Lehi Utah, May 10, 2018 Panacea announced today that their Hospital Zero-Base Pricing® system will align with the proposed IPPS rules for FY 2019 released by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The proposed rules issued by CMS on April 24 require healthcare organizations to publish their “standard charges” online by January 1, […]
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In recent decades, the healthcare industry has become increasingly complicated, and with the rapid advancements in technology and the increasing regulatory burden, it promises to only become more difficult to navigate.
We had a great time at HCCA’s Compliance Institute conference in Las Vegas and enjoyed meeting everyone. It’s always so exciting to see all of the strategies and methods professionals across the healthcare industry are using to accomplish their diverse goals.
Lehi, Utah, April 20, 2018 – In response to recent initiatives from United Health, Anthem and other Payers, Panacea announced a service for providers to proactively identify their financial risk.
In 1992, CPT coding options for interventional radiology (IR) procedures underwent a seismic shift in “how” to code. Gone was the old method of complete procedure codes (a one-size-fits-all code); the new method added separate options to describe “what was done” and “where or how you did it.”
A large multi-institutional healthcare delivery system wanted to develop a charge capture program that would help all their hospitals ensure appropriate reimbursements. The solutions they considered didn’t cut it—until they found CLAIMSauditor.
Changes in reimbursement policies, laws, and regulatory oversight are forcing healthcare organizations to respond to increased regulatory scrutiny and audits. Medicare audits have increased 936 percent in the last five years alone, according to Becker’s Hospital CFO, and ad hoc inpatient audits are no longer enough of a defensive strategy.
Panacea to show attendees of the HCCA Compliance Institute, April 7 -10 in Boston, how they can analyze patient-level claims and payment data to proactively uncover risks or opportunities related to coding, compliance or revenue.
Total number of code changes are ICD-10-CM are 473. 279 new codes, 143 revised codes and 51 deactivated codes.