Medical coding has emerged as an instrumental part of the home health value chain. As industry regulations surrounding Medicare and Medicaid payouts are increasingly tied to how care is coded, agencies must efficiently and accurately track operations in order to gain revenue. Inefficiencies or inaccuracies can lead to regulatory scrutiny, billing challenges, and fiscal troubles for an agency,Continue Reading
It’s important to know what is going on at your home health agency at all times, especially when it comes to the business and financial issues. Home health billing errors can cost your agency a significant amount in penalties and fees. Luckily, we’ve outlined several ways for you to mitigate home health billing errors and avoid problems.Continue Reading
Home health coding is important in identifying and translating health care providers’ documentation, applying the correct industry code, and formulating and submitting a clean, accurate claim. Home health agencies considering whether to keep those services in-house or to partner with a home health coding company them should consider the advantages of saved time and fewer home health coding errors.Continue Reading
2014 Regulatory Update: What’s on the Hospice Regulatory Horizon.
Click here to get today’s webinar handout on the 2014 Regulatory Update.
Please join Deanna Loftus, Director of Regulatory Compliance for HEALTHCAREfirst as she reviews the latest information regarding the Hospice 2014 regulatory update and how it could affect you.
2014 PPS Final Rule for Home Health.
Many thanks to those who attended Tuesday’s webinar regarding 2014 PPS Final Rule regulatory changes for the home health industry.
Presented by Director of Regulatory Compliance, Deanna Loftus, the webinar reviewed the final rule and what it might mean for home health. Topics included: review of the 2014 PPS final rule and payment update,