The following are the comments and contractor responses for Noridian Healthcare Solutions Proposed Local Coverage Determination (LCD) DL38615 Non-Invasive Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) for Ischemic Heart Disease which was posted for comment from 01/20/2022 thru 03/05/2022, and presented at the Open Meeting on February 24, 2022. All comments were reviewed and incorporated into the final LCD where applicable.
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