As practices strive to be more efficient, the use of NPP (non-physician practitioners) has become more prevalent than ever before. Often, practices are not sure whether to credential these providers or utilize the incident-to rules. We will go through multiple examples and specific scenarios for common sense solutions. Practice will gain the knowledge they need surrounding the do’s and don’ts of incident- to billing to help minimize the risk involved.
CMS has temporarily eased restrictions for incident-to billing. This makes it possible for non-physician providers to conduct and be paid for telehealth visits while patients are complying with social distancing recommendations. Although requirements have been lessened, you must still have a strong handle on what is and isn’t allowed in order to successfully bill incident-to telehealth services.
- Understanding the rules regarding incident-to billing
- Who may bill incident to services?
- Differences between incident-to billing and shared services
- To learn the financial impact of incident to reporting and billing
- Compliance issues surrounding incident to
- Where and when you can utilize incident to-billing
- How has the pandemic changed our regulations and are they still in effect?
- Telehealth and incident-to billing
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Incident -To explanation and Requirements- Review what incident-to means and explain what it is with examples.
- Qualifying Physicians and Providers- review of who can bill incident-to and who can supervise.
- Provider payment guidance and Financial impact- How are providers paid when billing incident-to and what financial impact it can have on the practice
- Compliance and ramifications if not in compliance- Covering the risk aspect of incident-to and what some of the ramifications can be if not in compliance.
- Locations: Explaining where you can bill incident-to
- Shared/Split visits: difference between split/shared visits and Incident-to with some examples
- Documentation requirements- Review what documentation and signature requirements need to be in place to ensure compliance.
- Telehealth- What has changed and/or what may stay in place with respect to telehealth and incident-to services.
- How to Self-Audit your practice- Best practices to do random reviews and recommendations.
- Live Q&A Session
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About the Presenter:
Kathi Carney, CPC, CPMA, CHC, previously served in physician practice management roles as a full-time administrator, consultant, and revenue cycle manager. She possesses over 25 years of healthcare experience working with multiple medical specialties. She is a Certified Professional Coder and is a member of the local, state and national Medical Group Management Associations. Carney has provided educational training on local, state and national levels. She recently presented at the AAPC National HealthCon convention sharing her expertise.
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