Implantable Device Credit Reporting: Intense Federal Audits Continue
The OIG has not slowed down in its apparent endeavor to access every facility, whether a hospital or an ASC, to audit each facility's claims history and current practices under implantable medical device credit requirements. High error rates make these targeted audits lucrative in terms of repayments and fines. It's not easy to master and implement these requirements, but you must know how. This webcast will show you how to report compliantly.
Learn New Rules to Win Your Appeals at the ALJ
Providers and suppliers appealing claims for Medicare, Medicare Advantage or Medicare Prescription Drug plans must understand the new rules of engagement in order to prevail through the appeals process. The benefit of this webcast is to help you understand the new rules in order to enhance successful outcomes throughout the appeals process, but specifically the ALJ level of appeal.
Mastering the Use of the JW Modifier
The ambiguity of the JW modifier continues to thwart effective planning by hospital pharmacy professionals. By attending this timely webcast, you will be made aware of the potential impact that the JW modifier can have on your organization and also know how critical documentation and medical necessity are to a successful transition.
Avoid a Collision with the MOON
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 could be doomsday. That's when the Medicare Outpatient Observation Notice (MOON) becomes effective. And getting observation right will be crucial because of the widespread publicity and public scrutiny of observation services. Now you will, thanks to this timely webcast by Ronald Hirsch, MD.
Debunking 5 Medicare Myths That Can Hinder and Hamper Your Judgment
Medicare rules are terribly complex. Yet as others seek to simplify these rules, misunderstandings become Medicare Myths — myths that can hinder and hamper your judgment when you come to the crossroads of doing what is right or following the law. During this timely webcast, you and your team will come to understand what one can do that is right, while doing what is legal.
Protect Your Facility from Cyberattacks: Learn from Real World Examples
Russian cyberattacks against U.S. institutions have ushered in a new reality for hospitals. The Dark web is teaming with criminals already attacking banks, universities and hospitals looting them for money, holding them for ransom. That's why cyberattacks are on the rise. If your facility hasn't been attacked it's probably just a matter of time. That is why this webcast is so vitally important. You and your team will come away equipped with the latest information on the cyber threat landscape and incidents in healthcare to help you keep patient data secured.
Don't Get Behind the Eight Ball: Eight New Therapy Stratified Codes up the Ante for Risk
Out with the old. In with the new. Old physical and occupational codes are gone December 31, 2016. In their place: Eight new therapy stratified codes that, if not billed correctly, could put your reimbursement at risk while putting therapy staff and coders behind the eight ball come January 1, 2017. Now's the time for coding and documentation lessons. So rack 'em up.
Provider-Based Clinics: In the Eye of the Storm
Provider-based clinics and associated operations have become very popular for hospitals because increased reimbursement results from filing both a facility and a professional claim. But all of that could change due to a potent storm that's gaining energy on the horizon. Once again, hospitals are at the storm's vortex.
DRG Clinical Validation: Necessary or Optional
The official 2017 Coding and Reporting Guidelines are creating one of the biggest frustrations for hospital audit and denial teams in recent memory. Ronald Hirsch, MD will provide valuable insight as a physician and as a nationally recognized physician advisor on how to arrive at a compliant solution for one of the most insidious attacks this year on DRG clinical validation.
2017 OIG Work Plan: Seen Through the Lens of Attorney
Tuesday, November 15
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) 2017 Work Plan comes with a warning: the OIG continues to be relentless in detecting and pursuing waste, fraud, and abuse. This webcast will prepare you with practical steps to keep your facility compliant.
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Learn How to Analyze Your PEPPER: Identify Risks and Rewards
Widely viewed, but seldom understood, the Program for Evaluating Payment Patterns Electronic Report (PEPPER) can enhance your hospital's overall performance. During this webcast, Ronald Hirsch, MD, will walk you through the PEPPER report to show you how to determine if your facility is a risk of an audit and conversely, how your facility could realize potential revenue enhancement.