Approach Auditing From a New Perspective.
Charla Prillaman has been auditing for almost thirty years. In that time, she’s learned that auditors are an extremely detail-oriented group of people. But in order for that characteristic to be valuable, they have to learn how to come out of the weeds and look at the documentation they routinely evaluate with new eyes.
Charla points out that as auditors, it’s our job to make sure that physicians are coding properly for billing purposes. But to do our job right, there are a handful of things we need to remember to do and things we need to avoid. For example, we need to remember that a physician’s main concern and job is to help patients. And we’re not here to judge or criticize from atop our high horse, we’re here to help.
Download this free eBrief, What Auditors Should Always Remember (And 3 Things You Should Never Do), for advice from thirty year veteran and expert auditor, Charla Prillaman, on how to approach auditing with a different perspective that will make you more effective in your day-to-day. In this eBrief, you’ll learn how to:
- Be Wary of Perfection
- Communicate Effectively to Effect Change
- Stay Grounded and Connect with Physicians