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Review the attached PDF & determine the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule amount for 2014 using the RBRVS system for figures #1-3 & you'll note figure 1 contains both Facility & Non-facility. All GPCI is 1.0. Please submit back showing all work & not just the MPFS.

Please Note:The MPFS Conversion Factor for CY 2013 is \$34.0230. Use figure 2 & determine the MPFS paid in 2013 using the 2013 CF. GPCI will stay at 1.0.

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RVU
Review the attached PDF & determine the Medicare Pysician Fee Schedule amount for 2014 using the RBRVS system for figures #1-3 & you'll note figure 1 contains both Facility & Non-facility. All GPCI is 1.0. Please submit back showing all work & not just the MPFS.
Please Note:The MPFS Conversion Factor for CY 2013 is \$34.0230. Use figure 2 & determine the MPFS paid in 2013 using the 2013 CF. GPCI will stay at 1.0

Figure 1
Work RVU = 4.74
PE/Facility RVU = 2.24
PE/NonFacility RVU = 5.8
MP RVU = 0.77
GPCI = 1.0

Work RVU X Work GPCI = 4.74 X 1.0 = 4.74
PE/Facility RVU X PE GPCI = 2.24 X 1.0 = ...

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The solution determines the Meidicare Physician Fee Schedule amount for 2014.

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