38th SROA Annual Meeting - Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies Inc.

Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies is looking forward to networking with everyone at the SROA Annual Meeting. Join Tamara Syverson, BSRT(T), CHONC, and Ron DiGiaimo, MBA, FACHE, at the 2021 SROA Annual Meeting in Chicago IL, as they give virtual workshops covering hot topics and ways to optimize processes for oncology administrators. We will be exhibiting in person, so please stop by the booth to say hello and get more information on our products and services!

To register for this conference, visit https://www.sroa.org/meetings/conference-2021/

EOB – Coding/Operational/Financial Improvement

Presented by: Ron DiGiaimo, MBA, FACHE, CEO, RCCS

Oct. 26th, 2021 | 9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Looking for advice on improving your coding, operations, and finances? Ron DiGiaimo, MBA, FACHE has got you covered, with a virtual-only session that will focus on EOB audits how to conduct them and how to use them as a tool. This tool has ripple benefits on operations, clinical documentation, charge capture, insurance contracts, and the financial health of the practice.

What Is Your Time Worth? New Ideas for Tracking Productivity in Your Department

Presented by: Tamara Syverson, BSRT(T), CHONC and Trena Taylor, B.A., R.T (R)(T), CPC

Oct. 26th, 2021 | 9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Productivity is a key element in ensuring appropriate staffing in a radiation oncology department; however, measuring productivity effectively and accurately can be challenging. This presentation from RCCS experts Tamara Syverson, BSRT (T), CHONC, and Trena Taylor, B.A., R.T (R)(T), CPC will look at other methods of tracking productivity by use of our electronic medical record systems and other available tools with a focus on accuracy, efficiency, and customization to fit your department and practice patterns.

SRS and SBRT: Who, What, When, and Where

Presented by: Teri Bedard, RT (R)(T), CPC and Tamara Syverson, BSRT(T), CHONC

Oct. 24th, 2021 | 9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

The stereotactic technique has become a standard of care for many practices; however, the technique has different requirements for staff roles when compared to other standards of care external beam techniques. Not following these requirements could result in compliance risk, as many of these requirements are tied to correct coding and billing and potentially the accreditation for the facility. Teri Bedard, RT (R)(T), CPC and Tamara Syverson, BSRT(T), CHONC, will focus on the key staff members required to be involved in a stereotactic treatment course, as defined by Medicare, the American Medical Association, and other professional organizations.