You are not alone if Medicare’s new ID system has created patient confusion and a slowdown in your payments. Many patients don’t know their new 11-character alpha numeric Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI) and are anxiously looking to you to help. The problem is there hasn’t been an easy way to get the information you need. Until now…
Medicare’s new online MBI Look Up Tool is available on your MAC’s secure portal. Once you master how to use it, you’ll be able to better help your patients with the information they need, and breakthrough a major barrier to getting your claims paid more quickly.
Billing expert, Leonta (Lee) Williams, RHIT, CCS, CCDS, CPCD, CPC, CEMC, CHONC, CRC, can help. Lee will walk you through exactly how to utilize the new MBI Lookup Tool more easily and effectively. The information you’ll gain will allow you to dodge costly billing errors and avoid a serious downturn in your cashflow due to delayed or denied payments.
Here are just a few of the practical, step-by-step tactics you’ll be able to apply after taking advantage of this expert-led, 60-minute Medicare online MBI Look Up Tool training:
Who is this for? This online training session is perfect for anyone on your staff that must confirm Medicare information, that collects patient billing information, or anyone interested in ensuring your Medicare claims are processed accurately and quickly.
Applying partial or incorrect information can bog down or even dry up your claims processing altogether. Don’t let your Medicare reimbursement suffer because you don’t have the information you need.
Register for this online training today and gain the skills you need to master Medicare’s MBI Look Up Tool. Don’t wait, sign up for this online training session today.
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Lee Williams has over 15 years HIM experience as a coding director, auditor, educator, trainer, practice manager and mentor. She is presently the Director of Coding Operations at a large oncology/hematology physician practice. Some of her responsibilities include physician and staff education, risk mitigation, outpatient CDI and managing remote coding personnel. Lee also provides consulting services via a small firm with clients to include the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Consumer and Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Industrial Economics, Inc.
Lee has been published in AAPC’s Healthcare Business Monthly (HBM) magazine numerous times with her most recent article “Help Combat the Opioid Crisis by Following Guidelines and State Rules,” appearing in the Feb. 2018 issue. She is founder and the current president of the local AAPC Covington, GA chapter and currently serves on AAPC’s National Advisory Board representing Region 4. Lee is a national speaker and highly credentialed through the American Health Information Management Association(AHIMA), the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS) and the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). She holds a degree in Health Information Technology and is a certified coder, compliance officer and clinical documentation specialist.