MCAC

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MCACMidlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)
MCACMedicare Coverage Advisory Committee
MCACMaryland Coordination and Analysis Center
MCACMechanical Contractors Association of Canada
MCACMaryland Correctional Adjustment Center (Baltimore, MD)
MCACMattawoman Creek Art Center (Maryland)
MCACMiddlesex County Automobile Club (UK)
MCACMission de Coopération et d'Action Culturelle (French: Mission for Cooperation and Cultural Action)
MCACMulti-Mission Craft Air Cushion
MCACMajor Crimes Assessment Committee (Texas)
MCACMulti-purpose Craft Air Cushion
MCACMaryland Citizens' Advisory Commission
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(159) Medicare Program; Renewal and Amendment of the Charter of the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee ("MCAC"), 67 Fed.
See Medicare Program; Renewal and Renaming of the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee (MCAC) to Medicare Evidence Development Coverage Advisory Committee (MedCAC) and a Request for Nominations for Members for the Medicare Evidence Development & Coverage Advisory Committee, 72 Fed.
The panel is part of the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee, which advises Medicare on whether particular treatments merit coverage by the program.
By a vote of 6-1, a CMS Medicare coverage advisory committee decided that the evidence from the REMATCH trial was strong enough that similar conclusions could be drawn about Medicare patients who meet the inclusion criteria for the REMATCH trial (class IV heart disease patients ineligible for heart transplant).
Last February, CMS's Medical Devices and Prosthetics Panel, part of its Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee, held a hearing on the ABPM issue.
Last February, CMS' Medical Devices and Prosthetics Panel, part of its Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee, held a hearing on the ABPM issue.
The medical devices and prosthetics panel of the Health Care Financing Administration's Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee decided that there is enough evidence to endorse the use of ambulatory blood pressure monitors for determining which patients have temporarily high blood pressure caused by the stress of being in the doctor's office.
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