Monday, May 23, 2022


TAOP Staff

*Thinking of bailing out?Tired of getting thrown?Ready to take the bull by
the horns?*

You DO NOT want to miss this opportunity!
April 9, 2015 8am-5pm
Hilton San Antonio Hill Country

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We’ve rustled up the finest in O&P billing, compliance, & reimbursement. So
y’all come on down to the 2015 Reimbursement Rode.

Learn how to hang on longer than 8 seconds.
Find out how to avoid a jerk down by Medicare.
Determine what crossfire penalties could affect you.

*Speakers & Topic Highlights*

*Michael Hanna MPA, CDME
Provider Relations Senior Analyst, CDS – DME MAC Jurisdiction C*
CERT data and the process
Recent updates in the Medicare program including but not limited to:

– ICD-10
– Delivery Clarification

*Sarah Brase-Davis, Esq., **National Orthotic and Prosthetic Appeal
“How to Avoid Getting Freight Trained by RAC Audits”

*Lesleigh Sisson, CFom
, O&P Insight*
“Team Roping – Reimbursement is a Team Event”

– Members of the Team
– Roles of the Team Members
– Hard Work and Endless Practice
– Close Cooperation and Perfect Timing
– Showing up to the Rodeo does not Guarantee a Prize – Penalties and
– Taking Home the Prize

*Jim Lawson , Manager,
Outreach Development, American Board for Certification in Orthotics,
Prosthetics & Pedorthics, Inc.*

– Avoid the most critical issues that ABC surveyors find during surveys
– Chart documentation to support treatment and billing, ensure you are
paid for the services you provide, and defend yourself from audits
– Comply with ABC standards that apply directly to your practice
– Find opportunities to market your practice
– Use best business practices to save time and money.


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