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Outpatient Infusion Coding & Documentation: Modifier Mayhem
Price: $99.00

Tuesday, June 2

For 2015 CMS released a new subset of modifiers to replace (in most instances) use of the familiar -59 modifier. Without official guidance from CMS, hospitals have struggled to make sense of recommendations from various payers and professional organizations.

Learn Proven Strategies to Prevent Takebacks
Price: $199.00

Thursday, June 4

Your facility's revenue is under attack from multiple fronts. The Recovery Audit program is gearing up again after the long moratorium; auditors are hungry for cash and looking at yours. The Medicaid RACs are finally getting rolling; expect more audits. Enrollment in Medicare Advantage plans continues to grow; expect more takebacks. States are shifting Medicaid recipients to Managed Medicaid; expect more audits and loss of reimbursement.
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Additional Documentation Requests: Master Smart Ways to Find What’s Missing
Price: $199.00

Wednesday, June 10

Audits, denials and quality reviews all have one thing in common: additional documentation requests. This webcast will show you how to find ways to research and look for missing information, with LCD's and NCD's, how to identify missing documents and how to ensure that you are submitting health information that supports your patients care story right the first time.
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Chronic Care Management: New Coding Issues for a Lifetime
Price: $199.00

Tuesday, June 16

New chronic care management codes went into effect January 1, 2015. Along with the codes, there are tough new coding and documentation requirements that have to be met. Failing to meet these requirements identifies your facility as being non-compliant by third party auditors and federal agencies like the OIG.
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Outpatient Infusion Coding & Documentation: Back to the Basics
Price: $199.00

Thursday, July 9

Would an audit reveal significant problems with your hospital's coding, billing and documentation for outpatient infusion services? It may be time to get back to the basics!