“Finally Friday!” The Definition of Inpatient

FRIDAY February 20, 2015:

The Definition of Inpatient:
Where Does That Come From?

The Regulatory Basis (Not the Screening Tools)

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Jessica and Abby presented a full 1-hour review of recommended appeal strategies at the PAUR Boot Camp, this past July in Chicago. We go over part of that talk in this show.

Jessica and Abby presented a full 1-hour review of recommended appeal strategies at the PAUR Boot Camp, this past July in Chicago. We go over part of that talk in this show, focusing on the legal basis for getting paid for inpatient admissions.

Our resident appeals experts, fresh from arguing appeals and arguing in front of Administrative Law Judges, are on hand this week to go over the raw basis of the definition of inpatient, particularly for the purposes of reimbursement. Jessica Gustafson and Abby Pendleton, who lead the Health Law Partners’ audit practice group, are reviewing a portion of their presentation that they made at the July 2014 PAUR Boot Camp. They will be focusing on the regulatory basis of what you need to know to confidently submit documentation that survives audit and review by CMS contractors and other payors.

Join us on the show to learn:

  • What the Medicare Manuals say about inpatient coverage and admissions,
  • What the difference is and connection between the Manuals’ definitions,
  • What is the value of the commercial screening tools today, and
  • What and why you have to document differently, since October 1, 2013.

Also, we will be revealing how you can get significant discounts on the video.

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