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Prevention is Key – No More Denials
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Sound familiar? That phrase can most certainly be applied to claim denials. With the average cost of working a claim denial sitting at $25, implementing preventive measures is imperative to the overall health of your revenue cycle. The financial impact of claims denials can significantly affect revenue in several ways. During this webinar we will analyze top denial reasons and help you develop strategies to counteract each denial. Additionally, we will help you develop tools for working claim denials quickly and efficiently should they happen.
During this webinar we’ll discuss:
- The financial impact of claim denials
- How to analyze top denial reasons
- How to prevent denials before they happen
- How to develop tools and strategies for working claim denials
This webinar will provide valuable insights for:
- Practice Owners
- Practice Administrators/Managers
- And many more
About the Speaker
Jessica Whitney, CPC, CPMA Audit Manager, AAPC
Jessica began her career in healthcare over 20 years ago at Blue Cross of Idaho working in both provider relations and claims. After several years she transitioned to practice management and has managed in both small, privately owned as well as large multi-specialty hospital-owned practices. She has spent over 20 years refining her expertise in practice management with a strong focus in revenue cycle management for practices of all sizes. Jessica also has in-depth knowledge of the credentialing and contracting process as well as experience in reimbursement analysis.
In her current role as an Audit Manager with AAPC Audit Services she performs revenue cycle audits and training for a variety of clients. She has additional experience in both coding and auditing and is a certified coder and medical auditor.