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How to Mitigate Telehealth Risks and Create an Action Plan

Posted by Jessica Whitney, Apr 12, 2022 11:00:00 AM

The OIG issued a report in 2018 which revealed an error rate of 31% in billing and coding for telehealth services.

The Complete Guide to Improving Your Inpatient Coding and Auditing

Posted by Dorothy "Dot" Steed, Sep 10, 2019 9:23:42 AM

Four years ago ICD-10-CM launched, and many of us were scrambling to understand the changes

The 5 Basic Requirements of Incident To

Posted by Lori A. Cox, Aug 28, 2018 10:40:09 AM

Understanding incident-to can be stressful. According to an MLN Matters article, number SE0441, “To qualify as “incident to,” services must be part of your patient’s normal course of treatment

Use This 2018 Compliance and Auditing Benchmark Report to Reduce Risks and Increase Your Value

Posted by Healthicity, Mar 29, 2018 10:39:08 AM

Over 1,000 coding, auditing, compliance and healthcare executives contributed to our 2018 Compliance and Auditing Benchmark report.

Auditor Hacks: 5 Foolproof Ways to Stay Organized

Posted by Stephani Scott, Sep 5, 2017 10:13:09 AM

As an auditor, you need to really focus on the task at hand. You’re detail-oriented and if you’re like me, you’ve got a lot to do. From making lists to staying organized, there are a number of ways you can beat distractions and be more productive.

Put Some Pep In Your Compliance Program With Our New Podcast

Posted by Healthicity, Oct 18, 2016 11:12:44 AM

Over here at Healthicity, we’ve got some tricks up our sleeves.

You see, it’s our goal to create the best thought-leadership material out there because we want our readers, healthcare professionals like yourselves, to have all of the answers you need at your fingertips.

7 Medical Auditing Best Practices for the Perfect Audit

Posted by Lamon Willis, Jul 7, 2016 4:56:53 PM

A lot can go wrong when you conduct an audit, so preparedness is absolutely crucial. Auditing is not for the faint of heart.