Winning Carrier Denial Appeals Webinar/Audio Conference
Examples, resource list, and tips for getting paid
|Date:||Wednesday, October 3, 2012|
|Time:||12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Central Time|
|Presented by:||Jeffrey Restuccio, CPC, CPC-H, MBA, President of Ritecode.com|
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This one webinar could save your practice thousands of dollars recouped from denied claims. Get dozens of ideas and tips for bringing back reimbursement rightfully due. This in-depth session will provide an action plan with examples on how to win carrier appeals every time. Hear real-life examples, sound advice and get ready to fight for dollars rightfully due to your practice.
NCCI edits, modifiers, medical necessity and local coverage determinations will be discussed as well as more advanced concepts delving into carrier-specific rules and creating a carrier-specific manual. Examples will be provided as well as a resource list, tips on why one clinic gets paid and another does not. Just one tip from this webinar could make the difference in getting paid or denied.
This session will cover:
- 12 steps to winning carrier denial appeals
- Most common reasons that claims are denied and specific examples
- Medical necessity, modifiers, LCDs, HCPCS codes and all the fundamental concepts
- Carrier-specific rules, manual and hierarchy and concept of payment guidelines
- Appeal tips and tricks you won’t learn anywhere else
Jeffrey Restuccio will address your specific questions. He has more than 15 years of experience teaching managers, coders and billers how to win the insurance reimbursement game.
About the Presenter
Jeffrey Restuccio, CPC, CPC-H, MBA, is a certified coding and billing instructor. He has over fifteen years of coding and training experience and conducts Coding and Documentation seminars and comprehensive Coding Certification Prep Courses nationwide. He is also the author or over a dozen, online training courses for billing, coding, HIPAA, ICD-9, ICD-10 and auditing on his website: Ritecode.com.