Tactical Reimbursement, Part 2
Coding and Scheduling: Maximizing Incomes and Outcomes
Now that you've become a preferred provider (if not, click here for Tactical Reimbursement- Part 1) you need to know the language of insurance, the motivation of your patient and the fine art of building confidence in your referral sources. Some of this you will learn from experience, but this can be exasperating! We will show you how to enjoy being a provider and comfortably navigate reimbursement.
Join us for this informative seminar where Margie Geiser AGAIN puts Michal Hogan and her fearless biller Sheila Hokes on the hot seat in answering the questions you need someone to answer for you as a fearless conqueror of the recession blues!
What else is covered:
- What the birthday rule is and why you need to know it
- How to set yourself up so you can take credit card info for no-shows
- What is the rule about paying a practitioner for seeing clients in their office
- Info on sliding scales, seeing clients in their homes, Medicare, Medicaid, getting paid
- Details about being HIPAA compliant when traveling or seeing clients in their homes
As you know, accepting and billing for insurance can seem like a nightmare, especially for newer dietitians. I thought Marjorie's Tactical Reimbursement Part 2 was more than worth the small fee I spent for it - Being a new business, I'm very picky as to what I spend money on, and it was very affordable for me. Sheila, the Expert Biller was quite knowledgeable and a power team member for sure. In fact, I would not have been on the right foot and would have missed several tips that even more seasoned R.D's didn't know, in regards to insurance (and even other entrepreneurial issues) If i had not taken the class. Thanks Margorie for offering this! Truly an amazing service for new and more experienced R.D.'s!
Cathy Hains, M.S., R.D., C.D.
Lighthouse Nutrition and Wellness Gig Harbor, WA