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Lessons Learned: Medicare Audit Survival


Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Risk Management
Topics:
Coding |  Compliance |  Documentation |  Medicare
Faculty:
Dr. Mario P Fucinari, DC CPCO, CPPM, CIC
Duration:
1 Hour



Description

There is certainly no better way to learn than from experience.  Over the last year, the chiropractic profession has experienced an alarming increase in Medicare audits, recoupments, and indictments.  ZPICs, RAC, CMS and Strategic Health Solutions have taught us a great deal about what they are looking for, how to respond and how to appeal.  The policies and procedures will continue to evolve, but lessons learned will show you how to develop strategies to mitigate your risk associated with audits.  Mario Fucinari, DC, CPCO, MCS-P is a Certified Professional Compliance Officer, Certified Medical Compliance Specialist and a member of the Medicare Carrier Advisory Committee.  Dr. Fucinari, frequent national speaker, will bring his experience of helping doctors gain insight, respond and appeal audit findings from Medicare and other carriers.

 

This course was presented in July 2017 by Dr. Mario Fucinari and sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc.

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Dr. Mario P Fucinari, DC CPCO, CPPM, CIC's Profile

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Dr. Mario Fucinari is a seasoned chiropractor of 35 years, a Certified Insurance Consultant, a Certified Professional Compliance Officer, and a Certified Physician Practice Manager.  He is a national speaker for NCMIC, Foot Levelers, and ChiroHealthuSA.  For further resources and information, you may email him at Doc@Askmario.com or go to his website, www.Askmario.com


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