The Notice of Admission - the RAP Successor
Friday, January 28, 2022
11:00 am - Noon
(being held in partnership with the Minnesota Home Care Association)
The Notice of Admission (NOA) in 2022 is the next big issue in billing Medicare payers for Home Health services. The Request for Anticipated Payment had no associated reimbursement in 2021 but carried a monetary penalty if not filed timely and the same will be true for the NOA. The NOA potentially carries a more significant potential penalty and agencies must be prepared. The NOA is filed ONLY at the Start of Care for patients vs. every 30 days as the RAP was. This session will review some of the key areas of concern with the NOA and guide agencies in the direction of full compliance.
- Review the details for NOA regulation from the 2022 Home Health Final Rule
- Review statistics regarding the No Pay RAP
- Outline the NOA timely filing penalty and how agencies should monitor
- Review Claims Processing Manual for Updates
- Detail the plan of attack for agencies to succeed with NOA implementation in 2022
Melinda Gaboury, COS-C, Chief Executive Officer, Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc.
Melinda A. Gaboury, with more than 29 years in home care, has over 20 years of executive speaking and educating experience, including extensive day to day interaction with home care and hospice professionals. She routinely conducts Home Care and Hospice Reimbursement Workshops and speaks at state association meetings throughout the country. Melinda has profound experience in Medicare PDGM training, billing, collections, case-mix calculations, chart reviews and due diligence. UPIC, RA, ADR & TPE appeals with all Medicare MACs have become the forefront of Melinda’s current impact on the industry. She is currently serving on the NAHC/HHFMA Advisory Board and Work Group and is Treasurer on the Home Care Association of Florida Board of Directors.
Registration & Recording:
Registration includes one log-in connection to be used at one location. Additional log-in connections require separate/additional registrations. Access to the recording of the webinar will be provided to each registrant following the event for a limited period of time (typically 30 days).
Continuing Education Credits:
This program has been designed to meet the continuing education requirements for the Minnesota Board of Nursing for 1.0 contact hour. It is the responsibility of the participant to assure that this program meets the licensing and continuing education requirements of their state board and to retain the required documents in his/her personal file. Attendees must participate in the entire presentation in order for contact hours to be awarded – partial credit will not be available. To apply for nursing contact hours, within one week following webinar participation, a completed sign-in sheet and evaluations from each individual must be returned to MHCA. Certificates will then be issued by e-mail.