How to Perform a Successful Chart Audit
- Broadcast: Sep 9, 2010 at 1:00PM
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- On Demand available: Sep 9, 2010 at 4:00PM MDT *(Post-Event Recording)
- Author: Deborah Grider, COC, CPC, CPC-P, CPMA, CPC-I, CEMC
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Every medical practice should perform chart auditing a minimum of at least once a year. Effective medical record chart auditing requires an understanding of the basic principles. This workshop session will cover the key elements of medical chart auditing—from validating examination, decision-making, surgical documentation and other services for every patient chart to reporting and initiating corrective action plans. Don’t find your practice in the middle of a payer audit feeling unprepared and vulnerable. Develop the skills necessary to completely and accurately review and validate medical services from a compliance perspective.
Please note: This is a very interactive workshop involving hands-on audit exercises and will require you bring your core coding books (CPT®, ICD-9-CM, HCPCS Level II).
This Workshop Will Help You:
- Outline the process for correctly assessing medical necessity
- Evaluate the key elements of other types of audits, including surgical and ancillary services
- Design an auditing report and/or corrective action plan based on results
- Apply chart auditing hands-on skills working with multiple case studies
Register to Access this On Demand Event
- Get access to the author-recorded webinar broadcast
- Includes electronic workbook, downloadable mp3, ipod/iphone video, and presentation slides
- Learn at your own pace with the ability to pause, rewind, etc.
*On demand and virtual workshops are for single person use only and may not be rebroadcast,
retransmitted, shared or disseminated. A computer with a high speed Internet connection
and speakers (or headphones) is recommended to connect to the event.
About The Author
CPC®, CPC-H®, CPC-P®, CPC-I®, CEMC™, COBGC™
Deborah has been involved in health care for 30 years and speaks nationally across the country in relation to compliance, coding, and reimbursement. She has worked with many physicians nationally on coding, reimbursement, compliance and regulatory issues across many specialties. Deborah has specialized in medical chart audits among many specialties as well as practice management and coding consulting. Deborah is the Past President of the AAPC National Advisory Board. Deborah is certified by AAPC as well as the American Health Information Management Association, and a past CPT Editorial Panel Member representing AAPC.