The Coding Network’s Response to COVID-19
During this troublesome time period, many organizations are seeing disruption to their everyday working environments. As a remote coding services provider for the entirety of our 25+ years in the industry, The Coding Network is her to assist you with any coding support, auditing, helpline coding questions and/or documentation improvement needs your organization may have.
We offer coding support and education for both COVID-19 related treatment as well as for Telemedicine Services.
The Coding Network knows that in advent of this coronavirus there are many challenges facing healthcare providers across our nation and we are here to help. As we have always operated remotely, we can offer unparalleled service and coding expertise to ensure your revenue integrity is at its best by putting it in the hands of the top single-specialty coding experts in the United States.
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Indiana system to pay $2.9M to settle Medicaid overbilling allegations
https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/legal-regulatory-issues/indiana-system-to-pay-2-9m-to-settle-medicaid-overbilling-allegations.html Fort Wayne, Ind.-based Parkview Health System has agreed to pay $2.9 million to settle allegations it overbilled Medicaid between January 2017 and March 2021. Improper revenue codes were submitted to Medicaid for certain blood-clotting tests performed [...]
DOJ alleges Kaiser Permanente defrauded Medicare of $1 billion
Kaiser Permanente and members of its healthcare consortium defrauded Medicare of nearly $1 billion by tacking on diagnoses to patients’ medical records to earn more in reimbursement payments, the Department of Justice claims in a [...]
CMS Selects Primary Care Payment Model Participants
CMS selects primary care payment model participants According to Becker's Hospital Review, "CMS chose 916 primary care practices and 37 regional health plan partners as participants in its new payment model called Primary Care First. [...]
OIG Tags Arizona Hospital for Erroneous Billing
OIG Tags Arizona Hospital for Erroneous Billing Flagstaff (Ariz.) Medical Center failed to comply with Medicare billing requirements for three of 100 inpatient and outpatient claims reviewed by HHS' Office of Inspector General, according to [...]