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December 2016 Texas Medicaid Provider Procedures Manual

Inpatient and Outpatient Hospital Services Handbook : 5 Ambulatory Surgical Center and Hospital Ambulatory Surgical Center : 5.4 Claims Filing and Reimbursement : 5.4.2 Reimbursement : ASC and HASC Global Services
The ASC or HASC payment represents a global payment and includes room charges and supplies. Covered services provided are submitted as one inclusive charge. All facility services provided in conjunction with the surgery (e.g., laboratory, radiology, anesthesia supplies, medical supplies) are considered part of the global payment and cannot be itemized or submitted separately.
Routine X-ray and laboratory services directly related to the surgical procedure being performed are not reimbursed separately. All nonroutine laboratory and X-ray services provided with emergency conditions may be submitted separately with documentation that the complicating condition arose after the initiation of the surgery.
Medical and prosthetic devices such as intraocular lenses may be supplied by the ASC or HASC and implanted, inserted, or otherwise applied during a covered surgical procedure and is considered part of the global surgical fee.
Certain pieces of equipment, (e.g., cochlear implants, implantable infusion pumps, and neurostimulator devices) may be reimbursed separately from the ASC or HASC global rate.
Refer to:
Subsection 2.2, “Fee-for-Service Reimbursement Methodology,” in Section 2, “Texas Medicaid Fee-for-Service Reimbursement” (Vol. 1, General Information) for more information about reimbursement.
Subsection 4.2.3, “Day Surgery,” in this handbook for information about HASCs.

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