Webinar: SUD Treatment Provider Boot Camp — Reimbursement
- Date Recorded: October 21, 2018
- Presenter: John Mills
- Length: a little over 1 hour and 7 minutes
- Price: $65.00 (Members receive 15% discount)
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With tremendous changes in the behavioral health industry, there will continue to be opportunities to provide desperately needed treatment services to those suffering from substance use disorders, but the business models are changing rapidly. The traditional treatment models are finding it more difficult to survive as insurance payors and government payors repeatedly modify their reimbursement programs. Attracting patients has become more difficult as increased regulations have been imposed on marketing and compensation practices.
The professionals and attorneys at BHAP and Nelson Hardiman have carefully designed the curriculum of this Boot Camp to address these growing concerns in this webinar series.
Collecting payments and reimbursements are an important part of any substance use disorder treatment program. Whether payment is made by cash, insurance, grant funds, or other method, there are a series of standards, regulations and laws pertaining to how reimbursement must be collected, and what services and products can be eligible for reimbursement. This webinar highlights a comprehensive set of best practices for compliance with reimbursement rules as well as avoiding common pitfalls with collection of payment.
- Sources of Payment
- Billing and Collections
- Avoiding Common Fraud and Abuse Issues
John Mills is a partner at the healthcare law firm Nelson Hardiman, LLC.
John’s regulatory compliance work focuses on key issues facing providers that could potentially impede their business operations. He advises clients on managed care and ERISA compliance, voluntary disclosures of possible Medicare over-payments, medical staff and peer review, analysis of business arrangements to ensure compliance with the anti-kickback and Stark laws, and provides regulatory guidance to covered entities and contract pharmacies in connection with the federal 340B program.