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Cracking the Code to Healthcare Billing, Coding and Reimbursement

A leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance.

Medical billing, coding, and reimbursement are the triumvirate that constitute the heart of a healthcare financial system. These three systems work in tandem with each other; yet, one miss in the cog in the wheel results in utter chaos. The whole system can go into disarray.

A marathon, four-hour session that is being organized on October 17 by GlobalCompliancePanel, a leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance, will explain all these elements in detail, so that confusions regarding the same can be eliminated.

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At this session, which meets AAPC guidelines for 6.0 Core A continuing education units, Rich Hendriksen, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Nokomis Health, will be the expert. Kindly log on to https://www.globalcompliancepanel.com/virtual-seminar/4-hour-virtual-seminar-on-medical-claims-boot-camp—cracking-the-code-to-healthcare-billing,-coding-and-reimbursement-10309LIVE to register for this valuable session.

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At this course, the expert will explain the fundamentals of medical billing, coding, and reimbursement. He will show how all of these components work with each other. He will demonstrate how to practically apply all the latest industry knowledge and standards. As a result of this learning, those who work with medical claims and claims data stay ahead of the game. They will learn the following:

  • The claim flow process from registration through adjudication and payment
  • How physicians and hospitals set and manage charges
  • Critical data elements on the two major claim forms and what they mean
  • How and why the major coding systems are utilized
  • How various reimbursement methods are used by payors.

The expert will organize the learning in this session into three parts: the life cycle of a claim, coding systems, and reimbursement. He will explain each of these in depth.

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About the expert: Rich has 30 years of experience in healthcare systems, coding, billing, and reimbursement. He has led managed care departments and provider contracting units at a variety of organizations, including hospitals, clinics, and health plans.

Rich has worked with over 70 different organizations, ranging from hospitals and clinics to third-party administrators, law firms, and internet-based companies. As a respected industry expert, he is well known for his unparalleled depth of knowledge in all aspects of healthcare coding, billing and reimbursement.

Medical Device Recalls: How to Properly, Compliantly and Promptly Deal with a Recall

It will be beneficial to all device manufacturers and is recommended for any individuals or teams that are involved in post marketing of medical devices. 

The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) authorizes FDA to order recalls of medical devices, under certain circumstances (e.g., situations involving serious and immediate hazards to health) and controls.  With very few exceptions, device recalls by companies are voluntary.

There are three regulations promulgated by FDA that define their authority and the requirements applicable to device manufacturers and importers for the correction or removal-collectively known as recall-of medical devices; the requirements for these regulations are outlined in 21 CFR §7, 21 CFR §806, and 21 CFR §810. Each of these regulations is presented in detail in the following pages. Compliance with these three regulations also touches upon other regulations administered by FDA.

Failure to properly report events and take corrective and removal actions can cause costly problems for a manufacturer and can be life threating for consumer. The number of device companies having their recall classified as a Class 1 (most severe) has surged in the past three years.  We will take the time to interact though the day to navigate all aspect of the recall process

This course will provide understanding recall compliance and the interrelationship on Complaint Handling, CAPA, and Risk Management processes. It will be beneficial to all device manufacturers and is recommended for any individuals or teams that are involved in post marketing of medical devices.

Join Rita Hoffman, RAC an expert in the field of Post-Market Compliance.  Not only will you learn from her over her 40 years in both FDA as a Compliance Officer and Ombudsman, learning from her stories of what not to do, but you will take back a desktop manual on Post-Market reference guide.

Areas covered by the Instructor:

Determine what actions are taken in a medical device recall

  • Cite the regulatory requirements for recalls/ field actions regarding medical devices
  • Reference and use medical device recall authority and guidance documents
  • Identify and understand the applicable regulatory standards and guidance documents
  • Identify the different recall types and classifications
  • Explain what types of communications are required
  • Define what effectiveness checks are
  • Outline the steps required to terminate a recall and what regulatory reports and records are required for a device recall
  • Understand how to comply with complicated Compliant Handling, MDR and Recall requirements
  • Firms MDR reporting and FDA’s handling of MDR reports
  • Company preparation in the event of a Recall, recall strategy, notification letter and communicating with the FDA
  • Minimize your risk of regulatory enforcement actions
  • Understand the relationship and interaction with other quality system elements as they relate to complaints and reportable events
  • Walk-through of case examples
  • Discussion of FDA’s New Guidance’s on Risk and how it interacts with Recalls

Medical Device Adverse Event Reporting Systems in EU, Canada and US

Medical device firms’ obligation doesn’t end upon obtaining a marketing clearance, approval, or certificates. Medical device manufacturers are required to report adverse events to the authorities (e.g., Competent Authorities, Health Canada and US FDA), where applicable.

To achieve compliance and to remain compliant with the adverse event reporting requirements, it is imperative that medical device manufacturers understand what requirements apply and how to meet the said requirements.

This webinar will walk you through to help you understand and stay in conformity with the adverse event reporting requirements in EU, Canada and US.

This webinar will help you profoundly change your way of planning, developing, implementing and following your relevant and applicable processes in a more efficient and effective manner.

