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Nursing Home Place of Service Audits - Billing, Coding, Documentation and Clinical Care

The OIG has released an update to their Work Plan.  The most recent update includes evaluation of physician reporting of place of service (POS).  Specifically, the OIG plans to conduct audits to identify claims improperly reported as rendered in a physician office (POS 11) when the service was rendered in an inpatient hospital setting (POS 21) or a skilled nursing facility (POS 31). Many Podiatrists are being audited for this Place of Service Issue.   

This webinar will cover proper documentation, coding and quality of care for patients seen in facilities such as Skilled Nursing Facilities.  We will also cover issues related to qualifying patients for at risk foot care and the proper documentation and follow up necessary for these patients.
In addition to this being a quality of care issue, lack of proper documentation can lead to issues related to pre and post payment audits, malpractice claims, and other potential issues.

Course Price $45.00
Information Of Course


Michael Warshaw, DPM Qualifying Patients for At Risk Foot Care – What are the Published Standards?

Allen Jacobs, DPM Proper Documentation and Follow-up for Patients Who Are Qualified for At Risk Foot Care

Michael Warshaw, DPM Proper Coding to Achieve Proper Reimbursement for the Care Provided

Allen Jacobs, DPM & Michael Warshaw, DPM Being Able to Respond to a Quality-of-Care Audit, Billing Audit, or Malpractice Claim

Michael Brody, DPM Understand How to Address Quality Reporting for MIPS for Your Nursing Home Patients

What Will You Learn?
  • Understand proper documentation to qualify patients for At Risk Foot Care
  • Know the proper follow up after qualifying patients for At Risk Foot Care
  • Produce proper documentation of the patients status and the care provided
  • Know the proper method of billing for the care you provided
  • Understand how to address Quality Reporting for MIPS for your Nursing Home Patients

Refund Policy

No refunds are available for online courses

Compliance Statement

The information contained in this presentation does not establish a standard of care, nor does it constitute legal advice.

The information is for general informational purposes only and is prepared from a perspective to aid in understanding the pathology.

In accordance with the Council on Podiatric Medical Education's Standards and Requirements for Approval of Providers of Continuing Education in Podiatric Medicine, any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests of faculty, planning committee, or any others who have influence over the content of this educational activity must be disclosed to program participants. There are no conflicts of interest to disclose for this program

Commercial Interests: No commercial interest provided financial support for this continuing education activity.

Target Audience

All Medical Professionals who provide care to patients in Nursing Homes