News | October 30, 2007

Aurora To Host Free Breast MRI Reimbursement Webinar

October 31, 2007 - Aurora Imaging Technology Inc., will be conducting a free live reimbursement webinar to further support breast imaging facilities, through the delivery of reimbursement support.

This webinar, entitled “Breast MRI: 2008 Coding Changes and Challenges," will take place at noon EST on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2007 and will focus on 2008 CPT coding changes, the 2008 final rule for Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System (HOPPS), the 2008 final rule for Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS), and Breast MRI Accreditation requirements.

Reimbursement expert Barbara J. Ossias will be the speaker for the webinar. An educator certified by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and the Society of Nuclear Medicine, Barbara serves as Aurora’s Breast MRI Reimbursement Specialist managing the Aurora Breast MRI Reimbursement Hotline Support Center.

For more information: www.auroramri.com

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