Why should you attend : Medical device manufacturers are required to report adverse events to the authorities (e.g., Competent Authorities, Health Canada and US FDA), where applicable.

To achieve compliance and to remain compliant with the adverse event reporting requirements, it is critical to accurately interpret and understand what requirements apply and how to meet the said requirements.

This webinar will walk you through to help you understand and stay in conformity with the adverse event reporting requirements in EU, Canada and US.

Areas Covered in the Session

  • Applicable and relevant regulations in EU, Canada and US
  • Definitions
  • Medical device adverse event reporting requirements in EU, Canada and US.
  • Medical device vigilance system during the post-production phase in EU.
  • Mandatory medical device problem reporting requirements in Canada.
  • Mandatory medical device reporting requirements in US.
  • Review of actual reporting forms in EU, Canada and US
  • Applicable and relevant guidance documents
  • Conclusion

Who Will Benefit:

  • Regulatory Affairs Managers, Directors and VPs
  • Clinical Affairs Managers, Directors and VPs
  • Quality Managers, Directors and VPs
  • Quality Managers, Directors and VPs
  • Compliance Managers and Directors
  • Sales and Marketing Managers, Directors, and VPs
  • Complaint Handling and Risk Management Managers and Directors
  • Site Managers, Directors, and Consultants
  • Senior and Executive Management
  • Compliance Officers and Legal Counsel
  • Business Development Managers, Directors, and VPs

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Effective Complaint Handling Guidelines serve as a basis for improvements in medical devices

Effective Complaint Handling Guidelines serve as a basis for improvements in medical devices1Far from being frowned upon, complaints should serve as an opportunity for medical device manufacturers to understand the customer’s expectations better and lead to improvements in the product quality.

The FDA describes a complaint as “any written, electronic, or oral communication that alleges deficiencies related to the identity, quality, durability, reliability, safety, effectiveness, or performance of a device after it is released for distribution”.

FDA’s complaint handling guidelines are critical for ensuring that an organization maintains safety with regard to the medical devices they manufacture. Errors in medical devices can result in complaints, and improper handling of complaints can lead to problems for the patient, ranging from injury to fatality.

It is to prevent these problems that the FDA has issued complaint handling guidelines. FDA’s thinking is based on the reasoning that a complaint may be an indicator of serious safety, but implementing effective complaint handling guidelines can greatly mollify the gravity of the issue. It is also the first step to initiating new product development, which in turn has the potential to greatly reduce risks associated with noncompliance.

Regulations in place

Provisions relating to effective complaint handling provisions are contained in FDA 21 CFR Part 820 and GxP regulations.

Firstly, these complaint handling guidelines require medical device manufacturers to maintain complaint files. Manufacturers have to make this the first step towards establishing a sustainable complaint management system.

Secondly, Section 198 of Part 820 warrants the following:

effectiveComplaintHandlingGuidelinesThirdly, FDA 21 CFR Part 820 requires the manufacturer to establish and maintain procedures for the receipt, review, and evaluation of complaints.

What should records of investigation contain?

Records of investigation should contain the following:

  • Identifiers related to the device and reported event
  • If Medical Device Reporting is made, it should investigate the following:
    • Whether there were any specifications the device failed to meet
    • Whether it was for treatment or for diagnosis that the device was being used
    • In what way the device was related to the reported event, if applicable

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Design Control for Medical Devices

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Design Control for medical devices is of utmost importance to the medical device industry. In order to get a grasp of its importance, one needs to get an understanding of what Design Control is. In simple terms, Design Control for medical devices is a set of logical and linear steps that medical device manufacturers have to take to ensure that:

  1. The medical device being manufactured is safe
  2. The medical device manufacturer follows all the steps and procedures for ensuring that the device it develops is what was meant to be developed
  3. Design controls for medical devices have to be put in place to ensure that the final product – the medical device – meets all the required and prescribed regulatory procedures and guidelines and meets the customer’s expectation

In short and simple terms, design controls for medical devices are verifiable and provable assurances that medical device manufacturers have taken adequate steps to guarantee that a medical device meets its set of required standards and procedures to ensure its safety and meet customer requirements.

FDA and ISO expectations of design controls for medical devicesBoth the FDA and the ISO have regulatory requirements from medical devices that expect some Design Control standards. The FDA’s requirements for design controls for medical devices are spelt out in FDA 21 CFR 820.30, while ISO 13485 is the standard for design controls for medical devices. Although formed by different regulatory or standards bodies; both the FDA 21 CFR 820.30 and the ISO 13485 are essentially similar. Their purview of the areas of design controls for medical devices is almost identically similar to each other. Sections of the FDA 21 CFR 820.30 and the ISO 13485 speak of requirements relating to the following in their various sections:

In just one area of design controls for medical devices, namely Design History File, there is a small difference, in that while the FDA’s regulatory requirements for design controls for medical devices include DHF; in the case of the ISO 13485, this is treated separately.

There is thus near total convergence between the FDA 21 CFR 820.30 and the ISO 13485 when it comes to design controls for medical devices.

Basic requirements of FDA 21 CFR 820.30 and ISO 13485Both the FDA 21 CFR 820.30 and the ISO 13485 have expectations for design controls for medical devices. These are the core areas:

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