2020 Roadmap for Understanding Behavioral Health Audits
February 26, 2020 11:00am MT
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As more Behavioral Health and Psychiatry practices are coming under a microscope for 2020, this webinar will cover guidelines and best practices for passing an audit. We will review most problematic areas of documentation and EMR traps that can lead to inaccurate coding on claims. We will also learn how to properly merge documentation and coding to avoid any potential takebacks or recoupments.
Why is this topic important?
As the volume of audits rise in the US, it is important that Behavioral Health and Psychiatry practices protect themselves with proper guidelines for documentation and coding to pass any audit.
Who would benefit from this topic?
Behavioral Health and Psychiatry providers, office staff, billing staff, compliance staff, medical records staff
What information or new skills will the attendee take away from this webinar?
The attendee will learn best practices and guidelines on how to successfully pass an audit by learning proper documentation and coding rules.
Why is the presenter the expert on this topic?
Jamie has over 22 years of experience in the medical field, including Behavioral Health and Psychiatry, Compliance and Auditing, HEIDS, CMS guidelines, as well as being certified by the AAPC.
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