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|Tuesday, June 28, 2016|
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Imagine your organization receiving payment turnarounds from Medicare within six to 10 days - and without the burdensome drudgery of printing, copying, or burning to CDs all the paper documents related to even a single claim. Now think about how this process could save your facility millions of dollars while improving your relationship with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
This streamlined process - esMD, electronic submission of medical documentation - is happening now, and you'll learn how your facility can cut turnaround time, reduce labor and hard costs, and even begin to realize significant financial savings during a special edition broadcast coming your way on Tuesday, June 28.
This exclusive broadcast will feature Joyce Davis, deputy director for the Electronic Submission of Medical Documentation Program in the Office of Financial Management Provider Compliance Group. Rudy Braccili, Jr., MBA, executive director of revenue cycle services for Boca Raton Regional Hospital in Boca Raton, Fla. and Nicole Smith, vice president of operations and government services at Vyne, will join Ms. Davis.
You'll learn how Boca Raton has saved more than $3 million since it began exchanging medical documentation through the secure portal known as esMD. You'll also hear how the hospital has experienced a reduction in Medicare audits and requests for supporting information. Additionally, Boca Raton has completely eliminated the administrative burden of managing the flow of records to support the claims.
From this important broadcast, you'll learn how to...
• Use esMD to reduce labor costs required to fulfill audit information requests;
• Cut material costs when submitting medical documents;
• Avoid transmitting unsecured data when sending physical information to adjudicate Medicare claims; and
• Implement the field-proven esMD technology that can save your facility time and money when exchanging claims information with CMS.
Joyce Davis is deputy director Division of Analysis, Corrective Actions & Technology/Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, responsible for the Electronic Submission of Medical Documentation Program in the Office of Financial Management Provider Compliance Group.
Rudy Braccili, Jr. serves as the executive director of revenue cycle services for Boca Raton Regional Hospital, where he is accountable for the patient access, patient financial services, and health information management (HIM) operations of this 400-bed, acute-care regional hospital.
Nicole Smith, vice president of operations and government services at Vyne, is a successful healthcare business professional with expertise in management, operations, sales, and marketing. Nicole brings more than 15 years of experience to her current role as the vice president of operations and government services.
Chief financial officers, case managers, inpatient coding and HIM professionals, hospital compliance and audit and appeal managers and directors, Recovery Auditor (RA) response coordinators, financial specialists, analysts, revenue cycle personnel, and clinical documentation improvement specialists.
This special broadcast is a production of RACmonitor and is sponsored by Vyne, formerly MEA\\NEA
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