Telehealth Compliance: Implications on Billing, Coding and Reimbursement - McDermott+Consulting

Telehealth Compliance: Implications on Billing, Coding and Reimbursement

Join McDermott Will & Emery, McDermott+Consulting and GeBBS Healthcare Solutions, for a discussion on telehealth compliance and its implications on billing, coding and reimbursement.

Patients and providers will continue to engage with one another virtually after COVID-19. This engagement includes and is impacted by various factors, such as the state of payer coverage and reimbursement, telehealth laws and regulations, professional licensure requirements, technology capabilities, broadband access and many others. To increase reimbursement and stay competitive
in the industry, providers must understand new rules and regulations—as well as implement specific telehealth procedures to stay compliant.

This webinar will focus on new telehealth coverage and payment opportunities created by COVID-19-related flexibilities and waivers implemented during the Public Health Emergency (PHE).
With the release of the CY 2021 Proposed Physician Fee Schedule, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has indicated how it will approach telehealth after the PHE ends. This webinar will also highlight the various considerations that are important to maximizing revenue and maintaining legal compliance.

Gain insight into:

  • Noteworthy telehealth billing and coding policies (e.g., use of Place of Service codes (POS) and modifiers)
  • Loosened rules for the coverage of telehealth services
  • Expanded telehealth reimbursement by Medicare, Medicaid and commercial payors
  • Implications of flexibilities being extended (or discontinued) beyond the PHE
  • Best practices for auditing and monitoring billing and coding compliance

Register Today

Dec 10, 2020

Zoom Webinar