Monitor Potential FWA: Overutilization of High-Level Codes
In our latest blog, we discuss a recent OIG report that found Medicare could have saved millions of dollars by monitoring providers who billed the highest reimbursable codes. It shows how certain code descriptions were miscounted by providers, causing higher reimbursements that weren't owed. Click below to learn and read more.
NPI Guidance Can Help Your FWA Detection
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released new guidance that may affect certain providers wanting to obtain an NPI if they don’t already have one. These guidelines are important for you and your health plan to have protection against fraud, waste, or abuse (FWA) in your claims.
Fraud Spotlight: Why Modifier 25 FWA Continues
A pain management practice will pay $625k from a False Claims Act violation. Similar cases give an importance to Fraud, Waste, and Abuse (FWA) protection, and the use of E/M codes would have detected an abnormality on similar claims. Read more to find out how.
Dental Fraud in Medicaid
A multi-million dollar dental fraud scheme provides an example to the benefits of having fraud, waste, and abuse (FWA) protection. Click to learn more.
Why Fraud Analytics Are Important to You
A multi-million dollar scheme serves as a prime example to the benefits of Fraud, Waste, and Abuse (FWA) protection. The story of a doctor performing an alarmingly high amount of surgeries not typically conducted by their specialty is awakening to the need for robust safeguarding solutions.