurred. Beginning on October 1, 2005, the Medicare durable medical equipment regional carrier (DMERC) will no longer accept the diagnosis code 585.0. Instead of using ICD-9 585.0, medical billing should be done with the ICD-9 code 585.6 for home dialysis charges.
The code 585.0 means chronic renal failure. This code has now been discontinued and the DMERC will no longer be...



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