With the AMA’s 2023 CPT ® Evaluation and Management (E/M) Services Coding and Guidelines changes on the horizon, optimizing reimbursement and reducing administrative burden are essential. Providers continue to face an onslaught of downward market pressures, including the implementation of the No Surprises Act. Payers demand 50% or more in cost reductions, plus in-network rates, in order to avoid contract termination. In addition, the new CPT guidelines will impact reimbursement.
In this webinar, national revenue cycle management expert, Juli Smith, shares:
This webinar covers strategies from initial patient registration to final collection, all while keeping patient engagement, provider satisfaction, financial health and administrative burden in the forefront of our endeavors.
"Juli Smith is a nationally recognized revenue cycle expert known for finding successful solutions that create strong ROI, increased market share, and profitability. Focusing on innovative solutions to support the shift from the fee-for-service model to one based on value, Ms. Smith serves as Director of Strategic Partnerships for ZOLL Data Systems. She is a frequent speaker on emergency medicine coding and reimbursement issues. Ms. Smith has hosted HFMA webinars, been quoted by HealthLeaders magazine, and is a frequent contributor to national healthcare media outlets. She serves in a variety of committee roles for the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the Emergency Department Practice Management Association (EDPMA), and the Urgent Care Association (UCA). She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of EDPMA and is one of the few non-physician members of the ACEP Coding and Nomenclature Committee. "