Warning: Total Hip Could be Total Confusion
Revenue loss related to THAs coming off the inpatient-only list is inevitable, but effective plans in place to minimize such losses are crucial in this age of tight operational margins as presented in this RACmonitor webcast.
New IRF Rules for 2020: Rough Seas or Smooth Sailing
New regulations from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in 2020 for IRF providers are discussed by Angela Phillips during this webcast that's designed to help you and your team accurately report, document and bill for IRF services in an environment of increased scrutiny by auditors.
Learn How to Use the Most Powerful Weapon in Your Medicare Appeal
This exclusive RACmonitor webcast, led by David Mullens, JD, DPM describes how to write a letter brief that is understandable to the ALJ and describes the patient's problem, helps the ALJ understand what was done, and persuades the ALJ to agree that what was done was the correct thing to do for the problem.
Learn How to Prepare for Observation Audits by the RACs
This webcast will demonstrate to you and your team how to distinguish inpatients from outpatients with observation services, while helping you to understand the time-sensitivity of observation services and what steps to take in preparation for observation audits.
Use Patient Status to Stop Claim Denials
Learn how you should assign the appropriate status to support medical necessity, optimize quality data and ensure appropriate hospital reimbursement in order to avoid claim denials by commercial payers.
How to Obtain Post-Acute Authorizations from Managed Medicare Plans
Learn how to leverage Managed Medicare insurers who are denying authorizations for inpatients requiring post-acute care. A more recent challenge is obtaining authorizations for long term acute care (LTAC), acute rehabilitation and subacute rehabilitation (SAR) which will be explained in this webcast.
CMS 2020 Rule Update for Care Management and Utilization Review
The 2020 IPPS Final Rule, the 2020 proposed rules for OPPS and the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule are reviewed during this webcast so that your facility can prepare for these new regulations that become effective Oct. 1, 2019. Failure to comply leads to compliance, revenue and patient dissatisfaction risks.