Incorrect Coding is Fraught with Risk.
According to the OIG HHS, 42% of Medicare claims for E/M services were coded incorrectly in recent years. Failure to validate your physician’s coding and documentation puts your organization at risk. At least, you may be losing revenue due to improper coding. Worse case, you may be exposing your organization to tremendous financial risks.
Our highly-trained auditors conduct over 150,000 audits annually. Clients range from solo practice physicians to large integrated health systems and academic medical centers. We match the expertise of each auditor by medical specialty and conduct multi-tier reviews on every audit to ensure your findings are accurate and, best of all, save you time and money.
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- Double-check internal audits
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Improve your revenue and eliminate risks. Our flexible education and training
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