Topics covered in this seminar include:
After completing this seminar, you will gain a better understanding of:
This training will help you understand DME and supply billing. Simplify the process by submitting claims correct the first time. Modifiers and place of service is very important, we will review the different payer nuances and explain the reasoning behind these rules. At the end of the training you will feel confident in coding for any HCPCS code and be able to fight costly denials and get them paid. Insurance companies are always trying to save a buck, but supplies are DME are costly to the practice and should be reimbursed by insurance. Find out about common bundling edits and how to avoid these.
Stephanie Thomas has a widespread background in medical billing, internal audit and health care administration. She is a Certified Professional Coder as well as a Certified Anesthesia and Pain Coder. Stephanie’s combination of clinical experience, coding education and revenue cycle management offer insights that speak well to both the clinician and the revenue cycle expert. Stephanie’s experience includes working in large and small private practices, ambulatory surgery centers as well as with hospital-based physicians. She is responsible for proposing, budgeting, staffing, leading and conducting various compliance and internal reviews. Stephanie is currently a member of the American Academy of Professional Coder’s (AAPC) and Society for Pain Practice Management (SPPM). She speaks nationally on billing and compliance topics regularly and has nearly 20 years of experience in this field.