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Instead of fearing further scrutiny by federal authorities, providers should embrace the opportunity to get feedback in the form of PEPPER reports, legal experts said Monday at the LeadingAge annual meeting in Nashville.
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I love the PEPPER reports. I really think of them as an education tool, a road map from the government — the only one they've ever given us.”
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Participants will learn about the pitfalls in the diagnosis of migraine, including aids to differentiating between episodic and chronic headache disorders