Clinical trials involve routine and non-routine items and services. Since these are all part of a clinical trial, standard treatment protocols are changed and one needs to determine how the costs for care will be reimbursed. There may be multiple payors, including the sponsor and the patient’s insurer. Becoming familiar with what is a billing risk and how to conduct a coverage analysis will ensure that the items and services provided as part of a clinical trial are billed and reimbursed properly.
Join expert speaker Gail Madison-Brown in this informative session to learn how to conduct a billing risk on a clinical trial study and get a sample tool to conduct a billing risk. You will also learn how to conduct a Medicare coverage analysis and also develop an associated billing spreadsheet.
Who should attend
Clinical trial research team members, coders and billers involved with coding/billing clinical trials. Principal Investigators, individuals responsible for ensuring proper billing assignment for clinical trials, including Clinical Trials office personnel
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
- Sue Dill Calloway
Gail Madison-Brown has extensive experience in healthcare compliance, revenue cycle, auditing and coding programs. She has over 25 years of experience as a Registered Nurse and many years as an attorney. She has spoken for professional healthcare organizations, as well as for state public health departments.... More Info