A massive task lies ahead! Now’s the time to start preparing your case management and utilization review teams for successful implementation of changes contained in the 2023 IPPS, OPPS and MPFS rules.
Everyone’s looking for “hacks” these days — ways to accomplish important tasks with less time and effort. When it comes to deciphering each year’s new CMS rules, there’s no better hack than this annual RACmonitor webcast! Dr. Ronald Hirsch, one of our most popular presenters, has devoted hours to sifting through thousands of pages of CMS documents, pinpointing relevant detail and delivering his findings to you, clearly and concisely. In just 60 minutes, you’ll gain a solid understanding of the 2023 Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) Final Rule and proposed rules for the 2023 Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) and Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS). You’ll definitely want to hear Dr. Hirsch’s take on the CMS proposal to create a new type of hospital, as well as significant changes to physician documentation and billing requirements. He’ll also cover proposed changes to the inpatient-only (IPO) list and the ambulatory surgical center (ASC) list.
Once the IPPS and OPPS Final Rules are adopted, your case management and utilization review teams have just 60 days to operationalize new policies, processes, fee schedules and approved technologies. At that point, CMS will commence with audits and surveys. Noncompliance puts you at risk for regulatory action, revenue shortfalls and subpar patient experiences. Considering what’s at stake, an hour spent with Dr. Hirsch could pay big dividends all year long. Don’t miss out on this essential RACmonitor webcast!
Case managers and case management professionals, utilization review professionals, registered nurses, physicians, physician advisors, revenue cycle and revenue integrity professionals, chief medical officers and compliance and legal professionals.
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