WEBINAR: Billing for Behavioral Health in 2018 – Nov. 1

Attend Billing for Behavioral Health in 2018 and discover the top billing changes & challenges that may affect reimbursement in 2018

Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 | 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT

Do you know the difference between “Pay for Performance” versus “Pay for Reporting”? What about “Prospective Payment” versus “Capitation”?

2018 brings changes and challenges to behavioral health billing, many of which involve understanding how specific reimbursement methodologies based not only on the services provided but also the related clinical outcomes, most of which will affect your ability to be reimbursed for services rendered and the care you provide.

In this webinar, Echo Senior Knowledge Engineer Suki Norris, will review her list of the top reimbursement issues coming in 2018 and identify the relevance of each for specific types of behavioral health organizations.

WEBINAR: Billing for Behavioral Health in 2018:
Top Billing Changes & Challenges That May Affect Reimbursement

Learning Objectives

    During this 60-minute Webinar, you’ll learn to:

  • Identify and define the changes
  • Prioritize the changes by relevance to organizations
  • Define and capturing quality measures
  • Understand how claims data and clinical data is used to determine the quality of the services provided

Senior Knowledge Engineer expert Suki Norris

Echo’s Senior Knowledge Engineer, Suki Norris

Suki Norris, Senior Knowledge Engineer, The Echo Group — Suki is celebrating 20 years with the Echo Group and has more than 35 years of experience in healthcare including healthcare law, managed care and behavioral health. Suki has extensive experience with Medicaid waivers, meaningful use, and the Excellence in Mental Health Act. She has worked extensively in data analysis, including analysis of big data in support of clients and ongoing research. Her knowledge of behavioral health law has been sought by customers across the country as they address specific needs such as electronic health record (HIE) implementation and the challenges of HIE.

Suki received her Bachelor’s Degree in economics from Mills College and her Juris Doctor degree from Golden Gate University.

The Echo Group develops enterprise software applications that are designed specifically for and used by hundreds of behavioral health organizations nationwide.

Echo offers a suite of applications for administrative, clinical electronic health records and billing functions as well as software for managed care organizations which can be deployed as self-hosted or Software as a Service (SaaS).

Echo also offers Revenue Cycle Management, Information Technology support and Fiscal and Clinical Process Workflow Analysis.
Privately held since 1980, The Echo Group is headquartered in Conway, New Hampshire with additional offices in Ohio and California.