Council holds seminar on billing & compliance
On Wednesday, May 1, the Providers’ Council held a seminar on Third Party Billing and Corporate Compliance at the Hogan Center at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.
More than 80 attendees learned about setting up high performing third party billing systems and effective corporate compliance programs. In the Third Party Billing half of the seminar, Stephen Greene of PCG covered the basics of third party billing including attributes of a successful program and types of billing models. Ken Bates of Advocates, Inc. followed with an in depth examination of the steps in the billing process. Jim Frutkin of Service Net applied the information shared in a presentation of Service Net’s practical approach to successful billing operations including lessons learned.
The second half of the program focused on effective Corporate Compliance programs. Madeline Becker of Vinfen and Candy Darcy of Behavioral Health Network co-presented on the seven essential elements of compliance programs and issues providers should be thinking about. Hilary Croach of Bay Cove Human Services shared another perspective on Corporate Compliance, addressing the issue from a technology standpoint.
For more information on the program, please contact Rachel Lurie.