Readmissions Prevention: Learn Compliant Strategies to Avoid Penalties
This webcast analyzes readmissions from several different perspectives including the finances of prevention for Medicare and commercial patients, the various payer programs dealing with readmissions, the right and wrong way to avoid readmissions, and how to know whether your facility is doing it right
COVID-19 Provider Relief Funds: How to Avoid Audits
The myriad of federal and state rules and regulations attached to the PRF are explained by healthcare attorney Knicole Emanuel who also reveals important exceptions to those rules and how to mitigate risks and possible audits.
ABNs and HINNs: Stay in Compliance During COVID-19
This webcast provides solutions to common struggles that case managers and utilization specialists face when trying to identify the appropriate patient notice (HINN and ABN) and how they can remain compliant with CMS regulations during the PHE and beyond.
COVID-19: Clearing up Regulatory Confusion
Healthcare attorney David Glaser untangles rules and waivers associated with telemedicine, Stark, licensure and practical legal issues surrounding the wearing of face masks and vaccine requirements.
Outpatient Therapy: 2021 Strategies for Survival
Nancy Beckley will help equip your organization to survive a planned 9% reduction in 2021 reimbursements for outpatient therapy services, coupled with a resumption of CMS audits. You’ll take away a clear understanding of the latest Medicare payment rules and how to consistently apply them.
Learn Strategies to Stop AKI Revenue Leaks
This RACmonitor educational webcast describes specific denial rationales often presented by the payer and offers corresponding appeal strategies while addressing how a proactive approach of performing second level reviews of AKI/ATN denials can mitigate further denials.
Payer Audits: Know Your Rights and How to Appeal
Building and sustaining a well-maintained compliance program creates strong defense strategies to combat the non-specific denials or lack of clinical judgment by payers and their contracted auditors.