Be among the elite group of billers that are current on all Hospice Medicare billing regulations. Billing is a very critical part of hospice reimbursement, which driven by excellent care and documentation and a billing staff that can make it happen. Is your hospice billing staff current on hospice Medicare billing regulations? This three-part series will lay a solid foundation for hospice staff that need to understand Medicare regulations. Medicare eligibility verifications, field-by-field detail on Notice of Election and claim forms, and changes to the billing requirements will be covered.
This series will review regulations for billing all hospice services, face-to-face encounters, and home health providing care while a patient is on service with hospice. Hospice information including the aggregate cap self-report, palliative care billing, and the latest on HIS updates and transmission requirements will be emphasized.
If you are part of hospice revenue-cycle management, this webinar series is a must!
Part 1 – September 30
- Review all Eligibility Requirements for admitting patients to Hospice
- Define Benefit Periods & Review new Common Working File Screens
- Updates to the Content of the Election Statement
- Billing Details of Notice of Election
- Dealing with Claim issues regarding Late Notice of Election
- Update to Late Notice of Election Exceptions & Corrections
Part 2 – October 1:
- Define distinct levels of care and specifics of billing them
- Details of monthly claim content
- Outline typical billing issues and how to handle them
- Detail newest rate changes due to rebasing
- Define standards for physician billing on hospice claims
Part 3 – October 2:
- Review Hospice Face to Face Requirements
- Recap the Self Reporting of Hospice Aggregate Cap
- List Palliative Care Specific Codes for Billing Part B
- Outline HIS Reporting Requirements
- Detail Top 5 Medical Review Denial Reasons
About the Presenter:
Melinda Gaboury, is co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc., an organization out of Nashville, TN that provides financial, reimbursement, clinical and operation services to the home health and hospice industries. With more than 27 years of experience in Medicare Home Health, she is a presenter at both the state and national levels, and is interviewed frequently for national home health publications. Ms. Gaboury is also the author of "Home Health Guide to OASIS D: A Reference for Field Staff." Ms. Gaboury has no conflict of interest in regard to this program.
Webinar login instructions will be emailed to registered attendees.
Please note: Each registration is for one phone connection.
The Ohio Council for Home Care & Hospice is an approved provider of continuing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)(OH-157, 12/1/2019)
RNs and LPNs must participate in the entire program in order for contact hours to be awarded. To apply for nursing contact hours, please return a completed evaluation form and a $10 processing fee for each individual requesting hours.
Members: $299/Line for Full Series
Non-Members: $399/Line for Full Series