HCC Coders provides the staff & software health plan providers need for fast & accurate HCC Coding in Minneapolis MN
HCC coding in Minneapolis MN has been a vital activity for health plan providers serving Medicare Advantage populations since 2004. Considering the fact that HCC codes must be re-captured every 12 months, and that missing the deadline will result in a 6-month revenue gap, naturally plan providers want to do everything in their power to stay on top of HCC coding tasks. HCC Coders can help.
Get Expert HCC Coding in Minneapolis MN
HCC codes are assigned to patients based on their medical conditions, which are described by thousands of different ICD 9 and ICD 10 codes. Without correct coding, you can’t maximize reimbursements, so naturally you want to hire only the best HCC coding professionals who are familiar with the latest code sets. When you find your staff through HCC Coders, that’s exactly what you can expect. All of our coders are pre-screened and fully trained in HCC coding services. Hire a few coders to supplement your own staff, or outsource all your coding to us. Our coders can help with all aspects of HCC coding in Minneapolis MN, including:
- Complete and accurate abstraction of codes from all types of charts
- Validation of ICD 9 and ICD 10 diagnosis codes with medical records
- Retrospective risk adjustment
- Code validation
- Error checks
- Part C and Part D coding
- Prospective risk adjustment
- Prospective annual visit forms
- Improved submission speed and accuracy
- Updates on changes in coding and reporting regulations
Our HCC Coding Software
When it comes to getting your HCC coding in Minneapolis MN done, you need to consider both speed and accuracy in order to avoid missing your deadlines or making errors that will result in reduced reimbursements. Our proprietary software, HCC Navigator, can help you make improvements on both counts. The software enables charts to be sent to coders online and codes to be returned the same way for a faster workflow. It also provides an easy tool for auditing the HCC and ICD 10 coding on a chart-by-chart basis to ensure accuracy.