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Understanding medical necessity and the documentation of it is important to both the provider and payer, and it is crucial that documentation is done correctly.
Understand how to overcome the challenges of medical necessity denials to avoid lost time and money. Health care providers face daunting challenges in addressing increasing volumes of medical necessity denials from...
Gain a better understanding of medical records and what types of information they contain. This topic will help you be able to organize, read and understand the information contained in various parts of the medical...
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Learn how to respond to a denial adequately and professionally to increase your chances of a denial being overturned. Medical denials come in various forms from the type of denial to the party making the adverse...
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Medical Identity Theft and Keeping Medical Records Secure On May 1, 2009, the FTC’s new regulations, called the Red Flag Rules went into effect. These rules state medical practices must write and implement an...
Learn to identify resources and understand methods for documenting patient condition and progress.Health care providers have a duty to maintain an accurate and complete recording of all relevant events.
HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Medical Records in Litigation Chapter Forty Two: Introduction to Medical Records in Litigation Chapter Forty Three: Confidentiality and Patient Privilege Under The Rules of...
HIPAA and Medical Records Law in Texas: Access to Medical Records Chapter Eight: Access by Patient Consent for Licensed Professionals Chapter Nine: Access by Patient Consent for Health Care Facilities Chapter Ten: Copy...
Make sure your services have clinical documentation that supports the use of modifiers that will help your claims get paid.Many times health care providers and facilities receive claim rejections and denials because...
The conversion from ICD-9 to ICD-10 is said not to affect a health care facility's case mix and or reimbursement in any appreciable way, not more than .
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