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Jennifer A. Hume

Director - Coding Compliance PSO

SCL Health

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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Bent Spruce Designs


Position, Physician Coding, Documentation and Compliance Group

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP


Affiliations

American Academy of Professional Coders

Member


Web References(12 Total References)


Diabetes Options > Articles

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According to Jennifer Hume, CPC, CPCO, CPMA, CEMC, a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), Salt Lake City, Utah, the four most prevalent coding myths are the following:


Diabetes Options > Articles

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According to Jennifer Hume, CPC, CPCO, CPMA, CEMC, a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), Salt Lake City, Utah, the four most prevalent coding myths are the following:
Hume debunks these common coding myths and explains how they can lead to professional and financial difficulties for physicians and physician practices. Undercoding Undercoding is a poor choice for several reasons. When they undercode, "physicians leave dollars on the table for medically appropriate services for patients," says Hume. Further, physicians who undercode may be placing themselves at increased risk for an audit because their coding is inconsistent with that of their peers. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) does extensive data mining and obvious inconsistencies will catch its attention, Hume says. For example, Doctor A bills everything at the lowest level of evaluation and management (E&M) service but all of his or her peers are at mid- or high-level E&M.


Revenue cycle management for any type of healthcare practice from Essential Healthcare Solutions.

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Jennifer Hume, CPC,CPCO, CPMA, CEMC, Vice President of auditing and compliance for the American Academy of Professional Coders Physician Services in Salt Lake City, warns that healthcare administration professionals are coming under increasing scrutiny for coding.


Healthcare credentialing and new provider enrollment from Essential Healthcare Solutions.

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Three-Day Payment Rule Affects Inpatient and Outpatient Coders | AAPC News

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Michelle A. Leppert, CPC-A, senior managing editor for justcoding.com talks with Jennifer Hume, CPC, CPMA, CEMC, vice president of auditing and compliance at AAPC Physician Services, and Mary Phelps, RHIA, CCS, CIRCC, CTR, CCDS, manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers, about the implications the three-day payment window has on outpatient coding.


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