Auditing & Compliance
Having an independent, external medical coding audit partner is an essential component of a well-rounded compliance program. Utilizing MRA audit experts will uncover your healthcare organization’s coding and/or documentation deficiencies.
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Our team of expert auditors can help with the variety of projects, assisting with:
Empower your coders. Enhance the quality of your medical records.
- Ensure compliance with regulatory and accrediting agencies
- Identifies reimbursement trends and opportunities
- Improves the accuracy of medical records and submitted claims
- Serves as an educational resource for your team
- MRA Audit feedback enhances the quality of your medical records, which will give your coders and providers more complete and thorough documentation
We contacted MRA to conduct a coding audit and our experience with the team has been exceptional. MRA team was prompt, timely, and professional throughout the engagement. MRA auditors were highly responsive and the feedback they offer is empowering to our coders. I wouldn’t hesitate to say that MRA comes highly regarded and recommended!”
Denise P., Coding Manager
In today’s constantly changing environment of claim requirements and regulatory modifications, it is more important than ever to have a robust coding and compliance auditing program to identify issues that can create risk and impact your revenue.
The MRA Approach
Client-Specific Audit Approach
Audit Reporting and Education
For over 35 Years, MRA has been providing superior auditing services to a variety of healthcare facilities of all sizes and types, including:
Decrease risk while reducing denied claims. Maintain compliance with efficient reimbursements. MRA can partner with you to design a customized auditing plan to help you pinpoint opportunities and resolve issues quickly, whenever they arise.
4 Charge Capture Process Approaches & Reasons for Inaccuracies
Proper charge capture processes are essential to compliance regulations. An outdated, non-existent, or poorly thought-out charge capture workflow can be devastating to a hospital and
The OIG Focus on Clinical Coding
The last 12-18 months has brought the healthcare industry many audit reports from the Office of Inspective General (OIG). These reports are always an important