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Compliance and Revenue Integrity – A Revenue Cycle Blueprint
November 5, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm$75 – $125
The training will be broken into two sections Coding and Documentation and Billing.
The Coding and Documentation session will focus on telehealth and the documentation requirements during the pandemic, in addition to the E&M changes effective January 2021. The presentation will include case studies.
The Billing presentation will complement the coding and documentation presentation in addition to covering topics such as the top 5 denials related to compliance, COVID-19 vaccine denials, recurring denials and payer credentialing.
By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:
• Telehealth documentation requirements- when it is and isn’t a PPS billable visit.
• Enhance the payer credentialing process
• Improve health centers denial rate
John Folger, Manager, Wipfli
Jessica Temple, BS, RHIT, CPC, Director Client Services, The MedCor Group, Inc.
Aiyana Cook, CPC, CPMA, CRC, Consultant, Wipfli LLP
Chelci Schroeder, MSW, Chief Administrative Officer, The MedCor Group Inc
CCALAC Member & Affiliate Cost: $75, Non-Member Cost: $125
This course is part of a Compliance Series. Enter code COMPLIANCE2021 at registration to receive a 15% discount on space in two or more of the courses. Email email@example.com for information on group discounts.
Other courses in the compliance series:
- Compliance Series: After the V-OSV – What’s Next? (Post V-OSV: Responding to Findings & Continuous Compliance), October 27- More Information – Register Now!
- Compliance Series: Minimizing Risks through Human Resource Best Practices, November 30- More Information – Register Now
- Compliance Series: Acing the Board’s Participation in the Operational Site Visit (Virtual or In-person), January 18- More Information – Register Now
Compliance and Revenue Integrity – A Revenue Cycle Blueprint Instructor Biographies:
John Folger is a manager in Wipfli LLP’s healthcare consulting practice. Focusing his work in the health information management practice since 2013, he is a certified coding specialist and performs coding assessments for various healthcare entities, ensuring optimal outcomes. John is also adept at teaching and training and leverages his industry experience to help clients achieve success.
Jessica Temple oversees Revenue Cycle Management billing processes assessment, onboarding services, and product implementation. Jessica is instrumental in the onboarding of new clients and client account management. In addition to her strong 15 years of FQHC RCM background, her value add expertise is in client advocacy and staff education. Jessica has her BS from DeVry and a coveted CPC credential.
Aiyana Cook is a Revenue Cycle consultant with over 5 years of experience in healthcare. She is attuned to the needs of various types of clients, from private medical practices to larger healthcare systems. She conducts coding audits as well as risk analysis assessments. In addition, Aiyana provides clients with tailored education to improve coding accuracy and ensure compliance. Clients appreciate her tailored individual approach to help them overcome challenges with coding and documentation and meet their revenue cycle goals.
Chelci Schroeder brings a strong background in strategic healthcare management experience in FQHC and Non Profit administration, directing healthcare initiatives for vulnerable populations, management, healthcare marketing, and communications. She previously ran medical group clinic operations for Hurtt Family Medical clinics in Tustin, California, leading the day to day medical group clinic and administrative operations for 4 locations. Schroeder is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Azusa Pacific University with a Masters in Social Work, Community Practice and Partnerships. She is also a candidate as a Fellow in the American Academy of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). Active in community outreach, Schroeder is involved in many local and national grassroots programs that engage in political advocacy support.