Compliance Update- Key Physician Targets To Prepare For In 2014

The OIG has pushed back the release of the FY 2014 OIG work plan from October 2013 to January 2014, but that doesn't mean we can wait with our audit plan

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) 2014 Work Plan will be released in January 2014 — which means you’ve got another year of hot button issues to tackle. That means you need to be aware of and understand the physician targets the OIG outlines.

The bottom line is CMS error rates remain high, and scrutiny is intensifying. You need to be vigilant about minimizing your audit risk. Find out how you can be better prepared for the RACs, and why the OIG continues to focus on high level E/M services.

In this important medical compliance conference, you’ll learn what you must know about compliance, reduced payments, as well as ensuring correct coding and payment the first time around. Expert presenter, Elin Baklid-Kunz, MBA, CHC, CPC, CCS, will provide you with the OIG 2014 Work Plan for physician as well as a list of must-have physician resources for medical coding compliance.

Ensure medical compliance as this conference will help you:

  • Get the compliance update and underline these key physician targets to prepare for in 2014
  • Review the OIG Work Plan for Physicians
  • Understand the increased OIG focus on high-level E/M services
  • Highlight these E/M risk areas, including EHRs and cloning.
  • Adopt these strategies and best practices to minimize your audit risk.
  • Take away expert documentation tips to ensure correct coding.
  • Make use of these must-have compliance resources.

Who should attend? Coding professionals, billing specialist, practice managers, HIM directors, medical compliance officers, case managers and, physicians

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