Do you contract with a Medicare Advantage Organization or other payer using a risk adjustment methodology? Are your coders accurately capturing chronic health conditions? Does the thought of risk adjustment coding keep you up at night?

 

Join the Baker Newman Noyes (BNN) revenue cycle team, including certified risk adjustment coders (CRC™), for a two-day seminar for healthcare professionals interested in risk adjustment documentation and coding. While risk adjustment has been around for a long time, a solid understanding is essential for proper documentation of a patient's overall health status. We have put together a hands-on program to ensure an understanding of risk adjustment coding, the importance of documentation, how to optimize and improve overall risk scores, and much more.

 

We are excited to offer this comprehensive two-day workshop that will also help in preparation for the Certified Risk Adjustment Coder (CRC™) examination offered through the AAPC.

 

Thursday, June 22 - Friday, June 23, 2017
Hartford Marriott Farmington, Farmington, CT

 

Early bird registration is $850.00. Early registration ends on May 31.

 

Click here to access the official event page and review the agenda and learning outcomes. Check the event page regularly for updates and more details as the event approaches.

 

Who should attend?

Inpatient and outpatient coding professionals; CDI specialists; CDI, HIM, coding managers and directors; physicians and other healthcare professionals; and physician practice managers.

 

For this event, you can pay online or by check.

 

By submitting your registration, you will be added to our healthcare industry e-newsletter list.

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
June 22, 2017
Seminar Objectives
  • Identify and establish an overall understanding of the different models used in risk adjustment
  • Explain the financial implications of risk adjustment
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the most common conditions found within the CMS Hierarchical Condition Categories (CMS-HCC) risk adjustment methodology
  • Apply the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting to the risk adjustment process
  • Discuss and illustrate diagnoses reported in risk adjustment models
  • Demonstrate an understanding and the importance of clinical documentation specificity
  • Identify how code assignment is captured based on medical record documentation
  • Explain the data elements and steps in calculating the Risk Adjustment Factor (RAF) score
  • Identify frequently coded conditions and disease interactions along with their associated impact on CMS-HCC assignment and RAF score
  • Identify documentation barriers and query opportunities
  • Explain the purpose and method of Risk Adjustment Data Validation (RADV) audits
Risk Adjustment Documentation & Coding Seminar
Speaker Information
Janet Hodgdon CPA, CPC, CRC  [ view bio ]
Dianne Rodrigue PA, MHP, CCDS, CPC, CRC  [ view bio ]
Proposed Agenda

The program runs for two consecutive days from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Breakfast and lunch are provided. Our tentative agenda includes presentations on the following topics (more information is forthcoming):

Financial Implications of Risk Adjustment

Risk Adjustment Models

Risk Adjustment Concepts

Diagnosis Documentation & Coding

Frequently Coded Conditions

Clinical Documentation Barriers

Top Challenges in Risk Adjustment Coding

Relationship between Risk Adjustment and CDI

Compliant Physician Queries

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