When the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) expired on May 11th, some guidelines expired while others were modified or continued. Many of the final rulings CMS put in place this year were tied to the end of the PHE. Medicare will resumerevalidation processes, audits & medical reviews when the PHE expires or where there is evidence of potential fraud, waste or abuse.
CMS is the guiding force on what guidelines and processes will expire and what will remain intact or see modifications after the end of the PHE.
Taya has been following it all along and will provide you with insight on what CMS is allowing to expire and what guidelines may remain after the expiration of the PHE. Telehealth workflows, as an example, is one area that sees changes.
Here are just a few points of many up-to-the-minute insights that will be covered:
• Review changing regulations against current practice policies & procedures.
• Parity training guidance for staff hired before, during & after the PHE.
• New telehealth guidelines that change once the PHE is expired.
• How to take inventory of your office's current PHE guidelines.
• Who to contact with specific questions on process, procedure, protocol, reimbursement, billing, etc.
Cost: VMGMA Members// Free; Non-members $35
Continuing Education Units:
Earn up to 1.0 continuing education unit hours for each hour of education from the ACMPE, American College of Medical Practice Executives.
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