A series of three webinars!
Hospice reimbursement is driven by excellent care, documentation, and a billing staff that can make it happen. Is your hospice billing staff current on Medicare billing regulations? This three-part series will lay a solid foundation for hospice staff that need to understand Medicare regulations, including eligibility verifications, field-by-field detail on Notice of Election and claim forms, and billing requirement changes.
This series will review regulations for billing all hospice services, face-to-face encounters, and home health care while a patient is on hospice. The aggregate cap self-report, palliative care billing, and the latest HIS updates and transmission requirements will be emphasized. If you are part of hospice revenue-cycle management, this webinar series is a must!
You may register for the entire series or individual sessions.
- Eligibility Requirements & Notice of Election
- Details of Medicare Claims Processing
- Face-to-Face, Hospice Cap & Palliative Care
Session Dates & Descriptions
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Eligibility Requirements & Notice of Election
Eligibility verification requirements are at the core of reimbursement. This session will examine eligibility verifications and Notice of Election requirements under recent regulatory time limits. It will walk through the Late Notice of Election and the exceptions process of appeal.
Thursday, August 15, 2019
Details of Medicare Claims Processing
Recent years have brought many updates to Medicare billing regulations. This webinar will review the hospice-related changes step-by-step and provide examples of how agencies have successfully dealt with the changes and are effectively conducting physician billing. Frequent claims challenges will also be addressed.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Face-to-Face, Hospice Cap & Palliative Care
Face-to-face requirements, physician billing, and the aggregate cap self-reporting requirement are a few of the daily reimbursement-related challenges faced by hospices. This webinar will address those issues and will also include a review of specific physician billing codes for palliative care, the current HIS transmission requirements, and how noncompliance affects reimbursement.