Getting Paid in Behavioral Healthcare
Salt Lake City, UT
July 21, 2015
ICD-10. ACA. Parity.
These “new” concerns, as well as ongoing issues regarding third-party reimbursement, occupy much of providers daily responsibilities. “Getting paid” in behavioral healthcare means:
- getting clients in the door
- providing reimbursable services
- ensuring payers remit within a reasonable time frame
Successful organizations are not only finding ways to ensure they have robust finances, they’re also attracting the interest of investors looking to help grow their operations.
Behavioral Healthcare magazine has organized a panel of experts to discuss relevant issues facing providers of all stripes in mental health, substance use, and eating disorder treatment organizations: residential treatment centers, IOP settings, sober living homes, and private practices, among others.
- Understand the impact of government regulations on reimbursement
- Address how marketing practices ultimately affect the bottom line
- Explore new technological opportunities available to provider organizations
Listen to what our panelists had to say:
Bill McCormick, of Medivance Billing Inc., states that the Affordable Care Act is a major game changer, and strongly suggests that facilities integrate those clients into their existing models.
Dan Gemp, of Dreamscape Marketing, discusses strategies for providers to stay up-to-date on successfully reaching clients.
Jon Winther, of Best Notes, discusses the role of outcomes in getting paid in behavioral health.
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