Audits are not going away anytime soon. There is more pressure than ever for payers, including government and private insurers, to keep healthcare costs in control, and to avoid wasteful overpayments that should not happen in the first place. If you do have to deal with a practice audit, you need to know how to respond effectively and efficiently.
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At the Annual Meeting, you will also be able to talk to experts about how to avoid presenting red flags that may attract an audit. We can show you some common pitfalls in improper coding and billing, and help you analyze your internal systems so they are in line with others in rheumatology. You can learn more about how your practice may be vulnerable to Comprehensive Error Rate Testing (CERT), a risk-assessment tool developed to spot improper reimbursement payments to physicians.
Practice management will be a strong focus at this year’s ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting. Join us in San Francisco to prepare yourself for the healthcare landscape of 2015 and beyond.
For more information about the 2015 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting, visit acrannualmeeting.org.