TRIPLE CHECK: A PROCESS TO PREVENT FALSE CLAIMS
Providers are uncertain as to whether they should continue the triple check process with the implementation of the PDPM reimbursement system and if they continue the process should there be changes to what they are reviewing in the meetings. The implementation of the PDPM reimbursement system for the Medicare Fee For Service beneficiaries is the first significant change in decades for the reimbursements system and offers providers an opportunity to evaluate their systems and processes. This includes the triple check process. Providers have control of what they bill and in ensuring that the claim is supported in the event of an external audit.
Sophie A. Campbell, MSN, RN, CRRN, RAC-CT, CNDLTC
Director, Clinical Advisory Services
Presenter has been a consultant for greater than 15 years with greater than 30 years experience in health care as a nurse and nurse administrator. The majority of the presenters career has been spent long term care. The presenter has completed presentations nationally and at the state level, has been member of an IRO that was selected by the OIG and has worked with attorneys and providers to ensure accuracy, assist with self-disclosure and to educate team members to prevent additional concerns related to support for the billed claims.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST
The Education Committee has determined that there is no conflict of interest with this presentation.
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When: Jan 31, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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