Entries by Panacea Insights

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 way. The Executive Vice President of Coding & Documentation for Panacea Healthcare Solutions laid it all out during a recent presentation titled “How to Optimize […]

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 price transparency, announced that it will make its hospital, physician and pharmacy pricing senior-level consultants available to hospitals at no cost to review and make […]

Webinar: How to Optimize Auditing Resources Using Automation

As COVID continues and patient encounters increase, resources dwindle and government audits are on the increase, hospitals and physician practices need to find new ways to drive efficiency and optimize resources. Join Panacea at our complimentary webinar on Thursday, May 13 at 1 PM ET to learn how our new proprietary auditing platform can review all […]

Govind Goyal, formerly of Waystar, joins Panacea Healthcare Solutions as Executive Vice President, Financial and Revenue Integrity Services

St. Paul, MN – Panacea Healthcare Solutions, Inc., a company specializing in healthcare coding compliance, revenue integrity and pricing software and consulting services, announced today that Govind Goyal, formerly with Waystar, has joined its executive leadership team as Executive Vice President, Financial Services and Revenue Integrity. Govind will lead a team of financial and revenue […]

New Modifiers: Hospital Outpatient Billing for Injectable Self-Administered Drugs

Do you and your team have a good process to readily identify and bill appropriately for self-administered drugs? The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has had a longstanding policy excluding self-administered drugs (SADs) under the outpatient Part B benefit. Oral drugs, suppositories, and topical medications, for example, are easy enough to identify as […]

What’s on Your 2021 OIG Compliance Greatest Hits List?

Compliance plans are critical to making sure your organization is mitigating risk. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) recommends that you audit a minimum of 10 professional encounters per year, per physician – but if you’re not going above and beyond that by performing focused audits, you’re […]