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Medicare, Medicaid, and CLIA Programs; Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 Removal of Exemption of Laboratories in the State of Oregon
This notice removes the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) exemption previously granted to laboratories within the State of Oregon. Section 353(p) of the Public Health Service Act grants us the authority to exempt from CLIA clinical laboratories located in a State that enacts and implements laws with requirements equal to...
Medicare Program; Open Public Meeting on May 18, 2000 to Discuss the Coverage of Drugs and Biologicals that Cannot be Self-Administered
This notice announces a public meeting to obtain input on the Medicare program policy for drugs and biologicals which cannot be self- administered and are furnished as an incident to a physician's professional service. The meeting will provide an opportunity for providers, suppliers, beneficiaries, beneficiary advocates, and other interested...