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TAHC Virtual Annual Conference

Speaker(s): Melinda A. Gaboury, CEO

Category: Speaking Engagement

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Speaker(s): Melinda A. Gaboury, CEO

TAHC Virtual Annual Conference May 17
10:30 am - 2:30 pm CST
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Speaker: CEO, Melinda A. Gaboury
RAP changes – Are you surviving? | Monday, May 17, 2021 | 11:00am -12:00pm CST

The most significant change agencies will experience in beginning the new year is the new timely submission requirements for the Requests for Anticipated Payment (RAPs) and the eventual introduction of the Notice of Admission (NOA). RAPs will have no associated reimbursement in 2021 but will carry a monetary penalty if not filed timely. Are agencies truly prepared? Can you billers key in DDE to avoid penalties? HPS is here to help! Melinda will outline full RAP requirements for 2021, detail operation processes for being effective with RAP submissions & define Notice of Admission (NOA).

Also this session includes the following:
1. Detail order and visit requirements for filing RAP
2. Analyze the penalty calculation for untimely RAPs
3. Review success of agencies in the initial weeks of RAP penalty
4. Review updates and frequently asked questions from Medicare MACs
5. Outline requirements for filing a NOA & 6. Detail the timing parameter.

PDGM – Revenue Cycle Management Changes! | Monday, May 17, 2021 | 1:00pm-2:00pm CST
The most significant change in Homecare Reimbursement in 20 years went into effect January 2020. The Patient Driven Groupings Model – PDGM is complicated, confusing, and overwhelming. CMS has provided some data on the revenue impacts and new PDGM components, but there is more to be considered. Revenue Cycle, from beginning to end, will require changes to adapt. Preparing now is essential in being prepared for the PDGM onslaught.

This session includes the following:
1. Outline how agencies will need to consider process changes in their revenue cycle as a result of PDGM
2. Provide a Checklist RAP & Final billing and details of both
3. Outline potential strategies for process revisions and adjustments to achieve a successful revenue cycle transition under PDGM
4. Outline billing process changes required by PDGM.