Telehealth Consulting Services

The COVID-19 pandemic presented many challenges to healthcare organizations when it came to providing patient care. Not only did organizations have to keep their patients safe, but they also had to take care of their employees.Many organizations did this, by beginning or updating their practice of telehealth.

Now, as COVID starts to become a distant memory, patients are seeing the benefits of telehealth and are expecting their healthcare organizations to provide these services. But while Telehealth is an excellent way to expand your ability to serve patients, it comes with regulation and risk.

If you have questions about how to implement a long-term telehealth solution for your organization or how to improve your current operations, our team of telehealth consulting experts can help.

Meet Our Telehealth Consulting Experts

Telehealth Consulting Services Overview

  • Telehealth coding and billing assistance
  • Medical records documentation for telehealth services
  • Revenue Cycle implications regarding telehealth services
  • Review for compliance of provision of telehealth services
  • Telehealth assessments
  • Telehealth policies and procedures assistance

Is Telehealth Working For Your Organization?

Complete our Telehealth Satisfaction & Risk Assessment to see how your program stacks up.

Other Telehealth Resources

General Information

Telehealth Provider Fact Sheet

Telehealth Resource Center

Two Midnight Rule

Two Midnight Rule: How to Avoid an OIG Audit

The Two Midnight rule, adopted in October 2013 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, states that more highly reimbursed inpatient payment is appropriate if care is expected to last at least two midnights; otherwise, observation stays should be used. Original Two Midnight Rule In general, the original Two Midnight rule stated that, Payable […]

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No Surprises Act: How to Ensure Compliance

In 2021, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued the No Surprises Act that went into effect on January 1, 2022. This Act provides Federal protections against surprise billing and limits out-of-network cost sharing under many of the circumstances in which surprise bills arise. Prior to this Act, individuals could be “balance billed” for […]

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Medicare Code Edit 20

Coding Changes are Coming, Ensure Your Organization is Ready

For discharges occurring on and after April 1, 2022, coders will have access to new ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes. April 1st will also introduce the new Medicare Code Editor (MCE) edit 20 – Unspecified Code Edit. The 2022 IPPS Final Rule stated there would now be coding updates in both October and April. The goal […]

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