How Your Medical Practice Can Exceed a 95% Clean Claims Rate

How Your Medical Practice Can Exceed a 95% Clean Claims Rate


As a follow-up to our most recent webinar about everything you need to know to get paid in 2020, we’re taking a closer look at one of the most important pieces to the financial puzzle: medical billing.

Industry thought-leader and revenue cycle management expert, Elizabeth Woodcock, Principal, Woodcock& Associates, will discuss how achieving clean claims at first submission positively impacts medical practices. She will specifically address what insurance changes to expect with the start of a new year, and how to identify and prevent claim rejections and denials so your medical practice can exceed a 95% clean claims rate in 2020.

In this information-packed webinar, Elizabeth will:

  • Review insurance changes you need to be aware of, including the reset of deductibles
  • Identify the root causes of rejections and denials
  • Provide the top five prevention strategies you need to implement with your team(s)
  • Help you create a plan of action to ensure clean claims

Now more than ever, payers have an economic incentive to deny claims. Why? Register now to find out in our upcoming webinar!

About the Speaker

Elizabeth Woodcock

Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC, is the principal of Atlanta-based Woodcock & Associates. She is the co-author of The Physician Billing Process: Navigating Potholes on the Road to Getting Paid, an industry best-seller, plus 16 other practice management books. She is widely considered an industry leader in revenue cycle management, having focused on RCM for more than 25 years. She is frequently published and quoted in national publications including MGMA Connection and Medical Economics, and has led educational sessions for the American Medical Association, Healthcare Financial Management Association, and the Healthcare Business Management Association.
Prior to founding Woodcock & Associates, Elizabeth worked as Group Practice Services Administrator at the University of Virginia Health Services Foundation, as a long-time consultant for the Medical Group Management Association, as Director of Knowledge Management for Physicians Practice, Inc., and a Senior Associate at The Advisory Board Company.
She is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives and a Certified Professional Coder. In addition to a BA from Duke University, she earned herMBA degree in healthcare management from The Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently a Health Policy and Management student in the doctoral program of Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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