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Product of the week: 2016 OPPS Proposed Rule

HIM-HIPAA Insider, July 27, 2015

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Bring your entire team to our 90-minute webcast at 1 p.m. (Eastern) Tuesday, August 18, on the 2016 OPPS proposed rule.

Each year CMS issues the OPPS proposed and final rule, which detail the changes to Medicare outpatient coding and billing. There are coding changes providers must implement by January 1, as well as major financial implications for financial staff. In addition, CMS said in the 2016 IPPS proposed rule that it plans to discuss potential changes to observation status and the 2-midnight rule in the OPPS this year.

During this program, our expert speaker Jugna Shah, MPH, and Valerie A. Rinkle, MPA, will analyze the proposed rule and deliver a comprehensive program to update you on the major changes proposed for 2016 under OPPS. When you understand where CMS is headed in 2016, you'll be in a position to plan your own internal education and process changes.

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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