Uncover how to prepare for CMS’s game changing approach in the distribution of Billions of dollars of Uncompensated Care reimbursement during our 2 PM webinar on Oct. 17th – Larry Millner
Sterling, VA (PRWEB)
September 20, 2017
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) stated in the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) 2018 Final Rule that it will transition to using only Worksheet S-10 to distribute Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) Uncompensated Care Payments over the next two years.
Join the first of three live 60-minute complimentary webinars on October 17, 2017 at 2 P.M. EST and uncover how you can prepare for CMS’s game changing approach in the distribution of an average of roughly $7 Billion dollars of Uncompensated Care payments annually.
This webinar will cover:
Impact of Worksheet S-10 on UCC Payments
- Key Issues for WS S-10 Preparation/Support at Audit
- Current Definitions for Charity Care & Bad Debt
- General Ledger Approach to WS-10 vs. Claim & Sub-claim Approach to WS-10
- Provider Action Items
NAVEOS is the proven leader in maximizing the value of governmental program reimbursements for healthcare providers. By leveraging our proprietary software, COMPASS, NAVEOS has been able to find close to $1 billion in additional reimbursement revenue for providers since 2005.
Our fully-automated solution and sophisticated eligibility heuristics typically deliver anywhere between 2-4% additional Medicare Disproportionate Share (DSH) value, while maintaining a best-in-class audit accuracy rate.
Our unique methodology for value creation has established NAVEOS as an industry thought leader in healthcare reimbursement data analytics. Our services continue to evolve as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) presents new and diverse challenges that can only be met through the innovative analysis of “Big Data”.
Questions can be directed to NAVEOS by emailing Robert(dot)Espositio@naveosdata(dot)com or calling (703) 870-7850
About the Speaker
Larry Millner has specialized in the area of Medicare DSH Reimbursement since 1994. He earned his Ph.D. in Healthcare Administration from Saint Louis University, and has been in the Healthcare sector his entire professional career. For over a dozen years he ran his own DSH consulting…