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Collection Techniques for Anesthesia Practices. Speaker Kelly Dennis, MBA, ACS-AN, CANPC, CHCA, CPC, CPC-I , will take this informative session on Tuesday, July 23, 2013. Here are a few topics covered in the session:

Discuss background and reasons for difficulty in collecting

Understand claim denials and how to complain when insurance companies deny or mishandle claims sent “clean”

Review appeals process

Preview anesthesia web sites with patient payment ability

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Common Audit Triggers That Make Physicians Vulnerable. Dorothy D. Steed, CPC-H-I, CHCC, CPUM, CPUR, ACS-OP, CCS-P, RCC, RMC, CPC-E/M, CPC-FP, CPAR , will take this event on Wednesday, July 24, 2013. Here are a few topics covered in the session:

Look at the claim from the payer prospective.  Does it make sense as submitted?

Does the E &M code seem reasonable based on diagnosis code(s) reported?

Watch using unspecified codes

Schedule periodic in-house audits using random samples on each provider

Track areas of weakness and implement educational feedback targeting improvement processes

Consider outside audit at least annually

Implement quality measures in your billing/coding process

Maintain a low profile.  Do not engage in creative billing practices

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Clinical Documentation Improvement. Expert Dorothy D. Steed, CPC-H-I, CHCC, CPUM, CPUR, ACS-OP, CCS-P, RCC, RMC, CPC-E/M, CPC-FP, CPAR, will take this session on Thursday, July 25, 2013. This session will help you:

Determine the significance of abnormal lab results.

Show you how your documentation must reflect the correct measurement of lesions, when taken and inclusion of margins.

Highlight start and stop times as well as the methodology for infusions. You’ll likely uncover discrepancies in billing.

Here’s how your diagnostic testing and medications should be supported.

Clarify the depth of wounds and cause.

Include the severity of illness.

Ask, was the diagnosis present on admission?

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