Here's important information about 835 remittances: The data contained in the 835s from payers is a treasure trove of objective information of your denials—but only if your organization knows how to access and unravel the payers' codes associated with every claim transaction. Fortunately, this RACmonitor webcast will introduce you and your team to the wealth of data and the opportunities that the 835s offer. With information about the payers' use of codes, root causes can be analyzed to determine which has the greatest impact on the bottom line at your facility: whether it be a certain physician, service line, specific codes, or process that needs a redesign both in the clinical or revenue cycle arena.
Too often organizations lack the insight into the cause of denials, with neither the revenue cycle team or the utilization review committee having access to the objective information needed to impact change or failing to act on the data they do have. Now through this webcast your team will have both: new information on denials as well as the ability and knowledge to act on the data they have.
Why This is Relevant:
Understanding the story behind the denial is the first step in developing prevention strategies. In today's denial environment, you and your team need to identify what the organization did – or didn't do – that caused the denial and what strategies must be addressed to prevent those denials from occurring going forward.
- Learn how to decipher the XML language of the 835 remittances
- Understand the codes that payers use
- Learn how to conduct root cause analysis
- Discover the role of the utilization review committee
- Deploy front end prevention strategies
Who Should Attend:
Utilization review professionals; revenue cycle professionals; utilization review committee members; physician advisors; lead hospitalists.
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