How to Prepare for an Emergency Department Audit Webinar
Sponsored by RevCycle
October 26, 2018
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CT
Prepare to Avoid an Outpatient Audit: Coding & Charge Capture in the Emergency Department
1. Review of external pressures for proper charge capture in the ED.
2. Review of leveling methodologies for patients seen in the ED.
3. Review of proper coding for infusion, injection and hydration services. This will include specific what to watch for situations to avoid compliance issues.
Mike currently serves as Director of Coding Assessments for T-System RevCycle+ with responsibility for analyzing current and future state of coding and charge capture in the Emergency Department. During his time with the organization he has served in a number of roles developing and supporting the organization’s documentation and revenue cycle services.
He is an AAPC Certified Professional Coder and active member of the Texas Health Information Management Association (TxHIMA). He brings over 15 years of experience working with clinical, HIM, and hospital leadership to improve operations, compliance, and financial outcomes.
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