We’ve summarized the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and American Medical Association (AMA) payment and coding updates being implemented October 1, 2019. The updates should be reviewed for possible implementation in your hospital chargemaster and/or reviewed by applicable coding and billing staff.
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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.
Panacea experts will be presenting at the AHIMA19 Health Data and Information Conference Sept 15 -18 on how health systems can use national CC/MCC and case mix index trends to improve their audit and education initiatives.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—August 27, 2019—Panacea, a Career Step company and leading provider of mid-revenue cycle management, innovative software and enterprise-level educational solutions, is proud to announce a one-day event, Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology Workshop: Unraveling the Coding and Documentation Quagmire, that will feature Panacea’s expert team with actionable information on correct and compliant code assignment […]
On August 2, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule that was intended to empower patients through better access to hospital price information. Current laws already required hospitals to make public a list of their standard charges, but the new requirement which became effective on January 1, 2019, required hospitals to publish a list of all charges in machine readable format via the internet, in an XML or CSV format. The final rule also required providers to update their posted charges no less than one time per year.
Learn a new holistic approach to physician auditing using technology, expertise, and education. With a predictive analyzer tool, you can identify incidents and patterns of potential billing and coding as well as opportunities where under-coding of services may be taking place. The results will drive meaningful focused audits and provider specific education.
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We’ve summarized the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the American Medical Association (AMA) payment and coding updates that went into effect on July 1, 2019. Below is the list of changes and recommendations for possible implementation in the chargemaster, including what your billing and coding staff should know.
In today’s environment of increasing regulatory oversight and ever-changing reimbursement policies, compliance must be more than a checkbox. Though an annual compliance and audit plan is not legally mandated, there are few healthcare organizations that don’t have compliance on their radars. However, if your compliance focus is simply to check a box, you’re missing out.
Panacea announces that new services will be offered in conjunction with its proven Hospital Zero-Base Pricing system to help clients better meet the CMS pricing transparency requirements.