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2016 Pharmacy Drug Coding and Billing Strategies
Price: $209.00

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For 2016, resolve to eliminate the coding and billing mistakes that routinely sabotage pharmacy revenues and compliance. You can do it, and we can help. Start by registering for our webcast it's always a big hit.

Drug Price Transparency: Gaining Traction
Price: $209.00

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The demand for price transparency continues to grow. During this election year, much attention to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act can be expected. Are you ready to justify your prices and pricing methodology to patients and government agencies?

Pharmacy Billing: Keys to Staying Within MUE Limits
Price: $99.00

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Have you heard about the case of the missing drug payment? Or maybe your hospital has experienced it. A prime suspect: medically unlikely edits (MUEs).

How to Avoid the Big Four Payment and Compliance Risks for Hospital Pharmacies: Discarded Drug Billing
Price: $99.00

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Does your pharmacy personnel know if multi-use vials are subject to payment for discarded amounts of the drug or biological? Do they know when your facility might be required the use of modifier JW? These deceptively simple questions if answered incorrectly could put your facility at compliance risk and under the scrutiny of the OIG and CMS. Join us as we carefully navigate the potential areas of compliance and revenue.

How to Avoid the Big Four Payment and Compliance Risks for Hospital Pharmacies: Coding and Billing
Price: $99.00

Now Available on CD & On-Demand

In both the physician office and hospital outpatient setting, infusible drug amounts are billed on the claim form as "units." For established drugs (those having a drug specific HCPCS code) the number of units is determined by the HCPCS descriptor for the drug being billed. The OIG and RAC auditors continue to examine claims for billing errors. Compliance with these complicated billing requirements is a never-ending issue that providers must monitor to ensure correct revenue and avoid investigations.

How to Avoid the Big Four Payment and Compliance Risks for Hospital Pharmacies: Provider-Based Clinics and 340B Compliance
Price: $99.00

Now Available on CD & On-Demand

Your facility could be at risk by sharing provider-based space with freestanding clinics, especially if your hospital participates in the 340B drug-discount program. You can almost feel the heat because failure to meet these requirements will put your facility under scrutiny by CMS or the OIG. 340B noncompliance puts your hospital at risk of losing the payment differential over what freestanding clinics get for the same services. Without information from this webcast, audits and even the future of the supplemental reimbursement hangs in the balance.