Audit your own incident- to billing, or else the feds will!
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) released its Work Plan for 2012 recently, with heightened scrutiny on incident-to billing by Non physician practitioners among its new and recurring goals.
Non physician practitioners are a valuable part of any physician practice, but unless you are following the rules you may be triggering audits. Many of the recent overpayments and audits involve allegations of improper billing for incident-to services and some carriers are auditing physicians who are reporting services for more than 24 hours of service in a calendar day to substantiate the hours billed and the number of patients seen. And incident-to is back on the 2012 OIG Work.
Join expert coder Elin Baklid Kunz in this 60 minutes conference and learn how to correctly report these services and bring home audit tools to assess your compliance.
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Who should attend? Coding professionals, billing specialist, practice managers, HIM directors, compliance officers, case managers and, physicians
- Jim Sheldon-Dean,
- Jill M. Young, CPC, CEDC, CIMC
- Jugna Shah and Valerie A. Rinkle, MPH, MPA
- Stanley Nachimson,
- Thomas J. Force, Esq.
- Joseph Wolfe,
Kunz is a national speaker and published author on topics related to medical practice compliance, coding, reimbursement, chart audits and federal regulations. Her twenty years of healthcare experience includes six years as Director of Physician Services for a large health system, seven years in corporate finance and four years in compliance. She presents workshops for the American Academy of Professional Coders and delivers keynote presentations for Eli Research...
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