Stephen Bittenger, Esq., to lead the presentation How Not to Be Accused of Health Care Fraud in 2020 at the Virtual Healthcare Compliance Symposium on April 23rd.
Markus P. Cicka, J.D., LL.M. (Health Law) owner of the Law Office of Markus P. Cicka, LLC, presented the webinar Making Your Referral Sources Legal. Here, Markus joins us on our blog concerning Billing for Chronic Care Management: What are the Problematic Issues?
Sarah Reiter, MIPS expert, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships with Health eFilings presented the webinar “How to Manage the Challenges of MIPS Reporting” recently and a recording can now be found on our YouTube Channel. Sarah returned with this helpful blog on the importance of the correct reporting methodology as the year comes to a
Courtney Tito, Esq., Member of McDonald Hopkins, LLC presented the webinar “Payor Disputes and Audits: Observations & Strategies” recently and a recording can now be found on our YouTube Channel. Courtney returned to answer many commonly asked questions on our blog. Can you provide a brief overview of the Medicare appeals process for overpayment demands?
Reid Kiser is the founder and president of Kiser Healthcare Solutions, LLC presented the webinar “Understanding the Healthcare Quality Measurement Data Landscape: "Data is the New Oil” recently and a recording can now be found on our YouTube Channel. Reid returned to answer many commonly asked questions on our blog. Why is quality and quality
Do you know a physician who needs a vacation? Find a coverage solution with fee-for-time compensation arrangements Physicians report a high rate of burnout, so it’s especially important to overcome scheduling challenges and prioritize vacations. In other professions taking a much -needed break might be achieved by simply creating an e-mail autoresponder. However, physicians
Even though the largest healthcare fraud takedown in history occurred in July, 2017, QPP, MACRA, MIPS and APMs continue to dominate the compliance conversation. Confusion and discontent are present as providers and managers struggle to make decisions regarding their approach to regulations that will determine the amount of their future Medicare reimbursements. Results of a
Over the last several decades, the number of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and Rural Health Clinics (RHC) have been on the rise, due in part to the growing Medicare population and increasing reimbursement. Latest statistics show there are over 1200 FQHCs that meet grant requirements and over 4000 Medicare-certified RHCs in the US and
Medicare Advantage (MA) plans may be doing just what the name says- taking advantage of Medicare. It is highly unlikely that this was the intention in 2003 when MA plans were created by nongovernment entities using a capitated managed care reimbursement approach. The amount of Medicare reimbursement to the MA plan is fixed and calculated
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is responsible for protecting the integrity of the programs in Health and Human Services against fraud, waste and abuse as well as recommending improvements to the system that would promote efficiency and efficacy within the limits of the health care laws. Although OIG oversight includes programs such as