Nearly 90 million Americans rely on healthcare benefits, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). With CMS as the largest payer for healthcare in the United States, many providers, in turn, rely on it to get paid. How providers will be reimbursed in the future for rendering care and the legal questions surrounding reimbursement are items that the American Health Lawyers’ Association (AHLA) will address in an upcoming program.
PYA continues its partnership with AHLA as the sole program sponsor of the Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues. The 2014 program takes place at the Baltimore Waterfront Marriott Hotel, March 26-28, in Baltimore, Maryland. The Institute is one of the most comprehensive programs available on legal issues related to reimbursement.
PYA Consulting Principal Denise Hall is among the guest speakers and will co-present on the ICD-10 transition. The program also offers other breakout sessions on more than 50 topics given by leading experts and CMS officials. For those in the industry seeking the latest reimbursement information, this program is a “must-attend.”
If your organization has questions about reimbursement, contact Denise Hall or Butch Bullock at PYA, (800) 270-9629.