Friday November 15th
Documentation, Billing & Compliance Symposium for Service Directors

Part 1

What can providers do to better work with our facility customers who may not understand our regulatory requirements. We will review the important compliance components of non‐emergency documentation and will discuss the essential elements of compliant non-emergency billing. This lively session will discuss the "soup to nuts" needs of the modern non-emergency organization to provide quality patient care and maintain good relations with our important facility customers.

Part 2

When a critical patient is in a small ER which does not have the physician or services the patient needs, is the trip to a better resourced facility an emergency? Often rural ground transports need to connect with air providers ‐ we discuss what needs to be noted in trip reports for those type of trips. Documentation compliance is important whether a rural or urban provider. This session addresses the unique issues faced by rural services and provides tips on quality documentation to maintain compliance

Maggie Adams is the president of EMS Financial Services, with 25 years’ experience in the ambulance industry as a business owner and reimbursement and compliance consultant. Known for a practical approach and winning presentation style, Maggie has worked with medical transportation providers and billing companies of all kinds to support their billing, auditing, and documentation training efforts. In the past year, Maggie trained thousands of EMS field providers and billers nationwide on EMS billing and EMS documentation compliance. Maggie is a Cum Laude graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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