Make Your Plan RADV-Audit Ready.
PRE-RECORDED AUDIO CONFERENCE
Date: Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Time: Request for replay on any day
Length: 60 Minutes
Speaker:Jennifer Godreau, CPC, CPMA, CPEDC
Broadcast From :Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Broadcast End :Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Educate your providers after doing your own HCC audit.
Incorrect ICD-9 coding and hierarchical condition categories (HCC) assignment can risk your Medicare advantage organization or plan to become a target of CMS-led Risk Adjustment Data Validation (RADV) audits. This audio conference presented by expert Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPMA, CPEDC, will help you understand to assess your provider's coding accuracy and improve their documentation to make certain that your Medicare Advantage Plan gets optimal yet correct CMS payments.
In just 1-hour, you'll be armed with improved ICD-9 coding skills which will help you to audit your provider's records and teach them to completely avoid commonly found RADV audit errors. Also you'll learn to identify invalid ICD 9 codes, undocumented comorbidities, unsupported HCC coding and lot more
Put your providers on the HCC and Risk Factor Adjustment (RAF) compliance track with easy-to-implement action plan, how-tos and practical documentation improvement guidance.
Here's what you'll learn :
Tips to get hold of the accurate diagnosis from a progress note.
Step-by-step guidance on auditing diagnoses.
Audit finds provider noncompliant. This should be your next step to ensure compliance.
Improved documentation that providers can immediately implement.
Educate your doc on turning vague documentation into ICD-9 supporting verbiage.
Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPMA, CPEDC, specializes in medical coding policy for pediatrics, family practice, internal medicine, ENT, and modifiers. In her most recent role as director of the Coding Institute’s SuperCoder.com, she puts coding resources, references, and education at coders’ and physicians’ fingertips.
Jen learned the ropes of coding from more than a decade of writing, editing, and managing Coding Alert publications. She also wrote the ICD-9 study guide for AAPC’s Certified Otolaryngology Coder™ (CENTC™) examination and edited AAPC’s instructors 2011 updated Professional Medical Coding Curriculum. Her articles and information have been used to overturn two Medicaid policies, create new ENT codes, revise a vaccine code, and support physician compliance cases.
Jen became a Certified Professional Coder® (CPC®) in 2001, added her designation as a Certified Pediatric Coder™ (CPEDC™) in 2009, and became a Certified Medical Coding Auditor® (CPMA®) in 2010.