Protect your payments by getting grounded in the latest payer rules for telehealth services delivered under CARES Act 1135 waivers.
Warning: Revenue from telehealth services delivered under CARES Act 1135 waivers could be in jeopardy. Both the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and the Office of the Inspector General have detected — and collected on — widespread fraud related to virtual care. Although waivers opened the door to the delivery of telehealth evaluation and management (E&M) services, as well as audio-only and audio-and-video services, many providers have not complied with payer rules — exposing them to major audits and takebacks.
Defend your payments and compliance by arming yourself with knowledge from this ICD10monitor webcast. Terry Fletcher will walk you through the latest policies for various payers, as well as new CPT® descriptions of allowable telehealth services and sites for patients and providers. You’ll also learn key differences between audio-only and audio-and-video encounters, how to report hospital encounters for different types of patients, the current status of providers crossing state lines…and much more!
Entering year three of the public health emergency (PHE), many hospitals and clinics clearly are not complying with CARES Act waiver rules governing the delivery of telehealth services. Exacerbating the situation are ongoing policy changes and a lack of consistency in the rules among the various payers. At a time when bottom lines continue to be squeezed, you need to make certain you’re capturing every appropriate dollar of payment for services rendered.
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