Use this report to view National Coverage Analyses (NCAs) and Coding Analyses for Labs (CALs) organized by status, including those that are Open for Public Comment. NCAs and CALs are documents that support the National Coverage Determination (NCD) process.
Learn more about the various document types found in the MCD
Getting to know the Report
This report contains the list of all NCAs and CALs. By default, all NCAs and CALs are included, but you can filter on the document type or status.
The columns in this report include:
- ID: The ID of the document
- Title: The title of the document
- Type: The document type - NCA or CAL
- Status: The status of the document - Open, Open for Public Comment or Closed
Filtering Your Report
You can filter your report using the two criteria in the upper left. Changing the filters will immediately update your report.
Choose from NCAs or CALs. Only the selected document types will be included. By default, both NCAs and CALs are included in the report.
Choose a Status to limit your report. Only documents matching the selected status will be included. By default, all statuses are included, but you can choose to view only Open documents, documents Open for Public Comment or Closed documents.
Sorting Your Report
You can sort your report by using the Sort By feature in the upper right. Changing the sort will immediately update your report.
You can open a document by selecting the link in the ID column.
Adding Documents to the Basket
You can add documents to the basket by selecting the basket icon associated with the document of interest. Adding documents to the basket will allow you to reference the documents at a later time. Selecting the basket icon in the table's header row will add all the documents in the table to the basket. However, this feature is disabled if there are more than 50 documents in the table.
To see the items in your basket, select the basket icon in the navbar.
Printing a Document to PDF
There are multiple ways to create a PDF of a document that you are currently viewing. You can use your browser's Print function (Ctrl-P on a PC or Command-P on a Mac) to view a print preview and then select PDF as the output. Another option is to use the Download button at the top right of the document view pages (for certain document types).
At the bottom of the report, you will find additional helpful features:
- Report Run Date: The date you ran the report
- Selected Criteria: This is the criteria used to run the report
- Submit Feedback/Ask a Question: Use this feature to contact CMS
- Download to Excel: Use this feature to download all of the report data to an Excel file