How To Properly Document Medical Necessity For AFOs
Dr. Paul Kesselman will help you navigate the world of podiatric DME documentation with real world examples to decrease headaches so you can spend more time with your patients.
Disclaimer: Dr. Kesselman and Park DME Consulting, LLC has given TayCo Brace permission to share the slide deck from a presentation given on Feb. 23, 2021. For complete information, please view the full presentation.
Appeal and Win Same Or Similar Denials
Navigate the complex world of Same and Similar Denials. Learn the triggers of automatic denials, how to avoid them, and how to successfully appeal them.
Disclaimer: Dr. Kesselman and Park DME Consulting, LLC has given TayCo Brace permission to share the slide deck from a presentation given on March 9, 2021. For complete information, please view the full presentation.
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Disclaimer: This document and accompanied presentations contain generalized information that is presented for informational purposes only and not specific for any one patient or circumstance. Providers are required to submit accurate and appropriate claims for the services that they provide. It is the provider’s responsibility to determine medical necessity and to submit appropriate codes, charges, and modifers for services that are rendered. Providers should consult with their payers, reimbursement specialists and/or legal counsel regarding coding, coverage and reimbursement matters. The information in this document does not constitute medical, legal, or other advice, nor is any information intended as a promise or guarantee by TayCo Brace regarding coverage or payment for products or procedures by Medicare or other payers. TayCo Brace specifically disclaims responsibility for the results or consequences of any actions taken in reliance on information in this document.