2:00 PM Today – Webinar: The Ins and Outs of HCC Coding for Better Reimbursement

by Phil C. Solomon on July 31, 2017

in Medical Coding,Revenue Cycle Management

Do you have risk-adjusted physician services contracts for your Medicare Advantage patients? Then read on…you may be leaving money on the table by missing proper codes and creating inaccurate HCC coding.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about risk adjusted HCCs and the strategies that will keep you in compliance and ensure that you maximize the reimbursement due to you.

Register today: Webinar: The In’s and Out’s of HCC Coding for Better Reimbursement 

You will learn:

  • Trends affecting the healthcare industry
  • What is risk adjustment HCCs and how are they reimbursed?
  • Why is risk adjustment important for compliance and reimbursement?
  • HCC types and programs
  • Calculating the financial ROI for properly identifying and coded HCCs
  • Strategies for HCC compliance and reimbursement improvement


Amber Broadwater – MBA, RHIA, LHRM, ICD-10 Trainer – Vice President of Client Services, Coding Division at MiraMed Global Services.

Phil C. Solomon – Vice President of Marketing Strategy and Thought Leadership at MiraMed Global Services

Save Your Spot – Register today: Webinar: The In’s and Out’s of HCC Coding for Better Reimbursement 

For more information, contact Phil Solomon at phil.solomon@miramedgs.com


Phil C. Solomon is the publisher of Revenue Cycle News, a healthcare business information blog and serves as the Vice President of Marketing Strategy for MiraMed, a healthcare revenue cycle outsourcing company.  As an executive leader, he is responsible for creating and executing sales and marketing strategies which drive new business development and client engagement. Phil has over 25 years’ experience consulting on a broad range of healthcare initiatives for clinical and revenue cycle performance improvement.  He has worked with industry’s largest health systems developing executable strategies for revenue enhancement, expense reduction, and clinical transformation. He can be reached at philcsolomon@gmail.com

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