Noridian publishes CMS and Noridian created articles within the Latest Updates and includes these articles in the scheduled, twice-per-week, email newsletter. The articles are consolidated into a quarterly bulletin and made available on this website to view, print and/or share.
To view the bulletin in its entirety, select the PDF icon, in the "Download" column next to the bulletin issue date. Access individual articles in the PDF via the Table of Contents or the Adobe search function.
Last Updated May 04, 2018
Bulletin Issues and Articles
|2018||Issue 60||September 2018||(1.21 MB)|
|2018||Issue 59||June 2018||(867 KB)|
|2018||Issue 58||March 2018||(857 KB)|
|2017||Issue 57||December 2017||(1.35 MB)|
|2017||Issue 56||September 2017||(850 KB)|
|2017||Issue 55||June 2017||(980 KB)|
|2017||Issue 54||March 2017||(823 KB)|
|2016||Issue 53||December 2016||(530 KB)|
|2016||Issue 52||September 2016||(735 KB)|
MLN Matters Disclaimer Statement
Below is the CMS Medicare Learning Network (MLN) Matters Disclaimer statement that applies to all MLN Matters articles in this bulletin.
"This article was prepared as a service to the public and is not intended to grant rights or impose obligations. MLN Matters articles may contain references or links to statutes, regulations or other policy materials. The information provided is only intended to be a general summary. It is not intended to take the place of either the written law or regulations. We encourage readers to review the specific statutes, regulations and other interpretive materials for a full and accurate statement of their contents."
Sources for Bulletin Articles
The purpose of bulletins are to educate the Noridian Medicare provider/supplier community. The educational articles can be advice written by Noridian staff or directives from CMS. Whenever we publish material from CMS, we will do our best to retain the wording given to us; however, due to limited space in our bulletins, we will occasionally edit this material. Noridian includes "Source" following CMS derived articles to allow for those interested in the original material to research it at the CMS website, http://www.cms.gov/manuals . The CMS Change Request (CR) and the date issued will be referenced within the "Source" portion of applicable articles.
CMS publishes a series of educational articles within their Medicare Learning Network (MLN), titled "MLN Matters." These "MLN Matters" articles are also included in Noridian bulletins. The Medicare Learning Network is a brand name for official CMS national provider education products designed to promote national consistency of Medicare provider information developed for CMS initiatives.