Keeping the Doors Open Flyer

Please join Infinity Behavioral Health Services, Elizabeth Irias, LMFT, Sober College and Engage Therapy for a collaborative presentation & discussion.

Event Title:  Keeping the Doors Open: Where Admin Meets Clinical- Integrating Clinical Best Practice & Medical Necessity to Maximize Revenue
Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Time: Registration begins at 12:30PM, Seminar is from 1:00PM to 4:00PM
Cost: Free (Note: Registration is limited)
Location: Sober College, 6022 Variel Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
To Register:

As scrutiny from commercial insurers continues to heighten, collecting reimbursement remains a daunting and complicated pursuit. It is a more critical time than ever for behavioral healthcare providers to ensure their administrative and clinical teams are in sync. Both sides of the business must be aligned in prioritizing the quality of patient care to improve clinical outcomes and capture the insurance reimbursement necessary to keep the doors open. Medical necessity and clinical documentation drive the revenue cycle, yet sub-par documentation and medical records continue to present a huge challenge for most providers, often resulting in significant financial losses. 

Clinicians from various corners of the industry have collaborated to present solutions for prioritizing patient care while increasing revenue. This presentation will impart a perspective of payer expectations and recent national trends, which will arm providers with a clearer understanding of the obstacles they face. In a multi-faceted discussion, presenters will dissect clinical issues that impact reimbursement, such as documentation of medical necessity, program development, and treatment implementation practices. Attendees can expect to gain insight into how clinical documentation directly impacts the entire revenue cycle, from the front-line initial authorization requests to the bitter end in appeals via medical record reviews. Best practice strategies for protecting the long-term health of your business, pertaining to both clinical and billing operations, will be discussed alongside first-hand experience from treatment providers on the practical application of these concepts. 

This event invites C-level administrators, program directors, clinical supervisors, and clinicians to learn the strategies necessary to bridge the gap between administrative and clinical team goals. Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in a dynamic, panel-format discussion of these important issues. A light lunch & snacks will be offered.