New Must-See Webinar: The ABCs of HCC

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' (CMS) Hierarchical Condition Category coding (HCC) risk adjustment model is used to calculate risk scores. Nowadays, HCC coding seems to be everywhere we turn, despite being around for almost two decades. Why?

Few providers are aware of this risk adjustment model, despite having emerged under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act several years ago. This risk adjustment model ensures that premiums are sufficient for patients who require more resources than the average Medicare patient. 

Beginning HCC coders need a firm understanding of HCC coding to capture chronic conditions, and accurately map codes to ensure your organization receives correct reimbursement for the cost of care . Now is the time to get a fundamental understanding of HCCs and implement it at your own practice. If your organization is still learning, it's not too late to start. 

We've developed a 19-minute webinar to help: The ABCs of HCC.

What Can You Expect from the Webinar?

Our in-house HCC coding expert spends 19 minutes explaining the fundamental basics of HCC coding. Using comprehensive examples, You'll learn:

  • Understand the basics of risk adjustment
  • Learn both the what and why behind Hierarchical Condition Categories
  • Review documentation and coding requirements under HCC
  • Learn how to avoid common documentation errors

Click the button below to get instant access to your 19-minute webinar on HCC coding.

ABCs of HCC webinar on HCCs

 

About Lisa Skriver, Inbound Marketing Lead

Lisa Skriver, Inbound Marketing Lead

Lisa has 8 years of experience working both front and back end revenue cycle. At MediRevv she has served both as a Patient Experience Representative and as a Revenue Cycle Representative, and today, she works as an Inbound Marketing Lead, sharing relevant content through a variety of channels to make connections with prospective clients. She enjoys videography and photography.

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