Amanda Waesch, Esq., is a healthcare Attorney at Brennan, Manna & Diamond. Her practice focuses on healthcare, employment law and healthcare litigation across the country. She advises healthcare providers including practices and hospitals on reviewing and litigating employment agreements; non-compete agreements and severance agreements. Her work has benefited physicians and administrators in drafting and reviewing employer handbooks, as well as management and training issues.
Get Paid More w/Patient Cash-Only Services & Comply w/Payer Rules
Stop providing administrative services for free. Payer rules actually permit you to charge in-network patients for these cash-only services – if you know how.
Allowable cash-only services range from billing for medical records to charging an additional fee for same-day appointments. You can even charge monthly or yearly fees to certain in-network patients to cover these extra administrative services – as long as you comply with payer rules.
Don’t make the mistake of implementing or expanding your cash-only services by yourself. Instead, let healthcare attorney Amanda L Waesch, Esq. walk you through how to do it right. Amanda will present a 60-minute online training that takes you through EXACTLY how to compliantly start or expand your cash-only services – regardless of the payers you contract with (Medicare, Medicaid, or commercial carriers).
Here is just some of the practical, actionable advice you’ll receive on billing and getting paid for cash-only services by attending this online training:
- Compliantly charge patients a monthly/annual admin membership fee
- Uncover new allowable cash-only service available to you
- Document patient communications to comply with payer cash-only rules
- Pin down allowable cash-only services and avoid losing payer contracts
- Stop Medicare Advantage plans from reducing cash-only services
- Identify when patient telephone time is chargeable – beyond telemedicine
- Implement compliant patient notifications when adding administration fees
- Detect when you should never charge Medicaid-covered patients extra
- Master patient notification requirements to comply with payer rules
- Determine when you need a signed ABN and when you don’t
- Correctly record cash-only collections to ensure a clean paper trail
- Pinpoint when you can charge extra for prime appointment times
- Avoid violating info blocking rules when charging for medical records
- Distinguish whether state or federal rules drive ability to get paid extra
- And so much more…
You don’t have to be a concierge practice to bill patients for cash-only services. Finally, you can get paid for many of the administrative services your practice currently provides for FREE – even for your in-network patients.
However, to do so, you must comply with payer rules when charging in-network patients for cash-only administrative services. By attending this expert-led training, you’ll have a firm handle on how much, who, and when your practice can charge these patients directly for cash-only services. This training will help reduce your compliance risk and boost your practice’s revenue. Don’t wait, register today.