You can get paid 15% more for your non-physician practitioner (NPP) claims.
What’s the catch?
You must comply with complex supervision and incident to billing guidelines. Although these requirements can be confusing to implement, it is well worth it when you consider the added 15% reimbursement you can receive.
This is where coding expert, Leslie Boles, BA, CCS, CPC, CPMA, CHC, CPC-I, CRC, can help. During her online training, Leslie will walk you through EXACTLY how to comply with new NPP supervision and incident to billing guidelines for Medicare and private payer claims. This upcoming online training will help you uncover newly available reimbursement for your NPP services and show you how to successfully access it.
By attending this expert-led online training, you’ll receive practical, step-by-step strategies to help you comply with supervision and incident to billing guidelines and boost your reimbursement for these services by 15%. Here is just some of the expert-advice you’ll receive:
- Avoid hefty penalties for location violations that might surprise you
- Uncover NPP E/M services (99211) rules you are probably missing out on
- Cut through NPP telemedicine physician supervision confusion
- Pin down what “direct supervision” REALLY means and how to comply
- Identify when NEVER to bill “incident to” even with direct supervision
- Master incident to documentation rules to audit proof your records
- Bust Physician Assistant (99214, 99215) rumor limits on allowed E/M visits
- Comply with private payer co-signature rules to avoid repayments
- Get paid more when NPP new patient visits (no physician care plan)
- Breakdown new vs. established patient supervision rules
- Determine when split/shared services can be paid at the higher physician rate
- Pinpoint what nursing designations count as “physician” for Medicare
- Uncover allowable NPP services that will maximize your revenue
- Get NPP claims paid for multiple, same day E/M services
- And so much more….
WARNING: Numerous practices just like yours, have been hit with massive violation penalties for failing to comply with supervision and incident to billing guidelines. Two examples include a LA primary care practice paid $732,854 and an OK orthopedic clinic paid $716,518 for incident to/supervision violations. The US Attorney’s Office has made it clear that it will not tolerate noncompliance in this area. But don’t let this stop you from getting paid every penny you’re due for your NPP services.
Regardless of your practice specialty, size, location, or the type of NPP you employ (i.e., PA, NP, CRNA, CNM, CNS, etc.) this training will help you more easily and effectively comply with supervision and incident to billing guidelines and walk you through how to ethically maximize your reimbursement for these everyday services.
Stop missing out on a 15% boost in your NPP reimbursement. Take action right now. Sign up for this online training session today.
Register for this online training within the next 5 days, and you will also receive a complimentary copy of the best-selling Incident to Decision Tree in a downloadable PDF. This tool will help you more easily identify what does and doesn’t comply with incident to billing guidelines, and compliantly get paid more for your NPP services. Don’t wait, register within the next 5 days to get this complimentary Incident to Decision Tree.
Leslie is currently Director of Compliance Audit at Waud Capital Partners and as a Coding Instructor at Rutgers University. She has more than 13 years of experience in outpatient coding, auditing and compliance, and coding education.
Leslie prides herself in being able to present very complex coding and documentation regulations in a simplified manner. She has the credentials of CCS, CPC, CPMA, CHC , CPC-I and CRC from the American Academy of Professional Coders® (AAPC®), American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA).
Leslie has developed and implemented multiple training programs on physician coding and documentation, Medicare and Medicaid policy and compliance programs. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration from The University of Arizona and is currently a member of the Board of Directors and is Co-Chair of the Compliance Committee of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), NJ chapter.