It is well-known that the government is intensifying its efforts to crack down on medical fraud and abuse. Monitoring tools should be developed and put in place to track and audit the coding and billing aspects of the practice. Audits should be performed on a regular basis and made a part of the practice’s compliance program. Days spent managing denials will not correct the problem; instead, you need to prevent denials or audits from happening in the first place. Every time a person touches a claim, there is a monetary cost to your organization.
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Attendees of the Rheumatology Documentation and Coding Workshop will gain the tools needed to influence the necessary changes to minimize audit risk and ensure your practice optimizes revenue with specific tools, tips and guidance. Don’t miss the opportunity to connect, learn and engage at this year’s coding and billing roundtable to get your practice-specific questions answered by your peers.
This year’s State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium is geared toward empowering rheumatologists, fellows-intraining, rheumatology professionals, practice administrators and ancillary staff to improve productivity and proficiency in the practice.
To learn more visit https://www.rheumatology.org/Learning-Center/Educational-Activities/View/ID/946, or contact the ACR practice management department via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.