The ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meetings (ORMs) help you navigate the annual changes in oncology reimbursement and regulations, provide tools to strengthen your program’s operations, and accelerate your knowledge on which measures you can take now—and down the road—to succeed in this rapidly changing landscape. All members of the cancer care team who deal with oncology business and reimbursement will benefit from this meeting.
1001 Wisconsin Pl, Madison, WI 53703
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18525 36th Avenue, South Seattle, WA, 98188
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Additional location pending for Fall! Stay tuned for further details.
How to Improve Your Revenue Cycle Management
ACCC is bringing revenue cycle expert Ricky Newton back to the Oncology Reimbursement Meeting series to share how to build a successful revenue cycle management process, which means “not leaving money on the table.” Hear practical strategies for ensuring your cancer program or practice is reimbursed for all its billable services.
Implementing the ACCC Financial Advocacy Services Guidelines at Your Cancer Program or Practice
With the release of the updated Financial Advocacy Services Guidelines, ACCC will review these guidelines (each considered to be a minimal service, at the least, to offer all patients with cancer), share what you should communicate to your leadership about them, as well as how to grow your financial advocacy program using these guidelines.
The Oncology Pharmacy Is Your Prior Authorization Ally
Prior authorizations (also known as prior approvals or pre-certifications) are critical to ensuring patients can begin their prescribed anti-cancer treatment on time. Learn more about the oncology pharmacy’s role in gaining prior authorizations and how they can be your ally, allowing the financial advocacy and oncology pharmacy teams to work in tandem to ensure patients receive high-quality cancer care without delay.
Top 10 Common Errors & Underutilized Codes
ACCC coding expert Teri Bedard discusses the top coding errors she sees, including how to catch these mistakes before you make them and how to best rectify coding errors when made. Additionally, Bedard will discuss the top oncology-related codes she considers to be underutilized, providing you the information needed to use these codes correctly and accurately in practice.
It Takes a Village: Billing for the Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Team
As physicians are tasked with seeing more patients every day, many comprehensive cancer care services are provided by ancillary staff. A refresher course on what services can and cannot be billed, including advanced practice provider (APP) and survivorship visits, patient education sessions, dietitian services, genetic testing and counseling, psycho-social services, distress screening, and more.
Pharmacy Benefit Managers: The What and How?
Understand the role pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) play in oncology drug spending and how advocates are working at the state and federal level to regulate PBMs, including requiring greater transparency, banning “spread pricing,” and reining in high prescription costs for which patients are often responsible.
A more detailed agenda coming soon! We look forward to seeing you there.
This meeting will be FREE to ACCC and State Society members as one valuable benefit of membership. Non-members who join ACCC as an Individual Member ($162 annual dues) can attend this meeting—and others—for FREE. ACCC members receive resources and tools to strengthen their practice or program, abundant online and in-person networking opportunities, and access to expert analysis and support of critical legislative initiatives.
Billers and Coders: This session will be eligible for CE credits.