Medicare/Medicaid Training Bundle

Created for new billing and revenue cycle staff and those who need a refresher, this training provides a foundation for the intricacies of federal payment programs, especially in the context of health center operations.  Over several months, participants will have access to three live workshops and two recorded webinars, leaving with a firm footing and a deeper understanding of these complex systems. For more information or to purchase the bundle, click here

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Medicare for FQHCs

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Compliance and the FQHC Revenue CycleNovember 14, 2023 | Virtual Classroom
New Opportunities in the CCBHC ProgramAvailable On-Demand
Health Center and the No Surprises Act: Where We Stand in 2023Available On-Demand


Workshops & Trainings

Medicare for FQHCs

A new training developed just for health centers to help your organization address challenges and identify opportunities in serving Medicare patients. This workshop will cover provider enrollment policies, billing and coding practices, fee schedules, and service offerings, among other key topics.

Medicaid for FQHCs

This workshop is intended to convey an understanding of a health center’s enrollment and participation in the Medicaid program together with the associated rights and obligations.  The workshop will assist FQHCs with understanding their Medicaid per visit rate, whether that rate is derived from a prospective payment system (“PPS”) methodology or alternative payment methodology (“APM”).

Managed Care Contracting Strategies

    Are you getting the most out of your Managed Care Organization (MCO) agreements? This workshop will teach you how to better prepare for and negotiate favorable participation agreements with MCOs.

    Compliance and the FQHC Revenue Cycle

    This day-long virtual training focuses on key areas of regulation that federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) encounter at each stage of the revenue cycle, from enrolling the FQHC with federal programs to "on-boarding" clinicians to self-auditing filed claims. The curriculum will address key sources of law, regulation and program guidance, revenue cycle compliance risk areas, Medicare and Medicaid audits and auditing entities and provide an overview of audit processes.