Comprehensive Error Rate Testing (CERT)

The Comprehensive Error Rate Testing (CERT) report is one of two reports conducted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to determine the national paid claims error rate. Through the CERT program, CMS attempts to determine the types of health care providers making billing errors, the CPT codes contributing to the error rate, and the Medicare contractors (carriers, fiscal intermediaries, quality improvement organizations, DME, and Medicare Administrative Contractors) with the highest error rates.

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