How to Exceed a 95% Clean Claims Rate at Your Independent Practice

How to Exceed a 95% Clean Claims Rate at Your Independent Practice


FREE WEBINAR ON-DEMAND

The job of getting claims paid by payers in a timely manner becomes more difficult every year. That’s why it’s more important than ever to stay up to date with the changes in regulations, coding rules, and the “tricks” that payers seem to come up with to avoid or delay paying claims. One of the best ways to improve your claims process is to reduce avoidable rejections and denials that can increase your accounts receivables and prevent you from collecting every penny possible.

In this webinar, we discuss:

  • How clean claims can make or break your Revenue Cycle Management process
  • Common causes of rejections and denials that can be eliminated with preventative effort
  • Tips for identifying the root cause of rejections and denials and fixing things at the source
  • Creating a plan of action to achieve and exceed a 95% clean claims rate

We’ll also discuss helpful technology and tools to increase your First Pass Acceptance and Resolutions Rates and reduce payment delays for avoidable rejections and denials. Join us to get your medical claims process into shape and set yourself up to see faster insurance payments while reducing overhead costs for reworking claims.

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About the Speaker

        Aimee Heckman
   

Aimee Heckman is a Healthcare Business Consultant with more than 25 years of experience in Medical Practice Management, Revenue Cycle Management, PM/EHR implementation, and business development. As a Certified Professional Biller (CBP) and Certified Physician Practice Manager (CPPM), Aimee has demonstrated success in assisting physicians with maintaining their independence and surviving the ever-changing healthcare business environment.

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