Register for the Webinar:
The Past, Present, and Future of Risk Adjustment
Free Webinar Wednesday, June 26 @ 1:00 PM ET.
You can also purchase 1 CEU for this webinar - just follow the instructions below.
Risk adjustment coding is a critical component of both the healthcare and expected medical costs of Americans. And accurate documentation and coding is the most critical component of the whole risk adjustment process. All of the pressure is probably causing a little anxiety for those of you currently working in risk adjustment programs.
Risk adjustment was first implemented back in 2000 when CMS began using inpatient diagnostic data. In 2004, CMS then improved their own accuracy to allow for the addition of professional encounter data for chronically ill people. Then, more recently, the Affordable Care Act continued the evolution of risk adjustment by bringing it to individual and employer markets in 2014. In a relatively short amount of time, risk adjustment has gone from being an early adopter of healthcare data into perhaps the single most important aggregator of healthcare data. And it’s not slowing down.
But if you’re already working in a risk adjustment program, how do you know if you’re getting the most out of it? And if you are not working in a risk adjustment program, where do you even begin?
Tune into our upcoming webinar, The Past, Present, and Future of Risk Adjustment, Wednesday, June 26th, to learn how you can:
Filling out the form below will allow you to register for the webinar for free. On the next page you will then have the option to purchase a CEU for $30.
This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.0 CEU. It can be split between Core A, CRC, CIC, and CDEO. On-Demand views require successful completion of post-test for continuing education units. You will receive your CEU in a separate email after attending the live webinar or watching the on-demand recording.
(You'll have the option to purchase a CEU on the next page.)