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Click here to register for Part 2 of the Level the Field series: A Tactical Approach to Reduce Payer Denials.

As your hospital gets back to “normal,” it is imperative that insurance companies reimburse hospitals every dollar they deserve. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released a ruling that provides hospitals significant opportunities to hold Medicare Advantage payers accountable for payment, reduce underpayments, and decrease the administrative burden of dealing with these payers.

Join Versalus Health experts : Drs. Robert Corrato, Thomas McCarter, Jerilyn Morrissey, and Joseph Zebrowitz as they review both longstanding (but rarely used) and new regulatory standards.

Join this webinar to:

  • Review what the new regulatory framework requires and allows
  • Learn what Medicare Advantage payers are NOT allowed to do, and
  • Understand your recourse if the payers fail to follow the regulatory guidance

Webinar Information: 

  • Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2020
  • Time: 2:00 pm ET |  11:00 am PT
  • Duration: 1 hour

Register now for Part 1 of the two-part Level the Field webinar series. Part 2 will focus on practical approaches to leverage regulations to reduce payer denials. Mark your calendars for September 30th and stay tuned for more details! 

We hope you can join us for these webinars!

Questions? Call us: 484.766.1625 or Email us: info@versalushealth.com

Meet the Speakers

 

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Robert R. Corrato, MD, MBA

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Robert R. Corrato is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Versalus Health. Before Versalus, Dr. Corrato was Founder and Managing Partner of Devon Hill Capital Partners (DHCP), a diversified healthcare investment firm. Prior to founding DHCP, Dr. Corrato was the Founder, Chairman and President & CEO of Executive Health Resources (EHR). In his roles at EHR, Dr. Corrato was responsible for driving the vision and strategy for corporate growth to best serve the healthcare compliance industry, growing EHR into the leading national provider of medical necessity compliance solutions that served the needs of over 2,000 hospitals, performed concurrent reviews on millions of Medicare short-stay cases, overturned thousands of Medicare denials and successfully defended scores of hospitals under investigation by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and Department of Justice (DOJ). Prior to founding EHR, Dr. Corrato held the post of deputy director of the Office of Health Policy and Clinical Outcomes at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.

Dr. Corrato earned his master of business administration degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and received his medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania.

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Thomas McCarter, MD, FACP, FCPP

Executive Vice President & Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Thomas McCarter serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Versalus Health. Prior to joining Versalus, Dr. McCarter was Chief Clinical Officer of Executive Health Resources (EHR) where he was responsible for clinical research, physician education, regulatory policy and the rules used to adjudicate over 10 million medical necessity reviews for over 2,000 hospitals across the United States to achieve Medicare regulatory compliance and clinical appropriateness.

Dr. McCarter has served as Senior Vice President of Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer of Main Line Health System in Philadelphia, and as Vice President of Medical Affairs for Tenet Health System’s Pennsylvania Region. He served faculty positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann University, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Geisinger Medical Center, and Drexel University School of Medicine. Dr. McCarter has extensive experience defending hospitals and health systems when under scrutiny by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and Department of Justice (DOJ).

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Jerilyn P. Morrissey, MD

Vice President, Client Performance and Revenue Integrity

Dr. Jerilyn Morrissey is responsible for regulatory, private payer, and utilization management education for case management staff and physicians. Dr. Morrissey is passionate about using data and technology to help hospitals navigate complex Medicare regulations and understand payer practices and their impact on the hospital revenue cycle. Dr. Morrissey’s experience as a practicing physician, a Physician Advisor for a nationally recognized health system, and as a Director of Clinical Information for a national payer, afford her a unique perspective to solve utilization management’s evolving challenges.

Dr. Morrissey received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the Illinois Wesleyan University and her medical degree from the University of Illinois. Dr. Morrissey is currently a licensed physician in California.

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Joseph R. Zebrowitz, MD

President

Dr. Joseph R. Zebrowitz is Founder and President of Versalus Health and has led the team in the development of an innovative approach to Two-Midnight Rule compliance. Prior to Versalus, he was Managing Partner of Devon Hill Capital Partners (DHCP), where he led the investment in several successful healthcare startups. Prior to DHCP, Dr. Zebrowitz spent 12 years as Executive Vice President and Senior Medical Director of Executive Health Resources (EHR), where he led the development of EHR’s compliance and revenue integrity products. Dr. Zebrowitz’s career focus has been on assisting hospitals in gaining a true picture of their compliance profiles through analysis and audit and advancing lasting solutions to provide enduring compliance and visibility. Prior to joining EHR, Dr. Zebrowitz founded Concuity, Inc. (formerly eHealthContracts), now part of the Advisory Board Company and served as its Vice President of Strategic Alliances.

Dr. Zebrowitz received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. He attended the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.