If you’re a Part A or Part B provider, listen up – this applies to you and it will affect your payments!
CMS just issued the final requirements for the incredibly stringent 60-day overpayment rule, which means harsh penalties for not finding and returning overpayments. You will have 60 days from the time you know OR should have known you received an overpayment to return the money. If you don’t, you’ll face False Claims Act and civil monetary penalty liability totaling thousands of dollars for each claim and exclusion from Medicare – even if the overpayment was unintentional.
You have less than 30 days to prepare – the guidance in this webinar will help you do that.
Register for this must-attend webinar to learn what you need to know to comply with this new rule. After just 90 minutes with our expert, health care attorney Vicki Myckowiak, you will:
- Know when that 60-day clock starts – Position your provider for compliance success armed with the full details of CMS’ tricky definitions for identifying an overpayment.
- Target the types of services CMS considers ripe for overpayments, such as duplicate payments, payments for non-covered services and errors on cost reports, so you can take decisive action.
- Save time during that critical 60 days with specific tactics and strategies to meet CMS’ investigation and refund requirements, including when and how to ask for leniency.
Don’t let your practice find out the hard way how serious CMS is about collecting overpayments. Act now to avoid simple mistakes that can snowball into thousands of dollars in penalties. Register now.