Highlights From The New OIG Work Plan.
There are new items on the OIG 2012 Work Plan that apply to hospitals, physicians and other supplies on. Because it is forward-looking, the Work Plan can help providers shape compliance programs, identify areas of risk, and avoid compliance issues before they arise. Get insights of these new items in the 2012 OIG work plan.
Sign up now with this 60-minute audio conference where you will learn the strategies for auditing and monitoring key areas that will affect your organization. Our expert speaker Brenda Chidester, CPC, CCS-P will walk you through this year's compliance hot-spots, new areas affecting hospitals, Physicians and other part B suppliers.
Also, along with the expertise and advice presented during this audio session, you'll also receive tips and charts on how to monitor and report results to physicians and compliance committee.
Session Will Cover:
- What are the new areas affecting hospitals.
- New areas for physician offices and other Part B suppliers.
- Determine which ones need your attention.
- Examples of reports on monitoring.
- Will other payers also monitor these items?
- and more
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
Who should attend? Physicians, office managers, coders, billers and auditors.
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About the Speaker:
Brenda Chidester CPC, CCS-P is currently the Coding Compliance Manager of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, in Houston, Texas. She coordinates and oversees the Coding Compliance Department in all aspects of auditing and training.