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|Thursday, June 2, 2016|
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We are a nation of the audited. From credit reporting and purchasing behavior to healthcare coding and billing, every transaction is monitored, processed, analyzed, and reported to create a pixel mosaic of who we are and what we do. A single outlier misstep can create an audit target that can metastasize through an entire organization.
Now, for the first time, investigatory audit practices and their consequences will be exposed via Audit Nation: a 90-minute documentary reporting on the consequences of government and private auditing, the risks these audits pose to organizations, and the regulatory implications facilities and providers currently face.And while the burden of identifying potential risk areas might be seen as inefficient and cost-prohibitive, there is new technology that facilities and practices can implement to help.
Nationally recognized healthcare statistician Frank Cohen of DoctorsManagement will lead you through the labyrinth of rules that have become to many an undeclared war on America's physicians.
Also participating in the 90-minute documentary will be...
• Healthcare attorney David Glaser with Fredrikson & Byron, who will speak to the legal risks and challenges that audits present to the healthcare industry.
• Ronald Hirsch, M.D., vice president of Accretive Physician Advisory Services, who will talk about investigatory audits from a physician's point of view while providing a global perspective on the importance of advocacy.
• Pat Marion, a principal at Compliance Concepts, Inc. and formerly of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG), who will discuss regulatory challenges associated with working through the process once an audit begins.
• Sean Weiss with DoctorsManagement, who will report on the hard cost of being unprepared for an audit versus the relatively lesser cost of when facilities and providers are prepared.
Also, learn how to deploy a new system, the Compliance Risk Analyzer (CRA), which, like that of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Fraud Prevention System (FPS), uses sophisticated predictive analytics to assist physician organizations identify potential billing and coding risk in advance of audit.
This special broadcast is a production of RACmonitor and is sponsored by DoctorsManagement.
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