Money Talks: Dealing with Denial, Avoiding & Managing Denials

Dealing with Denial, Avoiding & Managing Denials

Hosted by Laurie Davis, Executive Director, ORA

Tuesday February 20, 2018

12:00-1:00 pm with Q&A to follow

The second, lunch hour webinar, 1 – 1.5 hrs in length, touching on hot topics relating to payment and collection issues for healthcare providers in the MVA sector.  Each session will deliver concrete information, strategies and tools.

$35 ORA members, $70 Non-Members

Agenda Details:

Presenter Robert Durante, Partner, Oatley Vigmond

Legal presentation  Avoiding & Managing Denials

Robert Durante, Partner, Oatley Vigmond & Michelle Baumann, AB Specialist, Oatley Vigmond will discuss strategies for avoiding and managing denials and partial approvals of OCT-18s.

Q & A    Up to 30 minutes

All presenters will be available for Q & A

Close   1:25 pm or earlier at end of questions

~More Details to be Posted as Confirmed~

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The second dynamic discussion that includes strategies for avoiding and managing denials and partial approvals of OCF-18s.

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