Audit Management

We regularly publish articles on news and tactics for smart healthcare audit management in these pages.  As federal initiatives for healthcare audits continue to be issued by CMS, we look at both smart programs and healthcare compliance management software for solutions that can return hundreds of thousands of dollars to a hospital’s revenue cycle.

The SSI Group develops and provides an audit management tool for our healthcare clients.  Called SSI Audit Director, the tool features simplified tracking of all commercial payer, Medicaid and CMS Medicare audits. Your team will protect revenue and reduce future take-backs of previously collected dollars, and also save time by automating workflows to simplify compliance with audit requests.  Read an overview about how Healthcare Compliance Management Software Accelerates Audit Resolution.  You may also request a data sheet for an overview of our Audit Director software using our collateral request form.

CMS Audits in 2018: Updates Providers Need to Know

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are already sending out their letters for the 2018 audits. Find out what changes have been made from the 2017 protocols and how physicians can expect a less punitive approach from CMS regarding Medicare billing.

How to Prepare for CMS Audits to Mitigate Risk

Medical providers need to stay current on the latest updates and know what type of audits to expect and when. Join us as we review the latest news surrounding CMS audits and review the best tips you can take to be prepared.

Focusing on Healthcare Audit Management

What should your hospital team focus on when it comes to auditing for services, fraud, coding and cyber security? When it comes to healthcare, the solution boils down to what you will benchmark, training, and the best methods for efficiency in your organization. A lot of industry leaders share the idea that audits are the best start toward better compliance management these days

Getting Ready for New HIPAA Audits

HIPAA Audits being stepped up:  In coming months, on-site audits will be much more thorough and will look much deeper into organizations’ compliance programs. Not only will covered entities be required to show auditors documentation demonstrating compliance with HIPAA Rules, OCR will be looking for evidence of HIPAA in action.