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Fair Debt Collections Practice Act
The _____ was enabled to protect consumers from unfair collection services.
Certificate insured; Health Insurance Claim #
Reported in FL 60 on the UB-92 is the _____ and _____ assigned by the insurance company or government program to help identify the individual covered under the plan.
Claim form; Reimbursement
_____ and _____ have in common that the claim form is submitted to payers, reimbursement is determined based on information reported on the claim form, and submission of a clean claim can ensure accurate, efficient processing and appropriate reimbursement.
The _____ claim form is used to submit charges for outpatient professional services provided by hospital employed providers.
Prohibited under the terms of payer's contracts, _____ refers to the act of invoicing a patient in excess of the payer's approved amount.
Commercial payer's commonly use fee schedules, UCRs, case rates, per diems and _____ to reimburse for inpatient hospital services.
_____ has improved claim processing b/c data from the claim form no longer needs to be manually input into a computer.
APCs; DRGs; RBRVs
Methods used by the government programs to provide reimbursement to hospitals for outpatient and inpatient services include _____, _____ and _____.
Treatment Authorization Code
The _____ is the payer provided number recorded on the UB-92 when services are authorized.
_____ are surgical in nature, carry high procedural or anesthetic risk and require specialized training.
Managed care plans commonly use contract rate and _____ to reimburse for outpatient and inpatient hospital services.
The _____ system captures charges for health care services and ites, posts them to the patients account and bills them to the claim form.
Intergrated delivery system; Primary network
The difference between an _____ and a _____ is a network of facilities that best suits ones needs and the other is made up of primary care doctors.
T/F: Advances in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions, technologym standards of medical care and an increase in number of patients seen in hospitals are factors that influence the rise in health care costs in the 1990s.
_____ was implemented to improve continuation of insurance coverage, prevent and detect fraud and abuse, simplify the administration of health insurance and protect the privacy of health information.
Qualtiy Patient care; Public health improvement; Health care costs
Three areas of governmental responsibility related to health care are _____, _____ and ______.
Joint commision and American Osteopathic Association are two organizations involved in the _____ of hospitals.
Health Information Management
_____ is responsible for maintaining records, auditing...ALL OF THE ABOVE.
Clinical; Administrative; Financial; Operational
Hospital functions are generally categorized into _____, _____, _____ and _____.
As related to medical necessity, _____ are conducted to ensure medical necessity.
To avoid breach of confidentiaility, health care providers must have patients approve release of their confidential health information with a _____.
The purpose of the _____ is to obtain information for evaluating, billing and treating.
The _____ signed by the patient instructs the insurance company or government plan to forward the benefits to the hospital.
Physicians orders outline instructions regarding diagnostic and therapeutic care that the patient is to receive during the inpatient stay according to the treatment plan. The _____ writes the order.
Coded health care data
_____ are the primary key to reimbursement, used for statistical analysis by hospitals, insurance companies, & health care facilities, used for research and study.
The most significant outcome of patient care services rendered in a physician's office is the _____.
The tabular list of diseases, two supplemental classifications, and appendices of the ICD-9-CM manual can be found in _____.
Volume 3 of the ICD-9-CM is used by hospitals and other facilities to code _____.
The terms, punctuation marks, abbreviations and symbols used in a coding system to communicate special instructions are collectively referred to as _____.
Trick question: ICD-9-CM's numeric listing of patient signs, symptoms, injury, illness, disease, and other reasons for the visit are contained in _____.
Volume 3 procedure coding system
Developed for submitting claims to Medicare carriers, the ICD-9-CM _____ is used to describe services, procedures, and items when a code cannot be found in the CPT.
Providers use _____ on the claim form to explain why procedures and services are required.
HCPCS level 1
The _____ and/or HCPCS level 2 procedure coding system is used to report procedures, services, and items for hospital outpatient services.
Category 1 Codes
_____ are found in the CPT in sections titles "E/M," "Anesthesia," "Surgery." "Radiology," "Pathology/Laboratory," and "Medicine."
Category 3 codes
Found after the "Medicine" section in CPT, _____ represent new procedures or services and emerging technology.
HCPCS Level 1; CPT; HCPCS Level 2
The guideline for determining whether to use a _____, _____, or _____ code...use a CPT code unless a code that adequately describes the service, procedure, or time cannot be found in CPT, When a code cannot be found in CPT, refer to HCPCS Level 2 manual, use HCPCS codes when required by the payer.
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