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Effective April 1, 2012, CMS will no longer publish a Mutually Exclusive edit file on its website for either practitioner or outpatient hospital services since all active and deleted edits will appear in the single Column One/Column Two Correct Coding edit file on each website.
The edits previously contained in the Mutually Exclusive edit file were NOT deleted but were moved to the Column One/Column Two Correct Coding edit file.
This change occurred for PTP edits in NCCI version 18.1 scheduled for April 1, 2012.
After this date, it will only be necessary to search the Column One/Column Two Correct Coding edit file for active or previously deleted edits.
I won’t get deep technically here so if you want deep technical details about the errors.
I have provided links to the Microsoft KB’s for you.
The second error started to happen just after the above error was resolved.
Separate consolidations occurred for the two practitioner PTP edit files and the two PTP edit files used for OCE.The first error 0x80244014 will happen if the Microsoft Update box (Give me updates for other Microsoft product when I update Windows) within the Windows Update settings isn’t check.To resolve this issue manually change this setting.Both errors 0x80248014 and 0x8024402c had occurred when someone tried to manually update the definitions using the GUI.After a little research and thanks to the Forefront Endpoint Protection Blog I had found that both of these errors had the same core cause.
Since 1996 the Medicare NCCI procedure to procedure (PTP) edits have been assigned to either the Column One/Column Two Correct Coding edit file or the Mutually Exclusive edit file based on the criterion for each edit.