Since the clinician’s role is to provide care to patients and families at the end of life, why be concerned about a medical review audit by a Medicare contractor? Why worry about a survey? And what does any of this have to do with documentation? The answer is that payment can be denied when eligibility documentation is weak. Poor survey outcomes, as a result of incomplete documentation, puts the hospice in a reactive and defensive mode.
Join this 60-minute audio session presented by expert speaker Roseanne Berry, MSN, RN, who will address the connection between documentation and successfully surviving medical review by the various Medicare contractors (yes, there is more than your Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC), and the documentation connection to passing Medicare surveys. You'll explore the role of a hospice’s monitoring and auditing processes in improving compliance at the clinician level.
Plus, you'll learn:
Here's a look at what Roseanne will cover:
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Who should attend? QAPI directors, compliance officers, clinical managers, administrators
Roseanne Berry, MSN, RN With more than 25 years of operational, clinical and regulatory compliance leadership experience within the hospice and home care industry, Roseanne Berry, MSN, RN has a proven track record as a nursing and business professional.
In her current role as a hospice consultant and a founding partner of R&C Healthcare Solutions, and Hospice Fundamentals, Roseanne uses her in-depth expertise to provide a range of services,...
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