Feeling overwhelmed by the complexity of the revenue cycle management process? This webinar will help you identify the most important measures affecting practice revenue, will explain how to make improvements to improve cash flow, as well as how to save your staff time.
Creating scorecards to eliminate issues that are preventing payments
Identifying and improving processes that improve revenue
Organizing staff to monitor and improve the financial process
Avoiding the pitfalls of uncompensated care
Teaching & training to get results
About Stephanie Cremeans: Stephanie has served in various roles in the medical billing and coding field including Revenue Cycle Manager, Consultant, Auditor, Biller and Coder. Stephanie has a passion for educating providers, coders, and billers on how to maximize revenue through proper documentation and effective workflows. She has worked with several specialties including family medicine, cardiology, physiatry, urgent care, GI, pediatrics, OB/GYN, and behavioral health.
Reserve your place for a webinar that will inform you on how to increase your revenue with a proper medical billing verification strategy.
With increased patient financial responsibility, it’s extremely important to proactively check your patients’ benefits coverage and provide payment estimates to avoid any unexpected costs. By enhancing your medical billing verification strategy and providing patient financial transparency upfront, it increases the likelihood that you’ll rake in more revenuethis season.
Join EZClaim and TriZetto Provider Solutions, a Cognizant Company, for a webinar on Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 1 p.m. ET, to discover strategies your practice can catch falling revenue through seamless integration and automation.
During This Webinar We Will Discuss:
• Patient Responsibility Estimation: Quickly obtain patient financial estimates at the point of service to help increase patient revenue, decrease billing costs, and improve patient satisfaction through price transparency.
• Integrated Eligibility: Connect to payers through a single application to get the most up-to-date information on patient coverage, co-pays, deductibles, and more. Proactively verify patient eligibility, for up to 50 patients at a time directly from your EZClaim Premier program.
• Insurance Eligibility Discovery: Submit a real-time eligibility request using minimal data and identify a patient’s insurance carrier in a matter of seconds. Maintain groups of your common payers and easily locate active patients and full eligibility benefits on our website.
EZCLAIM: EZClaim is a medical billing and scheduling software company that provides best-in-class customer service and support. To learn more, e-mail them at email@example.com or call a representative today at 877.650.0904.
TRIZETTO: TriZetto combines innovative, proven products with an exacting commitment to serving our customers, in order to provide you with the tools you need to effectively manage your reimbursement cycle.
Join this MIPS Reporting Webinar to be sure you are up to speed on the latest updates and changes.
Now that the MIPS (Merit-based Incentive Payment System) submission period is drawing to a close, join our partner, Alpha II, as they review the updates and changes for MIPS reporting in 2020. This session will discuss important program updates for 2020 reporting including:
A recent medical billing webinar on Telehealth that EZclaim hosted is now available to review.
On April 30th, EZClaim hosted a Telehealth Updates Webinar for our clients with guest speaker Sandy Giangreco Brown – Director of Coding and Revenue Integrity Health Care at CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP
We had one of the largest viewing audiences 101 active attendees in the session. Sandy shared informative billing codes and direct links to update hands-on information for billers actively coding Telehealth sessions. For those of you who missed it, we have provided on our website the recorded sessionezclaim.com/webinars and can provide the presentation slides too! Just send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org
We continue to get views of this presentation and look forward to hosting more hot topics with the CLA Team.
With the onset of COVID-19 came a great opportunity for clinics and hospitals to offer Telehealth and Communication Technology Based (CTSB) services. The Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, or CMS, have provided many updates to the available services that can be provided and billed to the patients to help practices not only stay afloat financially but also and most importantly, to keep their staff safe and provide excellent care to their patients!
There were new guidelines released even after this webinar on 4/30/2020 (which can be found here – https://www.cms.gov/files/document/se20016.pdf, and now includes audio-only Telehealth for services such as psychotherapy, tobacco cessation and medical nutrition counseling as well as diabetes self-management training. CMS is also increasing the payments for the Audio Only services from $14-$41 nationally to $46-$110.
As of April 30, 2020, in order to bill Telehealth, RHCs are now required to bill the G2025–CG–95 from January 27, 2020, to June 30, 2020. Then from July 1, 2020, to the end of the PHE, they will be billing the G2025 with an optional 95 modifier, per CMS SE20016 Medicare Learning Network Transmittal.
FQHCs will need to report three (3) codes for their Telehealth Services:
G0467 (or other appropriate FQHC specific payment code)
99214–95 (or other FQHC PPS Qualifying Payment Code)
CLA is on the frontlines and closely monitoring and analyzing activities related to Telehealth and other virtual health regulations
As your practice adjusts to Telehealth going forward, EZclaim’s medical billing solution can help you simplify patient billing and help you get paid for Telehealth visits. (Our recent medical billing webinar on Telehealth may just help you better understand the current situation).
Join Health eFilings, the national leader in automated MIPS compliance for a free educational webinar on what you need to know about MIPS and what you can do now to optimize your score with minimal resources or time on your part.
Session Title: MIPS Compliance: What to do now to avoid penalties and maximize revenue
Overview: With the end of the 2019 MIPS Reporting Period and the start of the 2020 Reporting Period, it’s clear that the stakes have been raised yet again making it even harder to avoid significant penalties.The MIPS program is even more complex than it has been in the past, further increasing the stress, burden, and financial risk to providers like you.
Even though the 2019 Reporting Period is over, there is still an opportunity to avoid an automatic 7% penalty for non-compliance.And its never too early to learn more about MIPS and what you can do in 2020 to maximize your Medicare reimbursements.
By attending the webinar, you will learn:
How to avoid the automatic penalty for the 2019 Reporting Period
The elements of each of the four MIPS components and how they apply to you
The complexities of each category and how to navigate them to optimize your MIPS score
The importance of starting to capture the required data now to earn MIPS points for 2020
The fundamental and critical differences between reporting methodologies
Day & Time: Thursday, January 30, 2020, from 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST
Presenter: Sarah Reiter, Vice President Strategic Partnerships of Health eFilings
Presenter Bio: Sarah Reiter is the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships with Health eFilings. Health eFilings is a national leader in automated MIPS compliance and data management. Health eFilings’ proprietary, cloud-based, ONC certified software is the most effective and efficient reporting methodology as it automatically extracts, formats, benchmarks, and electronically submits quality measure data to CMS so providers avoid significant penalties and earn maximum reimbursements.
Register today for this free informative webinar to learn more about MIPS Compliance. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and/or LinkedIn to keep up with all the latest from EZClaim.
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