Even one slight misstep when completing your CMS 1500 Claim Form can mean you don’t get paid.
The CMS 1500 Claim Form is the key to clear communication between your practice and the Medicare carriers that pay you.
Get it wrong, and the reimbursement you’re due gets held or rejected.
But, if you know how to tackle the nuances of this tricky form, you’ll save yourself reduced cash flow, massive amounts of time and a huge headache.
In order to help you master the complexities of the CMS 1500 Claim Form, expert Brenda Edwards, CPC, CDEO, CPB, CPMA, CPC-I, CEMC, CRC, CMRS, CMCS has gone through the form line by line, and has broken down each important element for you.
In her 60-minute online presentation Brenda will give you the tactics you need to file this essential form correctly the first time so you can get paid more quickly, accurately and efficiently.
Here are just some of the CMS 1500 Claim Form expert completion advice that you’ll receive by attending this 60-minute online training:
- Reduce denials by correctly applying ICD-10 diagnoses (including 12 codes’ expansion)
- Include the correct identifier every time (auto, homeowners, worker’s comp insurers, or related carriers)
- Utilize descriptors and codes in “Other Treatment Dates” (block 15) so your claims get processed more quickly
- Avoid missing nuances of the provider identification code placement that will get your claim rejected
- Decimals and Spaces: Head off mounds of denials because of these simple tips
- And so much more…
Filling out CMS 1500 Claim Form correctly will make the difference between getting your claims paid versus having your reimbursements significantly delayed or denied.
Don’t wait, sign up for Brenda’s information-packed online training today.
Brenda has been in healthcare for 30+ years working closely with practices, providers and residency programs to ensure documentation is compliant and accurate.
She has written many articles for national publications. Her humorous and engaging presentation style has made her a conference favorite for AAPC, AMBA, and Decision Health and local chapter meetings across the country.
Brenda serves on the national advisory board member for AMBA since 2018; served on AAPCCA Board of Directors and was chair in 2014. Mentoring members of AAPC and AMBA is her passion. She co-founded the northeast Kansas (NEKAAPC) chapter and served many offices.