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CWFChildren Worldwide Fashion (France)
CWFCanadian Wildlife Federation
CWFChampionship Wrestling from Florida (est. 1961)
CWFCanada West Foundation (Economic Institute)
CWFCustom Wire Format
CWFCommon Working File
CWFCute Win Fail
CWFConserve Wildlife Foundation (New Jersey)
CWFColonial Williamsburg Foundation
CWFConnect with Fans (music sales strategy)
CWFChristian Women's Fellowship
CWFCenter for Working Families
CWFCampaign for Working Families
CWFCold Water Fish (classification; various locations)
CWFClear Wood Finish
CWFCool White Fluorescent
CWFConsumer Welfare Fund (India)
CWFCon-Way Freight (shipping; various locations)
CWFChelsea-Area Wellness Foundation (Chelsea, MI)
CWFCommunity Water Fluoridation (various locations)
CWFCoal-Water Fuel
CWFCondenser Water Flow (product feature)
CWFCreative Work Fund (San Francisco, CA)
CWFCivilian Welfare Fund
CWFChild Welfare Foundation, Inc.
CWFContinental Wrestling Federation (professional wrestling circuit)
CWFChristian Wushu Fellowship
CWFCeramic Waste Form
CWFCanary Wharf Films (UK)
CWFCaution Wet Floor (sign)
CWFCustom Wired Format (IBM Websphere MQSeries SW)
CWFChiller, Water, Fan/Coil
CWFCanadian Wushu Federation
CWFCommon Work File (Medicare)
CWFCombat Weather Facility
CWFContract Work Force
CWFClassic Wood Furniture
CWFComplementary Work Force Program (Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries)
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The deadline for hospices to transition from the Common Working File (CWF) to HETS is fast approaching.
I do compliance work with the Medicare program as defined by CMS, I work with the Fiscal Intermediary Shared System and the Common Working File (CWF) system, and other online systems essential to the Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Medicare billing system.
However, in checking the Medicare Common Working File, you learn that the resident has another 100 days of SNF Medicare Part A benefit available.
Should you assume that the Common Working File is correct and cover the resident on Medicare Part A?
CMS requires nursing homes to submit both of these types of bills in order to extend the beneficiary's applicable benefit period posted in the Common Working File.
Maybe billing staff members aren't completing pre-billing audits, or intake staff isn't checking the common working file to make sure clients are not already receiving care from another provider.
The main reason for the overpayments is that Medicare contractors do not have edits in place in the Common Working File (CWF) to detect and prevent these duplicate claims.