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Webinar: How to Streamline Compliant and Accurate Good Faith Estimates Under the No Surprises Act

Join Panacea for a one-hour webinar on Wednesday, April 13th at 1PM ET, to learn how to deliver compliant and accurate itemized expected charges for schedulable services under the No Surprises Act requirements by incorporating both itemized hospital and physician expected charges using Panacea’s sophisticated technology solution.

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Panacea to Showcase Auditing Technology at the Annual HCCA Conference

Attendees at Health Care Compliance Association’s 26th Annual Conference can visit Panacea’s virtual booth for the latest compliance resources.

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The Top 3 Compliance and Auditing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Compliance and auditing offer an opportunity for continuous improvement. Done right they help organizations better serve patients, mitigate risk and exposure, and improve reimbursement and revenue. But what constitutes doing it right? Kathy Pride, Executive Vice President of Coding and Documentation at Panacea discusses the three most common mistakes in this article.

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Case Study: Achieve Significant Efficiencies through a Comprehensive Audit Program to Ensure Compliant Coding and Optimal Reimbursement

A large, multi-specialty practice with more than 1,000 physicians and allied health professionals has been able to achieve significant efficiencies by consolidating a number of core administrative activities, particularly billing, reimbursement, and other financial operations.

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Evaluation and Management (E&M) Split (or Shared) Visits – 2022 Summary of Changes

The 2022 Final Rule defines split (or shared) visits as evaluation and management (E&M) visits in the facility setting that are performed in part by both the physician and a non-physician practitioner (NPP) who are in the same group, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

Panacea Provides Innovative Chargemaster, Transparent Pricing, Auditing, Compliance and Revenue Integrity Solutions

Editor’s Note: The following was originally featured as a spotlight article in the HFM magazine. Panacea leaders sat down with HFMA to discuss the various challenges in the healthcare industry […]

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Is Automation the Answer in Auditing?

Ask Kathy Pride, and she’ll tell you: there are two ways for healthcare providers to perform proactive auditing of their claims. There’s the old way – and there’s the better […]

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Is Your Staff Struggling with How to Bill Lab Services? 4 Steps to Better Results

As laboratory services are one of the highest revenue-producing departments in most health systems, it’s incredibly important to bill these services correctly. However, it’s also an area fraught with lots of guidelines and restrictions—and with many staff members throughout the hospital system working laboratory accounts, there is a high risk of errors and inconsistencies. This is a situation we’ve seen and helped correct in health systems nationwide.

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CMS Dramatically Increases Penalties for Price Transparency Non-Compliance – Panacea Responds with a No-Cost Consultation

ST. PAUL, MN – With the dramatic increase in civil penalties announced by the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Panacea Healthcare Solutions, Inc., the leading experts in hospital […]

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Document Your Leftovers: The JW Modifier and How to Use It

On Jan. 1, 2017, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) began requiring the use of the JW modifier. The JW modifier is appended […]