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WEBINAR: Rural and Community Health Clinicians & Managers: What you need to know about Clinical Documentation, Coding, and Billing

 This one-hour course describes what clinical providers and facility management need to know about their clinical documentation, professional coding, and medical billing processes.  Sample action items are given and discussed in order to thoroughly understand the importance of establishing a proactive educational plan for various staff roles.

  • Providers who create clinical documentation (eg. MD/DO/PA/NP) and have been given some coding responsibilities with little to no previous education on what that entails,
  • Managers who hire staff, manage people and policies, supervise the coding/billing staff but have little to no education about how to speak the language of coding versus the language of billing, 
  • Coders/billers who have come from "traditional provider offices or hospitals" and are new to the unique nature of documenting, coding, and billing Medicare for the services of Rural Health Clinics (RHC) or Community Health Centers (also known as FQHCs).

Webinar instructor

Gary W. Lucas, Master of Science in Health Informatics, Certified Professional Coder, Certified Professional Coder-Instructor and Vice President of Education Operations for the ARHPC/ACHPC.

Continuing education approval

This webinar is approved for all ARHPC/ACHPC certifications and was granted approval from AAPC on February 16, 2018 pending completion of a 10-question quiz.

“Top 10” Questions to Ask to Determine the Need for Training

This high-paced course reveals areas where additional education and training may be necessary by asking many questions about the health of a RHC’s/FQHC’s operations related to medical records documentation.  Additional training and research will be necessary following this webinar session.

  1. Do you feel as though you have a full understanding of documentation, coding, and billing rules and how they may differ based on insurance type?
  2. Does each staff member truly understand the priorities and rules around people’s jobs other than their own?
  3. Do you capture 100% of your services (i.e. CPT, HCPCS-II, ICD-10-CM) regardless of whether they are reimbursed or not?
  4. Are clinical staff and management making informed decisions based on common education on EHR settings, billing staff hiring decisions, denials management, financial policies, and accounts receivable?
  5. Do you manage people or workflow processes that you do not fully understand?
  6. Do you generate maximum legal revenue from all payers?
  7. Do your documentation practices impact optimum coordination of care?
  8. Are you satisfied with your EHRs “auto-code” features?
  9. Do you report accurate quality data for the movement towards new value-based care?
  10. Do your patients ever receive a full listing of what services were performed (CPT, HCPCS-II) and why (ICD-10-CM) regardless of their insurer or ability to pay?

“Top 10” items covered:

  1. How Medicare, Medicaid, third party commercial, self-pay patient’s billing rules differ,
  2. How all patient’s clinical documentation and professional coding rules are essentially the same,
  3. Delineation of who is responsible and/or accountable for various workflow processes including the clinical documentation creation, professional coding and data extraction, and the external billing and reporting of our services,
  4.  2018 coding and billing updates related to ICD-10-CM, Behavioral Health Integration Services, and Care Coordination Services.
  5. How each of the HIPAA-approved code sets are created, maintained, and updated,
  6. Key areas of focus related to proper application of reporting problem-oriented visits versus preventive medicine services,
  7. When a RHC/FQHC is able to generate more than one per diem payment from Medicare and other payers,
  8. Key lessons learned from the ICD-10-CM implementation and general review of the ICD-10 Cooperating Parties’ “Official Guidelines for Coding & Reporting,”
  9. What changed with the transition to ICD-10-CM and what did not change,
  10. Review of the 2 main CMS claims and benefits manual chapters related to proper RHC/FQHC billing to Medicare.

Benefits of this webinar

In order to have a full grasp on documentation requirements, all clinical staff should have knowledge of which rules apply, where they are written, how often they could be updated, and why different carriers may have different interpretations.  Managers can have more detailed knowledge of what everybody is doing in order to make better key hiring decisions, IT purchases, policy creation and updates, and reach their facility’s mission and financial goals.

Bottom line, a well-informed team working together from a shared foundation of knowledge will have a better chance of meeting their goals.

Date/Time:  On-Demand - You will have access immediately after enrollment

Where: Online Webinar 

Price: $29.99

CEU’s:  1 CEU Approved by AAPC and ARHPC *If more than 1 person needs CEU’s they will need to register individually)

  • Once you sign up and complete your registration here, you will be provided with how to access the on demand webinar via a separate email.
  •  Please be sure to use the same First/Last Name that you used here when signing up. Only the person registered will be able to earn AAPC/ARHPC CEUs however multiple people are welcome to listen in.

If more than one person needs CEUs:

1 - (Preferred) Have each person register and pay individually, or...

2 - If one person wants to pay and register multiple people at once - be sure to select multiple items before checking out of your Shopping Cart and enter the names and emails of each person needing CEUs in the "Additional Customer Information" area when completing the registration information.

3 - We will manually send the access links to all extra users before the webinar who have paid and the CEUs will be sent once the 10 question quiz is taken

 

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