Do they want you to do what you have already done? Or would they like something more comprehensive such as auditing the encounter forms against the billed charges, etc. Would they like you to identify what was reimbursed vs. what was denied? Why it was denied? Are any of the denials disputable? Do you have a contract that requires you to "write off" the charges or can they be billed to the patient? If so were they written off or billed to the patient. Just some thoughts on the possible depth of a "billing auditâ€ť But before I went too far, I'd check to see what the employer would like from you. They may not really have an idea of what could be included and would appreciate your suggestions. Good luck with your new position and have a great 2009.
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