The Provider Hour webinar series focuses on matters that affect providers on a daily basis. We encourage attendees to ask questions, and we will attempt to address as many as possible live in the sessions. We expect this webinar to be of great value for providers who are trying to better-understand their ongoing and ever-changing responsibilities with regard to compliance.
Please see below for the upcoming webinars:
June Provider Hour: June 12th, 6pm ET
5 Mistakes Doctors Are Making That Hurt Their Bottom Line
Modern Medical Practices can no longer afford to bill insurances and patients and wait for the money to come in. In today's heavily regulated environment, medical practice providers and owners need to insure that they are not leaving, losing, or giving away money. Furthermore, providers cannot risk having insurers coming back years later to take back what they had previously paid out.
To discuss these important issues and more, attorney Ismail Laher will sit down with Yolanda T. Haskins, John D. Uecke, and Cyndee Weston.
Yolanda T. Haskins, CPC, CRC, OHCC, AAPC Fellow, is the billing/coding manager at Howard University Faculty Practice Plan. With more than 35 years of experience in the medical billing and coding field, she has owned and managed a billing company, and has worked in many specialty offices and hospital systems. Yolanda received her CPC in 2006, OHCC (Officer in Healthcare Compliance) in 2014 and her CRC in 2015. In April of 2017 Yolanda was given the distinction and honor of being recognized as an AAPC Fellow. Yolanda was one of the former members/officers who helped establish the local chapter in Alexandria, Va. of the AAPC, and also served on the AAPC Chapter Association board of directors during the 2014-2017 term.
John D. Uecke, COE, CPC, CPCO, CPB, CPMA, CPPM, CMCO, CMIS, CMOM,CHA, CHBS, OHCC, OCS, CEMA, CMRS, CMCS, provides physicians and physician groups the expert assistance they need to effectively code and bill for their services thereby maximizing their profitability. As CEO of NOVA Medical Billing, Inc. and founder of Grand PooBah Consulting, LLC, John has 16 years of revenue cycle experience related to the payer processing complexities facing private practice physicians. Most of John’s clientele are small group practices (2-10 providers) and solo practitioners who cannot afford to have billing staff or expensive software in their offices but are in need of a well-staffed, highly trained billing department.
Cyndee Weston, CMRS, CMCS, CPC, is a speaker, author, strategist, trainer, and embraces emerging technologies. She is social media lover finding ways to bring medical billers of influence together to interact and learn from each other. She is passionate about encouraging entrepreneurship and sparking creativity and innovation among the billers and coders she works with through the American Medical Billing Association where she serves as Executive Director. Weston has established herself as a reimbursement expert with over 30 years of medical billing, practice management, compliance and coding experience. Particularly, she has substantial experience in identifying practice cash-flow leaks and in implementing policies that resolve issues affecting reimbursement. She thrives on the constant changes related to billing and compliance and has extensive knowledge in fraud and abuse detection and prevention as well as HIPAA compliance and serves on several committees related to billing and compliance.
Liles Parker is a boutique law firm that focuses its practice on helping and defending Health Care providers Nationwide in Audits and Investigations. Our team includes Attorneys who are Former Federal Prosecutors, Certified Billers, Coders and Compliance Officers.
We encourage attendees to ask questions, and our presenters will attempt to address as many as possible live in the sessions. We expect this webinar to be of great value for providers who are trying to better-understand their ongoing and ever-changing responsibilities with regard to compliance. We will take as many questions as we can in 60 minutes.
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