Watch the complimentary 90-minute training session hosted by First Healthcare Compliance to hear Panacea’s experts review the 2023 E&M documentation guidelines and requirements and provide examples on how to improve your internal documentation processes to ensure appropriate reimbursement and avoid compliance issues.
The No Surprises Act provisions require that uninsured/self-pay good faith estimates include the primary service and an associated list of line item “expected charges.” Join Panacea’s finance experts as they cover best practices for identifying and listing all expected charges for each item and service furnished during an encounter, as well as best approaches for constructing an all-inclusive uninsured/self-pay good faith estimate, in this complimentary on-demand webinar.
Join us on Thursday, August 11 at 10am PT | 1pm ET to find out how you can leverage data mining to proactively uncover compliance risks and revenue opportunities to identify areas of improvement in coding and documentation.
With two-year’s worth of Medicare claims data now available under the ICD-10 coding guidelines, we no longer need to guess about the impact of the new coding and documentation requirements […]
The push for health care price transparency is nothing new and can be traced back almost 20 years. When CMS released their proposed 2019 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) rules […]