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There have been several CMS updates that impact organization and individual providers Medicare participation. Updates that impact hospitals, durable medical equipment, prosthetics/orthotics & supplies (DMEPOS) organizations and ordering & referring providers, mental health practitioners and every colleague that manages the Medicare application process.
Suppliers, who receive Medicare reimbursement for durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS) are required to obtain DMEPOS accreditation from a CMS-approved organization, enroll in the Medicare program as a DMEPOS supplier and post a surety bond to their enrollment contractor.
If your business doesn’t dispense or furnish DMEPOS, you should use the Medicare Enrollment Guide for Providers & Suppliers. If you’re enrolling a hospital, critical care facility, skilled nursing facility, home health agency, hospice, or other similar institution, you should refer to the Medicare Enrollment Guide for Institutional Providers.
- Examine the 2023 CMS Updates
- Implement a plan that assist your enrollment process as it applies to the 2023 update
- Identify the providers and organizations that will be impacted by the CMS urgent changes
- Process of Getting NPI
- Completing Medicare Enrollment Application
- Guide to Medicare Enrollment both for Individual and Institutions
Areas Covered in the Session:
- CMS New Updates
- Medicare Enrollment
- Durable Medical Equipment(DME)
- Ordering & Prescribing
- Mental Health Providers
- LCPC, LMFT
- RHC, REH, Hospitals
- Change in Ownership (CHOW)
- Organization ownership data
- Live Q&A Session
- Credentialing specialist
- Revenue cycle managers
- Enrollment specialist
- Mental health providers
- Practice, clinic owners
- Hospital leadership
- Credentialing and Enrollment Specialists
- Credentialing and Enrollment Experts
- Credentialing and Enrollment Leaders
- Healthcare Administrative Teams, Personnel
- Practice Managers
- Healthcare Billing Specialist
- Staff Providing NPI Support, NPPES Support
- PESC, CPMSM, CPCS
- Staff Providing CAQH Support
- Clinic Managers
- Allied Health Providers
- Advance Health Practitioner
- Office Managers
- Clinical Directors
- Claims Teams
Yesenia Servin is an expert in credentialing and provider/payer enrollment with over 23 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Yesenia has a deep understanding of Medicare & Medicaid enrollment and is a nationally certified credentialing manager and provider enrollment specialist. Through, YS Credentialing PLLC, Yesenia helps organizations develop and implement best practices guidelines and processes. Guides the credentialing and payer enrollment structure. Thrives on training and growing administrative, credentialing and enrollment healthcare professionals.
Yesenia manages payer enrollment, keeps team members and colleagues up to date on industry trends, and is a liaison to all departments that impact payer-enrollment processes. Yesenia works with durable medical equipment, hospital and health systems, and community mental health organizations, global managed care organizations as well as providing revenue cycle consulting services to various healthcare providers and organizations.
Yesenia is a current CharterOak University Faculty, NAMSS member, and is a past NAMSS Educational Conference Guest Speaker, a current member of the NAHRI Leadership Council, current trainer for The Chicago School of Professional Psychology trainer and a TMG Collaborator. Yesenia studied microeconomics and communications at NEIU and healthcare administration at Concordia University Chicago.
Yesenia enjoys spending time with her family and pugs. She finds great joy in visiting and trekking the great US states and regions.
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“This program on HIPAA did a great job providing actionable concepts in a way that updated our team and me, I now know how I will implement the concepts because I already did it in their online seminar, it was easy to ask questions from the speaker at the end of my 60 minutes course.” –MELISSA PRESTON, HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT STAFF
“The workshop was very insightful and made absolute sense in terms of the regulations and their compliance. I am thankful for having the opportunity to attend.”–BARBARA CAPRIOTTY, REHABILITATION DIRECTOR