Hospitals face ongoing challenges when it comes to protecting their revenue, particularly in environments with high expenses and declining payer reimbursements. To address these challenges, hospitals must ensure that their financial systems, processes, and policies are efficient and accurate to protect revenue for the services they deliver to their patients.
During this webcast, Stephanie Volante, MPH, will review best practices, guiding principles, and recommendations for chargemaster management to help hospitals staff CDM departments appropriately, implement change management controls, and operate with efficiency and standardization.
By attending our webcast, you’ll gain insight into how to review comprehensive components of the CDM to validate appropriate HCPCS and revenue code assignments for chargeable services, as well as other valuable evaluation techniques necessary to upkeep a compliant chargemaster.
Managing the chargemaster is an essential aspect of ensuring financial compliance and protecting revenue. Here are some key points to consider:
Chargemaster managers, coordinators, and specialists; revenue integrity management and staff; financial analysts; patient financial services; compliance officers; managed care contracting staff and managers; payer relations staff; finance leaders and reimbursement leaders; and facility C-suite executives.