DRCHSD 2024 RCM PPM Webinar Series: Session 3 of 4

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT
The National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)

DRCHSD 2024 RCM PPM Webinar Series: Session 3 of 4

FQHC & RHC Coding, Documentation and Billing Guidance

Description: RHC and FQHC providers and coding staff have been presented with several changes to requirements related to coding and documentation in recent years. In this presentation, attendees will be provided with an overall review of coding, documentation, and billing requirements for RHC and FQHC practices as well as steps taken by organizations to comply with those requirements.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and gain an understanding of key coding and documentation requirements for RHCs and FQHCs
  • Identify and gain an understanding of key requirements for RHC and FQHCs billing and how changes may impact revenue
  • Identify steps taken by organizations to comply with coding and documentation changes to maintain effective processes and reimbursement

This webinar will be recorded and posted to our website. Should you feel you missed the invite, please email Caleb Lozinski


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