Case Management

Join us on the podium at the 2015 Medicare Compliance Forum!

Case Management Insider, March 10, 2015

Dear healthcare professional,

HCPro is currently seeking speakers to present at the 2015 Medicare Compliance Forum, to be held October 27–28, 2015, at the Marriott Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.
 
Is that special person you or a colleague?
 
We are seeking speakers to present on all aspects of Medicare compliance, case management, utilization review, patient status, and the revenue cycle. Hot topics from the 2014 Medicare Compliance Forum include:
  • The latest changes to IPPS and OPPS regulations and their impact on the audit landscape
  • What the 2-midnight rule means for patient status and medical necessity
  • Changes to observation services and the impact of Condition Code 44 on revenue
  • Guidance on Part A to B rebilling
  • Implementing policies to receive accurate payment for packaged and separately billable labs
  • An update on the current OPPS system and the impact of the new comprehensive APCs on Medicare claims
  • Strengthening your utilization review committee by reviewing real-world examples of successful reviews and fully understanding the Conditions of Participation
  • Engaging your physician advisors to strengthen your utilization review committee determinations
  • Leveraging the expertise of clinical documentation improvement specialists
 
Note: If you don't see your hot topic listed here, please write and let us know what expertise you can bring to the podium! Original ideas are welcome.
 
Submission form and deadline

Please click this link: http://app.keysurvey.com/votingmodule/s180/f/727062/56e6/,complete the form, and submit it to us no later than end of day Monday, March 16, 2015. Please be sure to complete all the fields. Leaving the form open for a lengthy period may cause it to "time out," so you may wish to draft your submission in a separate Word document and paste in the appropriate fields to ensure proper transmission. Speakers are welcome to submit more than one session, but must fill out a separate form for each submission.
 
HCPro will waive admission fees to the Medicare Compliance Forum for all selected speakers and co-speakers. Conference sessions are typically one hour in length, and selected presenters will be expected to submit PowerPoint materials prior to the conference.
 
We look forward to hearing from you! If you'd like more information or wish to discuss a speaking topic, please e-mail Editor Jaclyn Fitzgerald at jfitzgerald@hcpro.com and we'll set up a convenient time to speak by phone.

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