Citing regulatory statutes and cases in the appeal and revenue process is the most effective way to stop unfair payment practices, overturn improper denials and ensure timely reimbursement.
Through a variety of innovative training programs, technology and products, we deliver up-to-date training and certification programs on State and Federal regulatory issues that help you redress uncompensated medical care and unfair payment practices.
In addition, we can help you designate your mastery of administrative laws that relate to timely reimbursement and prevent improper denials, while taking your leadership and authority in healthcare to an exciting new level.
All boot camps include:
- A six-hour session (8:30am to 3:30pm) of in-class training with attendees able to come back to FREE quarterly Claims Compliance Forums to increase their skills in claims compliance mastery over the course of one (1) calendar year and prepare for NCRA Professional Certification (15 hours of training in ERN Certified Courses required.)
- Dream team dispute writing workshops for 2-3 of the topics covered (These interactive sessions provide denial appeal simulations that concentrate on letter/script writing and verbal communication skills needed to overturn challenging denials.)
We also offer Leadership Development Courses, Personal Branding Sessions, and Preemployment Testing to help maximize your productivity.
Call (714) 995-6900 ext. 6925 to request an overview of classes or submit your booking inquiry here.
Who Should Attend
These boot camps are for physicians, nurses/case managers, hospital and healthcare provider CFOs, VPs of reimbursement, VPs of finance, directors and/or managers of patient accounts, admissions, managed care, health information systems and operations professionals responsible for managing the front and back end process (Minimum of 10 attendees required.)
We Can’t Afford to Fail
The process of creating appeals, overturning denials and bringing plans into compliance with statutory and case law requires an intense and sophisticated approach to achieve financial survival and the continuous provision of quality healthcare. Each dynamic program offers take home materials, such as Sample Appeal/Demand Letters, Affidavits of Compliance, Policies and Procedures and Case Studies to get you off to the right start!
Ed could talk about tape dispensers for 4 hours and it would somehow be a relevant life changer!
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NOTE that there are two pricing schemes. “Public” refers to tuition rates offered for the general public. “TRAF” refers to tuition rates for our TRAF Early Out Members. All prices listed are per attendee.
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The Reimbursement Advocacy Firm is the representation arm of NCRA. TRAF Members outsource their internally exhausted cases that need to be escalted to our Claims Compliance Audit Unit. Our Audit Unit’s primary responsibility is to send Enforcement Campaigns through the Payor PDR process (that you have not appealed in writing) and handle all cases where an underpayment or denial has been triggered from your office. To qualify for a TRAF Member discount, providers must have a signed representation contract on file, meet annual submission threshold requirements and/or actively submit cases for audit and case review.Seminar Discount Policy
Register fifteen or more individiuals from your organization at the same time for the same training course and receive 15% off of the regular seminar rate.Government Discount
To allow employees of federal, state and local government to take advantage of the unique learning opportunities offered by NCRA, we offer a 25% discount off the regular seminar rate. To receive this discount, your registration form and payment must be accompanied by a letter, on agency letterhead, requesting the government discount.Continuing Education Credit0.6 professional development units will be awarded by ERN Enterprises, Inc. for complete attendance of the program. Other participants will receive, upon successful completion of this program and the assessment test, a certificate documenting the completed continuing education/clock hours.TRAIN FOR FREE!You can DEDUCT the costs of qualifying work-related education as business expenses. This is education that meets at least one of the following two tests:
- The education is required by your employer or the law to keep your present salary, status, or job. The required education must serve a bona fide business purpose of your employer.
- The education maintains or improves skills needed in your present work.
(Click here: http://www.irs.gov/publications/p970/ch12.html or talk to your accountant for more details.)