Revenue Cycle Management: Medicare Part A vs Part B Billing


Format:E cOURSE

Duration:Approx 60 min

Instructors:Coral MED

Learning Credits:1.5 CEUs

*This course was recorded on Sep 26, 2023.


This course delves into the complexities of billing and revenue management within the context of Medicare, specifically focusing on the distinctions between Medicare Part A and Part B. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the billing processes, compliance requirements, and revenue optimization strategies unique to each part of the Medicare program.

1. Differentiate between Medicare Part A and Part B billing structures. 2. Understand the regulatory and compliance frameworks governing Medicare billing. 3. Develop proficiency in billing processes for both inpatient (Part A) and outpatient (Part B) services. 4. Implement revenue management strategies tailored to Medicare billing scenarios. 5. Analyze case studies and real-world examples to apply theoretical knowledge to practical situations.
By the end of the course, participants should be able to: 1. Explain the key differences between Medicare Part A and Part B billing. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of the regulatory landscape and compliance requirements for Medicare billing. 3. Apply billing processes specific to inpatient and outpatient services. 4. Develop and implement revenue management strategies optimized for Medicare reimbursement. 5. Evaluate and address challenges in Medicare billing through real-world case analysis.
Participants should have a foundational understanding of healthcare administration, medical billing, or a related field. Familiarity with basic healthcare terminology and an understanding of the U.S. healthcare system would be beneficial.
Participants should register in advance to receive access details. 2. Access links and passwords, if applicable, should be provided securely to registered participants. 3. Participants are encouraged to join the webinar a few minutes early to resolve any technical issues 4. Participants are responsible for ensuring they have a stable internet connection, compatible devices (computer, tablet, or smartphone), and recommended browsers. 5. A microphone and webcam may be required for interactive sessions. Please test your audio and video settings in advance. 6. The webinar may be recorded for educational purposes. 7. Recorded sessions may be shared with registered participants after the webinar. 8. Please be mindful not to share personal or confidential information during the webinar. 9. A detailed agenda will be provided, and each session will adhere to the schedule to cover all planned topics. 10. Time will be allocated for Q&A sessions and discussions. 11. A helpdesk or contact information for technical support will be provided during the webinar. 12. Common technical issues will be addressed at the beginning of the session. 13. Relevant resources, such as presentation slides or additional reading materials, will be shared after the webinar.
This course is designed for professionals and individuals in various roles within the healthcare industry, including: 1. Healthcare Administrators 2. Medical Billing and Coding Professionals 3. Revenue Cycle Managers 4. Healthcare Compliance Officers 5. Finance Managers in Healthcare 6. Medical Office Managers 7. Health Information Management Professionals