Reduce claims errors, prevent improper payments
Now that you've captured meaningful data from your hospital Medicare payment audits, how do you put this information to good use? This webcast seminar will focus on strategies for reducing claim errors, preventing improper payments and reporting results to your hospital leadership. Other industries have long relied on audit results to improve processes and outcomes. Today, you possess the tools to apply this same standard to your hospital claims management process. Highlights:
- How to analyze, trend and compare audit results to hospital-approved dashboard indicators
- Prevent revenue leakage by establishing a process to quantify, prioritize and report the effectiveness of proactive measures and internal controls
Report payment data variances and trends, uniformly and consistently, to hospital stakeholders
Will help you answer critical questions, such as:
- What is your financial error rate?
- What is your organization doing to show improvement over time?
- How do your audit results match up with internal standards and CMS benchmarks?
- How much revenue leakage are you preventing with proactive measures and internal controls?
- Are your audit results transparent to your executive team, governing board and patients
About our presenter
This MedLearn webcast seminar is presented by Carol Spencer, BA, RHIA, CCS, CHDA. A MedLearn senior consultant, Ms. Spencer possesses more than 20 years of experience in health information management, coding, teaching, data quality and operations. She is an accomplished teacher, author, and speaker covering subjects/topics such as MS-DRGs, ICD-9-CM coding, compliance strategies, clinical documentation improvement and RAC-preparedness. Ms. Spencer is the project lead and thought leader for MedLearnâ€™s RAC Inpatient Data Analytics program.
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