What is Billing Compliance?
Billing compliance ensures all services in a trial are paid for by helping to reduce double billing and preventing billing for services that are not covered by the trial and are not medically necessary for the participant. There are many facets to billing compliance, and while making sure everything fits into place is time consuming, it’s a non-negotiable when it comes to conducting a successful clinical trial.
- Billing Compliance Basics: What Researchers Should Know
- 3 Key Steps for Building a Successful Research Billing
- How Technology and System Integration Can Improve Your Billing Compliance
- eBook: Building a Successful Clinical Research Billing Initiative
- Coverage Analysis: Standard of Care vs What Medicare Covers
- Steps to Enhance Clinical Trial Financial Management at Your Research Institution
- Steps to Operationalize Your Coverage Analysis and Achieve Compliant Billing Outcomes
Billing compliance is crucial to success in clinical research, and coverage analysis helps ensure correct billing. Our latest infographic outlines the impact coverage analysis has on billing compliance, non-compliance, and vendor selection.
A patient’s standard of care refers to an item or service done as part of their routine care. To address additional assessments outside the participant’s SOC, a coverage analysis is necessary.
In this Q&A, Dr. Luke Gelinas answers attendee questions from his webinar “Evaluating Payment to Participate in Research: Ethical and Regulatory Issues.”
Choosing the right CTMS can enhance your billing compliance and minimize risk.
Implementing and integrating a CTMS can be beneficial for your organization. Streamline your research operations with these 4 integrations.
Billing compliance makes sure all services in a trial are paid for by helping to reduce double billing and preventing billing for services that are not covered by the trial or are not medically necessary for the participant.
At the 2019 AACI-CRI Conference, leaders from across the industry collaborated and shared their strategies for enhancing the impact of academic cancer centers.
Streamlining Clinical Research Billing at the 13th Annual ExL Billing and Research Compliance Conference
The ExL Billing and Research Compliance Conference provided a unique opportunity for clinical research professionals to learn and collaborate on key billing compliance topics, including the need for technology in the billing process.
Expert webinar presenter answers attendee questions about steps for improving clinical research billing processes.
During this webinar, you’ll learn steps for operationalizing your coverage analysis across critical points of communication to achieve the billing, correct claims, and full reimbursement goals it drives.