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Important: Conduct a Regulatory Audit Before It's Too Late



 
The Medicare Recovery Auditors (RAs) are poised to spring into action issuing a flurry of Additional Documentation Requests (ADRs). So now's the time and this webcast is the place for you to learn how to identify your potential issues to avoid the pain of being recouped by the RAs.

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The Medicare Recovery Auditors (RAs) are poised to spring into action issuing a flurry of Additional Documentation Requests (ADRs). In fact, some Quality Improvement Organizations (QIOs) have started referring facilities to the RAs. So the pressure is on. And now's the time and this webcast is the place for you to learn how to identify your potential issues to avoid the pain of being recouped by the RAs. This crucially important webcast will focus on inpatient and outpatient coding, and problematic charging issues that have been a focus by regulatory agencies and are now in the Office of the Inspector General's Work Plan.

And, you learn the all-important best practice for conducting an audit and responding to a regulatory audit request.

By attending this webcast you'll see how your compliance plan can be adapted to include these new coding and charging topics or how you can use this information to investigate your facility to see how its doing in the event of an audit.

Compliance with coding and charging guidelines is always a relevant especially when facilities are struggling to maintain good cash flow. And compliance is the right thing to do.

Learning Objectives
From this time-sensitive webcast Laurie Johnson will help you...

  • Learn best practices in conducting or responding to an audit request
  • Identify current audit targets
  • Review current charging concerns
  • Discuss potential audit focus for 2017