Cost:

Free for HFMA Members
Buy HFMA Membership to Attend

Audience:

Business Partners
Hospitals and Other Providers

Career level:

Early Careerist
Experienced Professional
Student

Recommended for:

Medical Records
Patient Access
Patient Experience
Revenue Cycle

Delivery Method:

Self Study

Advance Preparation:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Course Availability:

18 Months

Course | Overview | Compliance

This course covers a set of four compliance risk areas identified by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) that healthcare providers need to be aware of before they submit healthcare claims to federal agencies for approval. The course also ...

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Course | Overview | Compliance

This course provides a general discussion and overview of reimbursement provided by Medicare under the outpatient prospective payment system. It also discusses the use of ambulatory payment classifications in the outpatient prospective paym...

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Course | Overview | Compliance

This course discusses the regulation and accreditation of the healthcare field. It provides overviews of various legislation, such as the HMO Act of 1973, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), state regulations, and t...

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Course | Overview | Compliance

This course addresses the rise of corporate compliance programs in healthcare organizations, including their complexity and importance. It reviews the components of corporate compliance programs and the role of a compliance officer to know ...

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Course | Overview | Compliance

This course explains the basics of HIPAA's Privacy Rule and what you need to consider when handling patients' Protected Health Information (PHI). It also outlines the rights that patients have under HIPAA.

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Course | Overview | Compliance

Compl: HIPAA Privacy: Uses and Disclosures

Course | Overview | Compliance

Compl: HIPAA Privacy: Uses and Disclosures

Description

This course defines "use" and "disclosure" and explains when patient health information may and may not be shared orally, electronically, and in its written form. It describes the 12 purposes for which PHI may be released without authorization. Additionally, this course explains the minimum necessary standard, which determines how much information may be released and to whom.
After this program, you'll be able to..
  • Identify when patient health information may be shared and to whom
  • Define the minimum necessary rule
  • Differentiate between situations where the minimum necessary rule applies and does not apply
  • Recognize a patient's rights regarding restrictions on uses and disclosures

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Course | Basic | Physician Payment and Reimbursement

PPM: Coding and Payment Systems

This course discusses coding and payment systems, which establish the potential revenue of the physician practice. Other topics include fee schedules and relative value systems as well as compliance and rules for teaching physicians.

Course | Overview | Compliance

Compl: Billing Risks

This course covers a set of four compliance risk areas identified by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) that healthcare providers need to be aware of before they submit healthcare claims to federal agencies for approval. The course also discusses the nature of these risks and the potential sanctions and consequences for healthcare providers if they take these risks while submitting claims to federal agencies.

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Compl: The Outpatient Prospective Payment System

This course provides a general discussion and overview of reimbursement provided by Medicare under the outpatient prospective payment system. It also discusses the use of ambulatory payment classifications in the outpatient prospective payment system. The course can be used as a basis for understanding compliance issues relating to the OPPS.

Course | Overview | Compliance

Compl: Healthcare Industry Regulation and Accreditation

This course discusses the regulation and accreditation of the healthcare field. It provides overviews of various legislation, such as the HMO Act of 1973, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), state regulations, and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). It also discusses regulatory and crediting bodies, including the Joint Commission, URAC, and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).