RVU


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AcronymDefinition
RVURelative Value Unit (factor used in pricing of medical services)
RVURelative Value Unit
RVURelease Version Update
RVURegional Vancouver Urban Observatory (Canada)
RVURocky Vista University (Aurora, CO)
RVURespiratory Virus Unit (various locations)
RVU[not an acronym] (networking technology; pronounced "r-view")
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I do so because I wish focus on the statutory cap placed on the total amount that RVU changes may affect projected billing.
In the IUD case mentioned earlier (removal and insertion of IUDs on the same date), the order of the codes, assuming the payer reimburses for both, will be even more important since removal usually has a higher payment: 58301 (2.70 RUVs), 58300 (1.54 RVUs).
Two semistructured interviews were conducted with the heads of disease control and health information at the regional office of GHS, and the head of RVU in Koforidua.
In the Medicare resource-based relative value scale payment system, relative value units (RVUs) are calculated based on three elements: physician work, practice expenses, and malpractice cost.
The apparent viscosity was expressed as rapid visco units (RVu), with one RVu equaling 12cP.
En la poblacion pediatrica una de las principales afecciones es la infeccion de vias urinarias (IVU), a esto se asocian factores como reflujo vesicoureteral (RVU) que es la mas frecuente a nivel mundial (2,3), la prevalencia de RVU se estima entre 1-3% en la poblacion pediatrica mundial (4).
Revenue per RVU increased 2.2 percent in the expansion states but fell 0.2 percent in the non-expansion states.
"The American College of Physicians supports greater transparency in the development of RVUs, and has recommended that the RUC agree to report the vote totals on RVU recommendations," noted ACP President Wayne J.
Physicians' average work relative value unit (RVU) score per patient visit remained unchanged from 2013 to 2014, at 2.3.