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The IRS 1099 independent contractor model can be the ideal setup for some employers and workers. However, the misclassification of workers — a risk that is significantly increased when housing independent contractors in a Human Resource Management System (HRIS) — can be costly. By understanding how to interact with independent contractors, how to train employees on their interactions with independent contractors, and what systems to use to document the difference between W-2 employees and 1099 contractors, you can take the necessary steps to mitigate the risk of an audit and class-action lawsuit. Register for and attend this online education program for expert insights and guidance for your business.    Course Author: Wendy Greenland, Chris Laverdure, and Deborah Stevens  Read More

The PDGM has brought many changes to home health and the PDGM is not all that reimbursement is made up of. In addition to working through the fine details of the PDGM changes, the workshop will also cover extensive examples for Low Utilization Payment Adjustments (LUPAs), Partial Episode Payments (PEPs), and outlier adjustments. There will be a discussion of pre-billing claim reviews and the significance of them.  The impact of OASIS, ICD-10 coding, and medical review programs have the potential to more directly impact reimbursement than some of the other aspects of the PDGM, and this workshop will get you up to date on all of that as well. Additionally, with cash flow being one of the gravest areas of concern for providers in recent months, this workshop will take you through the basics of cash flow projections and how best to make that work in your organization.  Whether you are a biller, collector, or administrator, this workshop is just what is needed to get you up to date on all things home health reimbursement.  What is billable and non-billable in today’s COVID-19 pandemic world? Can you bill for telehealth visits? Does your physician and non-physician practitioner telehealth face-to-face encounter contribute to your patient eligibility for home health? These and many other questions will be answered in this information-packed two-day workshop. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear strategies and lessons learned during this public health emergency from national speaker Melinda Gaboury, CEO of Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc.  During this workshop providers will learn why it’s so important to understand the billing flexibilities that were afforded to Medicare providers to ensure cash flow doesn’t stop. If one or more,of these billing parts are missing or are incorrect, agencies set themselves up for denials, Additional Documentation Requests, and a host of other billing dilemmas that should be avoided. Participants will walk away with a much clearer understanding of Medicare billing practices under the PDGM and COVID-19. Course Author: Melinda Gaboury  Read More

The PDGM has brought many changes to home health and the PDGM is not all that reimbursement is made up of. In addition to working through the fine details of the PDGM changes, the workshop will also cover extensive examples for Low Utilization Payment Adjustments (LUPAs), Partial Episode Payments (PEPs), and outlier adjustments. There will be a discussion of pre-billing claim reviews and the significance of them.  The impact of OASIS, ICD-10 coding, and medical review programs have the potential to more directly impact reimbursement than some of the other aspects of the PDGM, and this workshop will get you up to date on all of that as well. Additionally, with cash flow being one of the gravest areas of concern for providers in recent months, this workshop will take you through the basics of cash flow projections and how best to make that work in your organization.  Whether you are a biller, collector, or administrator, this workshop is just what is needed to get you up to date on all things home health reimbursement.  What is billable and non-billable in today’s COVID-19 pandemic world? Can you bill for telehealth visits? Does your physician and non-physician practitioner telehealth face-to-face encounter contribute to your patient eligibility for home health? These and many other questions will be answered in this information-packed two-day workshop. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear strategies and lessons learned during this public health emergency from national speaker Melinda Gaboury, CEO of Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc.  During this workshop providers will learn why it’s so important to understand the billing flexibilities that were afforded to Medicare providers to ensure cash flow doesn’t stop. If one or more,of these billing parts are missing or are incorrect, agencies set themselves up for denials, Additional Documentation Requests, and a host of other billing dilemmas that should be avoided. Participants will walk away with a much clearer understanding of Medicare billing practices under the PDGM and COVID-19. Course Author: Melinda Gaboury  Read More

The PDGM has brought many changes to home health and the PDGM is not all that reimbursement is made up of. In addition to working through the fine details of the PDGM changes, the workshop will also cover extensive examples for Low Utilization Payment Adjustments (LUPAs), Partial Episode Payments (PEPs), and outlier adjustments. There will be a discussion of pre-billing claim reviews and the significance of them. The impact of OASIS, ICD-10 coding, and medical review programs have the potential to more directly impact reimbursement than some of the other aspects of the PDGM, and this workshop will get you up to date on all of that as well. Additionally, with cash flow being one of the gravest areas of concern for providers in recent months, this workshop will take you through the basics of cash flow projections and how best to make that work in your organization. Whether you are a biller, collector, or administrator, this workshop is just what is needed to get you up to date on all things home health reimbursement. What is billable and non-billable in today’s COVID-19 pandemic world? Can you bill for telehealth visits? Does your physician and non-physician practitioner telehealth face-to-face encounter contribute to your patient eligibility for home health? These and many other questions will be answered in this information-packed two-day workshop. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear strategies and lessons learned during this public health emergency from national speaker Melinda Gaboury, CEO of Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc. During this workshop providers will learn why it’s so important to understand the billing flexibilities that were afforded to Medicare providers to ensure cash flow doesn’t stop. If one or more,of these billing parts are missing or are incorrect, agencies set themselves up for denials, Additional Documentation Requests, and a host of other billing dilemmas that should be avoided. Participants will walk away with a much clearer understanding of Medicare billing practices under the PDGM and COVID-19. Course Author: Melinda Gaboury  Read More

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more people needing ongoing care have opted to stay home. With the news reports of Coronavirus spreading unabated in institutional facilities, the safest place for people to be is in their home. Private duty agencies have a unique and powerful story to tell during and after this time. Join Power Shot Training CEO Michael Giudicissi for a lunch chat on how to tell that story, how to mitigate the risk to clients, and how to effectively get your message to referral sources. Home care sales & marketing has changed, probably forever. Learn what’s new and what’s now so your agency can grow during these trying times.  Course Author: Michael Giudicissi  Read More

Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) is a formal program in health care, with CDI certified professionals in many hospitals. This webinar will discuss CDI in home health —explaining the various goals and objectives in order to excel in documentation. Primary goal is to prevent and avoid denials, maximize optimal reimbursement, and prevent condition-level deficiencies, immediate jeopardy, and sanctions. We are under such scrutiny in home health; this webinar will show you how to refine your documentation approach with a CDI program.    Course Authors: Sharon Litwin  Read More

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