Payment Policies - IAC Vein Center

To date, the IAC is aware that the following insurers have adopted reimbursement directives, and provides this information as a service to the venous treatment and management community. PLEASE NOTE: These policies are changed and updated regularly by the insurance carriers and list requirements as related to IAC accreditation only. Therefore, the IAC recommends that applicant facilities contact the insurance carriers in their area for the most accurate and current information to ensure compliance with reimbursement requirements at all times. Further questions about IAC accreditation as related to reimbursement may be directed to the IAC via e-mail.

The policy information within the document below details CMS policies with accreditation requirements/recommendations for venous treatment and management only.

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BCBS of Massachusetts Requiring Facilities Performing Endovenous Ablation to Earn IAC Vein Center Accreditation by 9/1/15 - UPDATE: BCBSMA Extends Deadline to 1/1/2016

SEPTEMBER 2015 | Beginning January 1, 2016, BCBS of Massachusetts will require IAC Vein Center accreditation as a condition for reimbursement for facilities currently performing or wish to perform endovenous ablation. Effective September 1, 2015, BCBSMA will no longer privilege any provider for Endovenous Ablation unless they are approved by the IAC for Vein Center. Read official announcement»

The accreditation review process takes approximately 8 to 12 weeks to complete once an application has been submitted, including rendering of a decision.

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IAC offers a convenient online application that includes live chat with IAC staff, a concise checklist of items needed to obtain IAC accreditation, downloadable decision documents and the ability to track your application progress.

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