It is the public policy of the State of California that physicians and practitioners be encouraged to advocate for medically appropriate health for their patients.
(Business & Professional Code §510 and §2056)
With the health care safety net for millions of Californians imperiled by the economic crisis and payor unfair payment practices, ERN/The National Council of Reimbursement (ERN/NCRA) organizes powerful, interactive educational sessions designed to arm providers with laws that can help keep their doors open, ensuring Californians’ access to critical trauma and medically necessary care.
As advocates for medically appropriate healthcare, we cannot conform to industry standards.
To help healthcare professionals distinguish themselves with mastery of federal and state prompt payment laws, ERN/The National Council of Reimbursement Advocacy has organized a comprehensive PROFESSIONAL CLAIMS COMPLIANCE ACCELERATED PROGRAM (PCCP-ACC) that takes registrants into a one (1) day mini-boot camp on cases and laws that prohibits Knox-Keene licensed-health plans, Medicare and Medi-Cal HMOs, PPOs and ERISA Payors from engaging in unfair payment patterns and claim settlement practices.
Choose one of two exciting tracks to learn how to challenge improper denials and plan dispute stall tactics at your facility:
PCCPAccelerated CA (TRACK A)
ACCESS TO CARE DENIALS
- Disagreement of Care
- Emergency Service & Transfer Denials
- Poststabilization Service & Transfer Denials
- Unauthorized Treatment
- Medical Necessity Denials
- Retroactive Denials
- Anti-Assignment of Benefit Denials
- Untimely Payment
Public Tuition: $349.00 per person
TRAF Tuition: $249.00 per person
NCRA Tuition: $279.20 per person
NOW you can get the resources, training and legal muscle to avoid unnecessary claim delays and denials and aggressively challenge unfair payment practices!
For one low price, each participant will get: 1.) Hundreds of pages of informational and practical instructional materials 2.) Sample Letters, Affidavits and Case Study Examples and 3.) Denial Simulation Exercises.
Minimum of 10 attendees required.