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 Compliance Process
- Top 3 Myths about Clinical Research Billing Compliance
- Participating in Qualifying Clinical Trials? Implement These Best Practices to Ensure Compliance
- How Technology and System Integration Can Improve Your Billing Compliance
- How to Train Coordinators in Clinical Research Billing Rules
- Solutions for Research Billing Compliance
- eBook: Building a Successful Clinical Research Billing Initiative
CTMS-EMR integrations can provide significant benefits to research organizations, but it’s important to ensure that you’re leveraging the strengths of each system.
Integrating your clinical trial management system and electronic medical record can improve your workflows, patient safety and more.
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Billing compliance can be particularly difficult for clinical research sites participating in qualifying clinical trials. Use these tips to decrease your risk for non-compliance and gain the revenue you rightfully earn.
If your clinical research site isn’t consistently billing sponsors for these five things, you’re missing out on revenue you’ve rightfully earned. Register for our upcoming webinar, where we’ll discuss additional items you should be billing sponsors for.
Join us for this webinar, where Kristi Etchberger and MaryAnn Giallombardo of Clinical Research Billing will discuss the top 10 ways sites leave money uncollected, and what you can do about it.
Ryan Meade of Loyola Law School in Chicago discusses the ideal sample size when conducting a clinical research billing audit.
Learn how far back you need to look when conducting clinical research billing audits and why, as well as what changes may be coming down the road.