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Auditing Physician Services [electronic resource]

  • Nicoletti, Betsy
  • Greenbranch Publishing
  • 2015
Auditing Physician Services [electronic resource]
  • 자료유형
    단행본
  • 서명/저자사항
    Auditing Physician Services[electronic resource] / Betsy Nicoletti.
  • 발행사항
    [New York] : Greenbranch Publishing, 2015.
  • 개인저자
    Nicoletti, Betsy
  • 형태사항
    1 online resource.
  • 일반주제명
    Medical audit
    Medical fees
    Medicine
    Medicine
  • ISBN
    9780990724155, 9780990724162
  • 언어
    영어

초록

Take the steps to audit your practice...before the Government or Third-Party Payer does! A line-by-line update to the book including these'New'Sections for the 2nd Edition: Transitional Care Management (TCM) Chronic Care Management (CCM) EHR Cloning and Copy-Paste Over-documentation The key topics covered include a welcome amount of in-depth coding information -- topics and activities that practices perform every week. Protect your practice from governmental and third-party payer audits! This book explains complex reimbursement and coding rules and provides audit sheets for key, high-risk areas including E/M services. Today, medical practices face major risks if they don t code physician services accurately. Practices that violate the complex government regulations governing coding may face audits by the Office of the Inspector General for HHS, Recovery Audit Contractors and Medicare Administrative Contractors, and the consequences of such audits can be severe. However, physicians and their staff now have a comprehensive guide available which helps practices audit high-risk areas themselves, before payers get involved. Auditing Physician Services: Verifying Accuracy in Physicians Services and E/M Coding To Protect Medical Practices, written by nationally-renowned coding and auditing expert Betsy Nicoletti, MS, CPC, offers critical information, support and plain-English explanations of how to avoid high-risk coding behavior. Auditing Physician Services, provides clear, practical, concrete explanations of complicated coding issues and E/M guidelines, advice on auditing EMR notes, and a range of worksheets allowing physicians to conduct valid, defensible audits. The book also includes a detailed analysis of the 2015 OIG Work Plan which offers insight into how the agency selects physician practices for further review.