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Last Modified: 9/30/2022 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

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Title
Line of Business
Description
Format
Duration
CEUs
Part A
We breakdown requirements of consolidated billing, discuss fundamental aspects of this Medicare program and how they affect Part A Medicare payments.
Webinar
Self-paced
0
Part A and Part B
Learn how you can save time and money by using our electronic submission options.
Webinar
Self-paced
0
Part A and Part B
Learn how you can save time and money by using our electronic submission options.
Webinar
Self-paced
0
Part A and Part B
Learn how you can save time and money by using our electronic submission options.
Webinar
Self-paced
0
Part A and Part B
Learn how you can save time and money by using our electronic submission options.
Webinar
Self-paced
0
Part B
Learn tips, tools, and resources to help prevent unprocessable claims.
Webinar
Self-paced
0
Part A and Part B
View this video for more information about the electronic transactions, your requirements for billing electronically, and the free software available for you.
Video
0:09:10
0
Part A and Part B
View this video for more information about the electronic transactions, your requirements for billing electronically, and the free software available for you.
Video
0:06:56
0
Part B
Learn about enrollment and documentation requirements for providers ordering or referring services and claim requirements for providers performing and billing for services.
Video
0:08:10
0
Part B
Learn about enrollment and documentation requirements for providers ordering or referring services and claim requirements for providers performing and billing for services.
Video
0:05:38
0
Part A and Part B
Before submitting an appeal on a Medicare claim, you first want to make sure that a claim determination, or decision, was made of either paid or denied. We often see providers incorrectly appealing a claim returned to provider for correction. This video covers how you can identify when a claim is eligible for an appeal.
Video
Video
00:02:51
0
Part A and Part B
This video will help you understand the overpayment process, your responsibilities to pay the money back money, and what to do if you disagree with an overpayment decision.
Video
Video
00:10:47
0
Part A
This course is designed to provide an overview of the Medicare guidelines for the appeals process and outline your rights throughout the appeals process. This course is designed for all Part A billers, coders and compliance officers who document, code and bill for Medicare services.
WBT
60
1
Part B
This course is designed to provide an overview of the Medicare guidelines for the appeals process and outline your rights throughout the appeals process. This course is designed for all Part B billers, coders and compliance officers who document, code and bill for Medicare services.
WBT
60
1
Part B
Saving time and money. Learn how to avoid these types of claim submission errors.
WBT
Self-paced
0.5
Part B
Learn how to implement a strategy to reduce your claim submission errors.
WBT
Self-paced
1
Part B
Learn to reduce your claim denials by utilizing available tools, tips, and resources.
WBT
Self-paced
1
Part A and Part B
Learn how to prevent claim denials related to NCCI edits, including an overview of the guidelines, and edit tables to verify if the guidelines apply to the procedures you’re billing.
WBT
Self-paced
1
Part B
Learn Medicare’s coverage guidelines for drugs and biologicals, including information regarding drug wastage and the JW modifier. We’ll review billing examples and common billing errors.
WBT
Self-paced
1
Part A
Learn how the length of an inpatient stay can impact available coverage, determine a beneficiary's deductible and coinsurance responsibility, and influence the decision to utilize Lifetime Reserve days.
WBT
Self-paced
0
Part A and Part B
Understand the CPT process required to translate a physician's service into a Level I CPT code
WBT
Self-paced
1
Part B
This module reviews Medicare requirements for performing and billing “incident to” services.
WBT
Self-paced
1
Part B
Need help understanding which services are included in a global surgery period and which are paid separately? We’ll take you through scenarios in which a Medicare beneficiary receives services before, during, and after a surgical procedure -- and you make the decisions.
WBT
Self-paced
1
Part B
Learn the purpose of modifier 24 and when to apply it.
WBT
Self-paced
0
Part B
Learn the purpose of modifier 25 and when to apply it.
WBT
Self-paced
0
Part B
Learn the purpose of modifier 58 and when to apply it.
WBT
Self-paced
0
Part B
Learn the purpose of modifier 78 and when to apply it.
WBT
Self-paced
0
Part B
Learn the purpose of modifier 79 and when to apply it.
WBT
Self-paced
0.5
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