Top 15 Questions About Targeted Probe and Educate
Posted on Friday, October 27, 2017 8:00 PM
CMS utilizes MAC to review clinical documentation to prevent improper payments. In 2014, CMS began Probe and Educate to help reduce errors in the claims submission process. CMS feels the program has been successful based on the decreased number of claim errors after the provider received education. They are now moving to a more targeted approach.
CMS posted the top 15 questions about Targeted Probe and Educate on their website.
Click here to read the full article on the NAHC Report.
Click here to read an article on Probe & Educate and how to stay in the offense, written by Sue Payne, Corridor’s VP of Clinical Operations and Innovation.
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