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Webcast: Avoiding the RAC trap

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This webcast was originally broadcast on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 10:00am CST.

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About the Webinar

What healthcare providers need to know to deal with overpayment challenges from the feds.

The scrutiny of payments to hospitals has never been more intense. And as the federal government expands efforts to collect Medicare and Medicaid overpayments, healthcare providers see a growing need for strategies to proactively ensure that they are being paid accurately from those programs.

Key Takeaways

Attend this editorial webcast and learn about:
  • The best and most cost-effective ways to manage documentation and other demands created by government contractors auditing Medicare and Medicaid bills
  • Actions that put providers most at risk for audits
  • The drivers behind the increased scrutiny by the government over hospital payments

Panelists

Audrey Andrews Andrews


Audrey Andrews

Senior VP and chief compliance officer

Tenet Healthcare Corp.

Dr. Harry Feliciano Feliciano


Dr. Harry Feliciano

Senior medical director

Palmetto GBA,

a Medicare recovery audit contractor firm

Lewis Morris Morris


Lewis Morris

Former chief counsel,

HHS' inspector general's office;

senior counsel

Adelman, Sheff & Smith

Moderator

Joe Carlson Carlson


Joe Carlson

Legal reporter

Modern Healthcare

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