Medical Billing and Reimbursement
Save time, improve care, and ensure reimbursement.
Don’t guess, over code, or under code. Instead, sign up for Bryant University’s Medical Billing and Reimbursement course today.
Instructor Lisa Anne Blakeley, who has worked in billing and compliance for insurance companies and hospitals, has seen it all. With insider knowledge, she will share the latest Medicare regulatory requirements and online best practices.
Streamline your workflow by understanding electronic medical record codes that align with the level of services you deliver. Reduce risks of audits while ensuring appropriate reimbursement.
“If it wasn’t written, it didn’t happen.”
Instructor Lisa Anne Blakeley, AHIT, COC, CPC, CRC, CPC-I
What You'll Learn
As a student in this course, you will learn:
- Best documentation practices for submitting bills to Medicare.
- Third-party payer rules that can vary per payer and/or per state.
- Current payment methodologies in inpatient, outpatient, and surgical settings.
- Medicare regulatory requirements including new decision-making time codes.
This course consists of eight weeks of guided learning, each comprising multimedia, interactive modules, and curated readings. Expect to spend approximately six to seven hours per week working through these materials and assignments.
Who Should Attend
- New and seasoned nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
- Individuals who seek to earn Continuing Medical Education credits.
Continuing Medical Education
This course provides 30 American Academy of Physician Associates (AAPA) Category 1 Continuing Medical Education credits for PAs and NPs.
Learn from an Expert in Medical Billing and Reimbursement
Instructor Lisa Anne Blakeley, AHIT, COC, CPC, CRC, CPC-I, is a supervisor in the Billing Compliance Department at Boston Medical Center. She educates new providers on medical record documentation, coding, and Medicare/Medicaid billing regulations. Previously, she served as a professional audit manager with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts where she managed 12 senior auditors. Blakeley has worked in numerous areas educating providers in evaluation and management, ICD-10-CM and risk adjustment. She has taught billing and coding and electronic medical record courses at the Salter School and Coastal Career Academy, both located in Fall River, Massachusetts. She serves as president of the New Bedford Chapter of the American Academy of Professional Coders.