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Product of the week: Medicare Appeals Made Easy: A Focus on Reducing Denials

HIM-HIPAA Insider, June 30, 2014

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Many covered entities leave money on the table by neglecting to appeal denied Medicare claims. Recouping valuable revenue can be easy if you understand the appeal timeline and are aware of current issues that lead to pre- or post-payment denials. Develop a solid strategy for examining denials and appealing claims to maximize your reimbursements.

 
Join us at 1 p.m. (Eastern) Thursday, August 7, for the 90-minute webcast Medicare Appeals Made Easy: A Focus on Reducing Denials. During this program, Mark Michelman, MD, MBA, and Stacey Levitt, RN, MSN, CPC, will review real-world denial examples to illustrate best practices for successfully appealing claims and proactively reducing denials. They will also share recommended practices for developing a comprehensive appeals process and identifying denials that should always be appealed.
 
For more information or to order, call 800/650-6787 and mention Source Code EZINEAD or visit the HCPro Healthcare Marketplace.

 



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