HCPro Announces the 2016 Revenue Integrity Symposium in San Antonio

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Covering all areas of revenue cycle professionals’ expanding roles, the 2016 conference has something for everyone.

The 2016 Revenue Integrity Symposium brings together training on Medicare billing and compliance, case management, revenue integrity, coding, CDI, and patient status, helping attendees ensure compliance and accurate billing and reimbursement across the revenue cycle. Covering all areas of revenue cycle professionals’ expanding roles, the 2016 conference has something for everyone.

Our expert speakers will cover critical, timely topics such as the 2-midnight rule, IPPS and OPPS updates, chargemaster maintenance, denials management, payer audits, ICD-10 code updates for 2017, clinical documentation, value-based purchasing, and utilization review. New this year, they will also be covering principles and outcomes of a revenue integrity program; strategies for developing a workflow for the NOTICE Act and MOON notice; and guidance on injections and infusions coding, including billing for multiple drugs and concurrent infusions. Additionally, the symposium will feature special sessions for attendees from CAHs, RHCs, and provider-based departments.

“The 2016 Revenue Integrity Symposium is a great opportunity to network with colleagues facing similar challenges and learn from an amazing lineup of speakers,” says Kimberly Anderwood Hoy Baker, JD, CPC, director of Medicare and compliance for HCPro. “We’re so excited to bring together so many of HCPro’s regulatory experts along with others in the industry to present information and strategies to handle regulatory changes, Medicare compliance risk areas, and hot topics that span the entire revenue cycle.”

At the end of this event, attendees will be able to:

  •     Return to their facility armed with the tools to enhance revenue integrity and develop strategies for accurately documenting, coding, and billing patient encounters and stays
  •     Gauge the financial and operational impact of the 2017 IPPS final rule and OPPS proposed rule
  •     Develop strategies for strengthening a utilization review committee, correctly applying condition codes 44 and W2, and understanding concurrent and retrospective reviews
  •     Gain insight into billing and coding hot topics that may impact a facility’s financial performance, including C-APCs and injections and infusions
  •     Create a plan for analyzing and reducing denials

The 2016 Revenue Integrity Symposium is designed for a wide range of healthcare professionals, including revenue integrity professionals, revenue cycle directors and staff, compliance officers, C-suite, case managers, HIM directors and managers, UR/UM coordinators, committee members, physician advisors and professionals, recovery audit coordinators, reimbursement managers, chargemaster coordinators, patient financial services managers, clinical documentation improvement specialists, and coders and coding managers.

For more information about the event, please go to http://hcmarketplace.com/revenue-integrity-symposium.

For over 30 years, HCPro, a division of BLR, has been the leading provider of information, educational, and advisory products, services, and solutions in the vital areas of compliance, regulation, and management to the U.S. healthcare industry. The company helps the healthcare industry make better decisions about regulation, compliance, and management through authoritative analysis, trusted interpretation, and best-in-class education and training. HCPro provides practical strategies and solutions that serve customers' organizations, their patients, and their communities. The company’s market-leading brands include HCPro and HealthLeaders Media. Additional information can be found at http://www.hcpro.com.

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