BESLER Consulting publishes e-book focused on readmission reduction strategies

(Princeton, NJ, February 12, 2015) BESLER Consulting today announced the publication of an e-book focused on reducing hospital readmissions. Titled “Readmissions Reduction: A look at strategies for lowering hospital readmissions across the continuum of care,” the e-book explores the roles of patients and providers in reducing readmissions and reviews several strategies that each can implement […]

New Jersey Congressional Delegation expresses concern over limit to Medicare claims and eligibility data for hospitals

(PRINCETON, NJ February 2, 2015) – Through the lead efforts of Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) and Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ), the New Jersey Congressional Delegation issued a letter on January 22, 2015 to CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner expressing their concern over an announced change to the time limit that hospitals can access critical Medicare […]

2015 OPPS Final Rule Analysis Published by BESLER Consulting

A complimentary special report is now available. (PRINCETON, NJ, December 03, 2014) BESLER Consulting, a leading provider of Medicare revenue enhancement and protection services for hospitals, is pleased to announce that it has released a special report with an in-depth review of the FY 2015 Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) final rule recently posted by the […]

BESLER offers complimentary webinar exploring the true financial impact of hospital readmissions

BESLER will host a complimentary webinar titled, “The ‘true’ financial impact of readmissions,” on Thursday, November 6, 2014   (PRINCETON, NJ, October 16, 2014) – BESLER, a firm dedicated to helping hospitals enhance and protect their Medicare revenue, announced today that it will host a live, complimentary webinar titled, “The ‘true’ financial impact of readmissions”, […]

ISSUE BRIEF: “Implications of the Elimination of the Common Working File for Acute Care Hospitals”

THE ISSUE Currently, Medicare regulations allow providers to issue a “Good Cause” claim reopening outside of timely filing in situations where “new and material evidence” and “clerical errors” occur. These claim re-openings can be requested within four years from the date of the initial claim determination. Acute Care Hospitals and other providers are allowed to […]