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Every day your medical practice is fighting an uphill battle. You’re expected to comply with endless regulations, fight for every penny you’re rightfully due, and still deliver high quality patient care.
Payers and government regulators have made it clear that even innocent mistakes won’t be tolerated. It can feel like they’re just waiting for you to slip up.
The challenge is finding the time and resources to reduce your risks and protect your practice. You don’t have hundreds of staff members or unlimited resources to throw at the problem. Instead, you may feel like you must go it alone, but this is not the case.
You can get access to leading industry experts who provide actual solutions to your most challenging compliance and reimbursement problems—and you can do it for a fraction of the cost. The answer is online training. Before you rush out and sign up for the next session you see, it’s important to take some time to determine if the training will be helpful and not just an expert telling you what’s coming down the pike.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, along with other government agencies, are pushing to make up for the reduction in revenues experienced during the pandemic. A large number of auditors and investigators have been directed to uncover as much money as possible.
It is more important than ever that your practice is in compliance. Just a few of the new risk areas include accurate claims, staying on top of the everchanging HR regulations driven by COVID, patient privacy and patient access to records .
There are many online training companies claiming they can help protect your practice—the Internet has made it possible for a variety of fly-by-night, pop-up companies to offer online training to healthcare practices. Once they are done collecting as much cash as possible, they are on their way. You certainly don’t want this.
It’s extremely important to research the company, their trainings, and their experts before you sign up. Here are few specific things you should look for: