At the end of 2016, the PQRS program ended and was replaced by CMS’ new Quality Payment Program. Audiologists are ineligible to formally participate in the new program during the first two years of the (2017 and 2018); however, there are opportunities for voluntary reporting. Learn more about voluntary reporting opportunities and find out the latest information related to the transition to the Quality Payment Program.
View Academy resources related to ICD-10 coding including a sample superbill template, a list of ICD-10 code pertinent to audiologists, and other helpful compliance information and important coding updates.
Under the leadership of the Business Enhancement Strategies and Techniques or BEST Committee, we've pulled together the very BEST tools and ideas to benefit every audiologist in every practice setting. You are welcome to adapt these materials for your own use.
The Academy offers a wealth of resources to ensure audiologists and audiology practices maintain compliance with applicable federal regulations and are aware of new regulatory requirements as that information becomes available.
Blinding Your Administration Team and Physicians with Science. Those of us who work in large medical facilities often are frustrated with how to help our management team and physicians understand the workings of audiology and our needs in providing patient care. From the simplest thing of add-on testing to the need for additional equipment and staffing, we can be challenged to push our departments forward to cutting edge, best practice care for our patients.
Review the latest and archived practice management articles from Audiology Today magazine, ranging from how to build a Web site, front office staff training, the patient’s waiting room experience, challenging economic times, and more.