In the ever-evolving landscape of pre-authorizations, staying ahead is crucial for medical practices. As we step into 2024, the challenges persist, and the quest for efficiency intensifies. Our speaker has curated a wealth of insights, tips, and tricks to empower you in navigating the intricacies of pre-authorizations, minimizing the burden on your staff.
Each major insurance carrier has specific guidelines for procedures and tests, and success lies in knowing where to find and understand these rules. In this one-hour session, join our expert, Stephanie Thomas, as she guides you through the process of dissecting these guidelines, leveraging the information to your advantage, all while enhancing documentation and patient care.
Stephanie brings a wealth of national exposure, having worked with payers across the country. Through real-world examples, she’ll demonstrate how to research, utilize, and execute authorizations from various perspectives. Don’t miss this highly informative webinar—it’s your key to mastering the intricacies of pre-authorizations in 2024.”
Who Should Attend:
Medical professionals from all areas that are involved in pre-authorization process, clinical documentation, process implementation, management, even front desk and scheduling team members will gather useful information from this session.
Stephanie has worked in the medical, billing and coding industry for nearly 20 years. It is truly her passion. Stephanie works closely with small and large private practices to audit and collaboratively improve their revenue stream. She prides herself in her dedication to her clients and has built a team of incredible billers and coders to support her mission of assisting practices and Physicians across the country with proper coding and aggressive billing practices while being compliant. Stephanie also has extensive knowledge in physician practice processes, front desk, back office, and clinical. This knowledge allows her to be an invaluable asset for all things clinical operations, revenue cycle, internal audit, risk management, and healthcare administration.