Work plans from the HHS Office of Inspector General are a vital tool for designing, coding and reimbursement processes that keep your health care organization compliant and profitable. A thorough understanding of the OIG’s priorities not only clues you in to hot spots for Medicare and Medicaid -- it also gives you insight into what private payers will be watching for.
But slogging through the OIG’s Work Plans is no walk in the park. The FY 2008 plan is 111 pages of government mumbo jumbo. Plus, to use the work plans effectively, you must understand trends over the last 5 years. That’s hundreds of pages of reading -- and lots of analysis. So let Duane C. Abbey, PhD, CFP, help translate that into plain English and into best practices for your facility.
In part 2 of this 2-part series, you’ll get the inside scoop on:
Who should attend: Chargemaster coordinators, billing and claims generation personnel, compliance personnel, healthcare auditors, patient financial management personnel, cost accounting personnel, cost report personnel, financial analysts, managed care contract personnel, revenue enhancement personnel, chief financial officers, chief compliance officers, financial planners, and all other hospital personnel interested in compliance issues.
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Duane C. Abbey, Ph.D. is a management consultant and president of Abbey & Abbey, Consultants, Inc., which specializes in healthcare consulting and related areas. Duane earned his graduate degrees at the University of Notre Dame and Iowa State University and has more than 20 years of experience as a consultant. He performs various types of financial analysis involving business structuring, organizational development, enrollment and other financially related concerns of organizations....
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