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STRATEGIES TO CREATE AND IMPLEMENT MEDICAL CODING 2017 - How to Create, Manage and Implement a Coding Compliance Plan Webinar/Audio Conference - By AtoZ Compliance

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Category Healthcare,Medical;Clinical;Pharmaceuticals

Deadline: February 14, 2017 | Date: February 14, 2017

Venue/Country: Online, U.S.A

Updated: 2017-01-10 20:20:33 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Key Take Away :

This coding compliance plan webinar will show you how to create a compliance plan and a strategy for implementation and ensuring your coding, billing and documentation is compliant for any medical practice.

Overview :

Fraud, incorrect documentation, and compliance in coding is a major risk for any medical practice. A formal coding compliance plan is critical to ensuring that coding, documentation and reporting is accurate as per HIPAA compliance.

Why Should You Attend :

Jeff will use his 15 plus years as an auditor, a coding compliance, medical billing compliancetraining and documentation specialist to help you create a coding compliance programthat works for your practice.

Every Participant will receive a generic 40-page sample Medical Coding Compliance planin Word or Text Format!

Areas Covered In This Webinar :

This webinar will provide a strategy and detailed examples how to create and implement billing and coding compliance strategies. A plan is not a static document; it is working document that must be reviewed and implementing constantly and continually.

Learning Objectives :

Learn the seven components of OIG compliance program guidance for hospitals

The importance of compliance in medical coding

The importance of Provider education

How to improve an already existing Coding Compliance plan

Creating a plan “with teeth”

Establishing a Coding Compliance team

Why periodic audits are crucial to the plan

Obstacles to implementing a plan

The Impact of upcoding, downcoding and “Red Flags”

Tips for improving documentation

Using peer audits and reviews

Why using a third-party may help

The difference between getting paid and coding and documentation compliance

The ten most common problems with implementing a corporate compliance program

How to sell the plan to the doctors

Who Will Benefit :


Coding Managers

Coding Auditors

Compliance Directors


For more information, please visit :


Toll Free: +1- 844-414-1400

Tel: +1-516-900-5509



Speakers Profile :

Jeffrey Restuccio

Jeff has two coding certifications: the Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) certified professional coder for physician (outpatient) reimbursement and the AAPC certified professional coder for hospital (inpatient) reimbursement. Jeff has been a certified coder since 1999.

Jeff has the unique combination of twenty years of experience, Medical Coding Certifications (CPC & COC), training experience (medical coding and billing) a strong background in databases and Information Systems, and an MBA in Finance.

Jeff is an experienced educator and auditor, having conducted hundreds of training courses, worldwide on CPT and ICD-10 coding and billing, auditing and compliance. He has audited over 10,000 medical records.

Jeff has worked for numerous hospitals and medical clinics. Clients include Baptist and Methodist hospitals (in Memphis TN), Hospital Management Associates, Medicare, the VA and the DOD.

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