By: Anthony Trepka, Lead Sales Representative
As an employee and/or partner of LBMC, you could receive exclusive savings on your auto and home insurance. Plus, with Liberty Mutual, you get service and support when and where you need it, and the latest tips and tools to help keep you and your family safe.
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It goes without saying that reconciling your monthly benefit plan statements is important. Every company should have a clear and concise process in place to make sure this is done accurately and timely. Typically, a Billing Manager or billing department will manage and administer the overall business’s benefit plan reconciliation, but that person or department must rely on HR and sometimes even payroll to assist in this process. read more »
CMS is offering an opportunity for Medicare submitters to participate in end-to-end testing with Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) in January, April and July of 2015. Approximately 2,550 volunteer submitters will have the opportunity to participate over the three separate periods. read more »
By Jenny Harvey
It’s not often that hospitals are given an opportunity to make a deal with the Feds, but that appears to be what the Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services (CMS) is offering in its recent announcement regarding partial payment for Part A claims that have been determined to be not medically reasonable or necessary. read more »
As an employee at a not-for-profit organization required to have an annual audit, you know that audit preparation and audit fieldwork can be overwhelming and time consuming. However, by implementing the following 10 tips on preparing for a successful audit (plus 5 bonus tips for those preparing for a federal compliance audit), you will be able to reduce your preparation time and feel more confident when your auditors arrive for fieldwork. read more »
The way we use technology for our business needs has changed dramatically in the past five years. Personally, I read emails on my phone throughout the day whether I’m near my laptop or not. In fact, I probably read the majority of my emails on the go compared to the days, which don’t seem that long ago, when I was only responding to emails while sitting at my desk. read more »
“California Attorney General sued directors and officers of Monterey County AIDS Project…Settlement created $1M fund plus barred 16 former officers and directors from serving as a fiduciary of any California charity for at least 5 years.” – from the Office of the Attorney General, State of California read more »
Today is Medicare’s deadline (October 1, 2014) for eligible professionals to adopt and successfully demonstrate Meaningful Use of a certified EHR technology (CEHRT). If this hasn’t happened in your practice, your Medicare fee schedule will be adjusted down by 1% each year.
The adjustment schedule is as follows: read more »
With the holiday season approaching, organizations may find that individuals or groups who benefit from the organization’s services, desire to make year-end gifts to the organization’s employees for their loyal service.
Examples include the parents of private school students providing year-end gifts to their children’s teachers or a hospital patient’s desire to financially thank the medical team that provided excellent care for the patient. read more »