Audits performed by our experts have uncovered a multitude of problems with coding, billing, and documentation for infusion and injection services. Even more, COVID-19 changes have created confusion surrounding documentation requirements and flexibilities that require comprehensive knowledge. From noncompliant missing start and stop times for hydration therapy to billing for E&M services, there’s no shortage of ways to sacrifice revenue — or attract the attention of the OIG and RACs.
Why take any chances? Look to the trusted how-to resources from MedLearn Publishing for actionable answers, and rest assured that you’re meeting your infusion/injection revenue goals and compliance obligations.
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With the pandemic creating financial problems for many operations and the great resignation weakening the knowledge of staff, every coding reimbursement dollar counts. Don’t let outdated or incomplete information sabotage your coding and compliance. Take away essential knowledge and actionable tips for resolving costly ongoing issues, from often lacking documentation for start and stop times, to properly charging for prolonged infusions, to ensuring medical necessity for hydration therapy and drug administration – both current audit targets.
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Coding and compliance mean more than ever to your bottom line in these trying times. Take away essential knowledge and actionable tips for resolving costly ongoing issues, from often lacking documentation for start and stop times, to properly charging for prolonged infusions, to ensuring medical necessity for hydration therapy and drug administration – both current audit targets.
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