This webcast will demonstrate how your facility will benefit from the value of an end-to-end claims audit tracking and analysis systems. You will learn how such a system can increase your facility's compliance while reducing errors, and — most importantly — allow your hospital to protect its reimbursements. And now during this current period of reduced auditing activity by recovery auditors (RAs) and other external auditors, you can improve your audit management activities while benefitting from a new tracking system — one that will identify process and program improvement before the RAs return to audit Medicare claims.
From the webcast you will...
- Understand the complexity of tracking both claims audit data, activities and outcomes
- Learn how centralizing this data facilitates coordination among compliance, HIM, patient financial services departments
- Be able to identify methods to support different kinds of reporting and analysis required by different stakeholders in the process
- Learn how your team can utilize the time of reduced RA activity to implement process and program improvements
- Discover how to efficiently research audit findings to validate results and support the appeal process when appropriate
Who Should Attend
- Revenue Cycle Leadership
- Audit Managers
- Patient Financial Services Managers/Directors
- HIM Managers/Directors
- Compliance Professionals
- Compliance Managers/Directors
- Audit Managers
About the Presenters
Melvin C. Erickson, BS, has worked in hospital administration for 35 years, most recently as chief compliance officer. In this role, Mr. Erickson has established and managed new programs made necessary in order to respond to government regulations and requirements. These efforts have included cost accounting and analytics, accreditation compliance, safety management, 340B management and corporate compliance.
Christina Panos, RHIA, CTR, is the customer success manager at Wolters Kluwer. Christina has more than 25 years of experience in hospital revenue cycle. She has held revenue cycle leadership roles throughout her career and consults nationally. Prior to Wolters Kluwer, she served as director of patient financial services in a multi-hospital system with direct oversight of charge description masters and charge capture initiatives.