Learn the similarities between F2F, Probe and Educate and pre-claim reviews
Home health agencies have experienced hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost revenue since the inception of F2F reviews in 2011 and under Probe and Educate Reviews beginning in 2015. While focused F2F audits have decreased, home health agencies are still in the midst of Round 2 Probe and Educate Reviews.
Documentation for Medicare home health services is challenging requiring support of both eligibility and coverage under the Medicare program, but confusing and ongoing changes in the F2F and other certification requirements have muddied the waters even more. Physicians have new requirements when providing the necessary documentation for reimbursement.
During this in-depth, 90-minute webinar F2F, Probe and Educate and Pre-Claim Determination: It's all about the Documentation, expert speaker Judy Adams will provide the home health agencies with critical guidance on the requirements for face-to-face and Probe and Educate documentation and what must be included to avoid denials and prepare for an audit if your medical records are selected for review. Don’t miss this webinar if you want every penny of your rightful reimbursement.
In this enthralling 90-minute session with expert speaker Judy Adams, you’ll learn:
Face-to-Face Documentation Requirements: Guidance for Home Health
Probe and Educate Reviews: Documentation CMS is Requesting Now
Based on the success of F2F and Probe and Educate in saving money for the Medicare program by denying payment for entire home health episodes, these programs are not likely to go away anytime soon. Every agency must be proactive to avoid devastating financial losses by ensuring their documentation is thorough and accurate.
Who Should Attend
It is a not-to-miss webinar for especially: