Medicare Part B: Get the Most Out of Your SNF Reimbursement - On-Demand
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Janet Potter, CPA, MAS
Level of Program:
Understanding the many requirements for billing Medicare Part B can be a daunting task. Questions and issues will arise regarding claim discrepancies, and you’ll need to understand how to respond. Being able to verify what’s on the claim before it’s billed as well as having solid communication between billing, nursing, and therapy is paramount to successful reimbursement. This program will help explain what items can be billed by the SNF and how to maximize reimbursement for your facility.
During this 90-minute program, expert speaker Janet Potter, CPA, MAS, will review the required coding for Part B claims, how to calculate expected payments, and how to resolve discrepancies between documentation and claims.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Review the required coding for Part B therapy claims
- Determine whether other Part B revenue sources are appropriate for your facility
- Calculate the expected payment for Part B therapy claims
- Understand how to resolve discrepancies between documentation and claims
Who Should Listen?
- SNF Nurses
- Quality assurance/quality improvement staff
- Compliance officers
- Part B therapy coding requirements
- Billing of Part B therapy to non-facility residents
- Other items that can be billed by the SNF to Part B
- Medical supplies
- Part B reimbursement issues—how is it paid?
- Physician fee schedule and annual changes
- How is sequestration calculated?
- Consolidated billing as it applies to Part B
- List of G codes for functional reporting
- Sample SNF Part B claim
Meet the Speaker
Janet Potter, CPA, MAS, is a senior manager in the healthcare research team at Marcum LLP. Potter joined Marcum through the firm´s 2015 merger with Frost, Ruttenberg, & Rothblatt PC (FR&R Healthcare Consulting, Inc.). She delves into numerous aspects of the healthcare industry, including HIPAA, the Medicare Prescription Drug Program (Part D), and research into ongoing regulations and various healthcare topics pertaining to Medicare and Illinois Medicaid.
She is instrumental in writing and preparing client bulletins, speaker presentations, and seminar materials, as well as monitoring industry websites for regulatory and compliance changes, informing clients and colleagues of the changes, and assisting in interpretation of new regulations and guidance. Potter is a member of the Advisory Board for HCPro's Billers' Association for Long-Term Care and is a frequent contributor to PPS Alert for Long-Term Care and other HCPro publications.
Webcast system requirements and program materials:
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Internet: 56K or faster Internet connection (high-speed connection recommended)
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