February 20, 2019 11:00am MT
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Who's got the bill? We will follow your bill, or claim, from origination data from your patient in the office or clinic, as it starts on its path to the clearinghouse, then to the payer, through the edits, payment - or not! - and back to the patient. Expect lively discussion as we learn about the pitfalls and helpful tips to make the road less rough. You will hear and see information about specific payer policy as well as other events that throw up obstacles for us all.
Who would benefit from this topic?
Anyone involved in the revenue cycle process, from patient registration to the CFO.
How would this benefit the individual and/or their company?
A clear understanding of the claims process, from patient to payer, will help assure a clean claim with fewer denials.
What information or new skills will the attendee take away from this webinar?
The attendee will see and understand how each component of claims information (patient, provider, clearinghouse and payer) impacts the claim (or bill) and how their role can affect how their claim is paid.
Why is the presenter the expert on this topic?
Linda brings 40 years of coding and billing experience in a variety of practices and facility revenue cycle management to the table.
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