Achieving compliance in the medical practice is much more than performing an annual coding compliance review. There are many other facets involved in the compliance for the practice. Non-compliance in these areas can result in fines, penalties, sometimes similar to those imposed for coding non-compliance. They are all equally important to the practice and should be documented and reviewed periodically.
In addition to coding the practice should address compliance concerns, such as Accounts Receivable/Billing, Order Authentication, Medical Necessity, Signature Requirements/Documentation, HIPAA and OSHA. They all represent the areas of compliance concerns with financial penalties if not addressed; therefore, all are equally important.
In this medical compliance conference, Marsha S. Diamond, CPC, CPC-H, CCS will shed insights on some of the top concern areas like—how to achieve compliance in Accounts Receivable/Billing, Order Authentication, Medical Necessity, Signature Requirements/Documentation, HIPAA and OSHA as well as the penalties associated with failure to comply.
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Who should attend? Practice Managers, Practice Administrators, Billing/Coding Staff, Utilization Managers, Clinical Documentation Specialists, Compliance Managers and anyone within a practice concerned with compliance.
- Jim Sheldon-Dean
Marsha S. Diamond - CPC, CPC-H, CCS Involved in the medical coding, compliance, billing, healthcare reimbursement, education and management fields for over 30 years in the Central Florida area encompassing academic medicine, hospital, hospital-based physicians, physicians and facility coding. Author of coding textbooks, Mastering Medical Coding, Code Compass, Understanding Hospital Coding and Billing, Coders Resource Handbook, as well as a significant number of coding and compliance-related articles for publications...
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