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Over 1,000 coding, auditing, compliance and healthcare executives contributed to our 2018 Compliance and Auditing Benchmark report.
1. Medicare Compliance Review of Parkridge Medical Center, Inc., for 2014 and 2015 - “Medicare Compliance Review of Parkridge Medical Center, Inc., for 2014 and 2015 Parkridge Medical Center, Inc. (the Hospital), located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, complied with Medicare billing requirements for 88 of 100 inpatient claims we reviewed.
Last week, the OIG posted a report of their Medicare Compliance Review of the University of Florida Health Jacksonville Hospital. This is the most recent of many similar reports.
Our job as compliance officers is not to expect perfection, but rather to be “generally effective” in preventing non-compliance.
Maintaining a compliant healthcare organization isn’t easy. It requires absolute due diligence to keep up with regulations and protect your organization from loss of profit and legal actions.
Employee onboarding is the best way to get the most out of your employees as quickly as possible.
Recently, federal auditors reported that the University of Minnesota Medical Center needs to refund more than $3.2 million in estimated overpayments for services that were allegedly billed incorrectly to the Medicare program.
It’s crucial to perform a medical records audit to effectively maintain your auditing plan. Reporting results to the overseeing physicians, committee, or board is the next step to improving organizational compliance.