A Practical Approach to Defending Against Medicare Advantage Payers
- Date: September 17, 2019
- Time: 2:00 pm ET | 11:00 am PT
- Duration: 60 minutes
Medicare limited the scope of the Revenue Recovery Contractors (RACs), now these same companies are working with Medicare Advantage payers. For the recovery auditors, MA is a virtual paradise compared to Medicare. No chart limits, no public bidding process, and an appeals process that is confusing and primarily controlled by the very payer whose denial is being questioned.
So, what do hospitals need to do about this? How should hospitals manage these new “denial tactics”?
Join this webinar to learn:
- Who are the “New RACs” and what tactics are they leveraging to reduce hospital revenue?
- What are the 5 areas targeted by the MA payers for revenue erosion?
- How do you monitor performance by payer across different hospital departments?
- How do you implement an action plan and monitor progress?
We hope you can join us for this webinar!
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Meet the Speakers
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.
Joseph R. Zebrowitz, MD
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.
Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Ms. Luisa Contreiras is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Versalus Health. Ms. Contreiras has over 25 years of experience in healthcare, data analytics, and information technology. She has served as Chief Information Officer in numerous organizations over the last 15 years and brings a deep understanding of healthcare claims data and hospital revenue cycle processes. Ms. Contreiras has led teams responsible for data analytics, software development and IT functions for payers, providers, and software companies, focusing specifically on reimbursement, compliance, and clinical data exchange.
Ms. Contreiras received her bachelor’s degree in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.