Understand Your Responsibilities and Legal Obligations
Reduce risk while increasing your income by embracing recordkeeping best practices. Know the boundaries. Increasing your confidence is the breakthrough to greater reimbursement, fewer audits and better patient care.
In-depth, self-paced training to expand your reimbursement and compliance knowledge.
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Customized training to support the compliance activities of State Associations and their members nationwide.
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Although portions apply to out of network providers, there are select portions that apply to in-network providers and cash-based clinics.
Gone are the days of staying out of network and not being required to have some type of communication or relationship with payers.
This lesson will bring a basic understanding of what it means to have an effective OIG Compliance program and why it is so important to take the time to install one.
Many contacts could be considered a Business Associate by HIPAA. Find out what this might mean for your clinic.
Every office should select a Compliance Officer - a person who will be the go-to person who will stay up to date on current OIG regulations and make sure they are being enforced.
It is important that you and your staff truly understand what Protected Health Information (PHI) is so that you can implement safeguards and protections and avoid a HIPAA violation.