Webinar – Don’t Slip Up and Make Critical HCC Coding Errors (Understand Lessons Learned from an HCC Audit Case Study)

October 17, 2017 Phil C. Solomon

Join Us for This Special One of a Kind Webinar. Learn Inside Secrets from a Vendor Who Codes Over 2 Million Charts Per Month

Date – November 2, 2017, 2:00 to 3:00 pm EDT

Register  today:                  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3633988570364620289

Learn about how to stay in compliance and maximize reimbursements – Medicare Advantage makes up 31 percent of total Medicare spending, serves over 17 million enrollees and it is expected to double in size by 2024. The average monthly premium for a Medicare Advantage plan will decrease while enrollment in Medicare Advantage is projected to reach a new all-time high in 2018.

These changes, plus the overall complexity of the program further complicate HCC coding. Why wait until year end to review your HCCs? Learn the secrets MiraMed uses to catch coding errors, maintain compliance and improve revenue capture.

You will learn:

  • What’s happening in healthcare today
  • The type and specialty of the organization
  • The scope of HCC audit project, why there was a need for the external HCC audit and coding work.
  • The client’s baseline prior to HCC audit
  • The findings of coding and HCC audit
  • The impact to the organization

Presenters:

Amber Broadwater – MBA, RHIA, LHRM, ICD-10 Trainer – Vice President of Client Services, Coding Division at MiraMed Global Services.

Phil C. Solomon – Vice President of Marketing Strategy and Thought Leadership at MiraMed Global Services and Publisher of Revenue Cycle News Blog.

Save Your Spot – Register today: 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3633988570364620289

For more information, contact Phil Solomon at phil.solomon@miramedgs.com

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