Our consultants and experts serve as featured speakers at oncology industry events and trade shows. Look for them at the events listed below, or contact us to request a speaker for your own event.

ACCC 2017 Oncology Reimbursement Meeting
August 30, 2017
Rochester, NY

Join Ron DiGiaimo as he speaks the ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meeting on Preparing for Reimbursement Challenges of the Next 12 Months.  2017 brings updates to radiation oncology CPT codes in both the physician office and hospital setting. Hear strategies for the practical application of professional and technical codes in hospitals, cancer programs and practices, with attention to coding for prostate, breast and lung cancers, IMRT, 3D and SBRT.  Identify trends in coding and reimbursement and resources to overcome obstacles – from financial counseling and compliance, to authorization in medical and radiation oncology.

2017 Radiation Oncology Conference for Therapists and Dosimetrists
September 06 - 10, 2017
Niagara Falls, NY

Join Adam Brown on Friday, Sept 8th at 1:15pm as he presents Documenation and Coding Updates for Radation Oncology to the attendees of the 2017 Radiation Oncology Conference for Therapists and Dosimetrists. In this session, Adam will provide oncology staff with references and resources to assist in their day-to-day responsibilities in the realm of documentation, reimbursement and compliance.  He will also review current Medicare guidelines to assist in compliant documentation and code capture for procedures performed within the Radiation Oncology Department. The program will also inform the clinician on new updates and proposed rules for the 2018 calendar year.

59th ASTRO Annual Meeting
September 24 - 26, 2017
San Diego, CA

Stop by booth 732 and visit the Revenue Cycle Inc. team at the ASTRO Annual Meeting in San Diego.

Society for Radiation Oncology Administrators
September 24 - 27, 2017
San Diego, CA

Join Tamara Syverson and Teri Bedard for Exploring the Challenges of Coding and Billing for New and Trending Technology a session which will address the process of code development, pricing and payer acceptance, as well as the concepts of bundling and packaging affecting radiation oncology and new technologies. Examples of new technology, equipment and therapeutic trends will be discussed, including the available codes and payer requirements for hospitals, physicians and freestanding facilities.

In this session, Coding and Reimbursement, Ron DiGiaimo will prepare attendees for 2018 and the remainder of 2017 for appropriate coding, financial support and compliance risk minimization. Ron will present both a detailed and broad discussion from individual codes to Dx related coding for treatment. The discussion will include both professional only and hospital-based reimbursement so that all treatment types may benefit from the presentation.

Seasoned Radiology Oncology experts, Ron DiGiaimo and Cindy Parman, will help attendees avoid or survive a Radiation Oncology Audit in their presentation, Avoiding (or Surviving) the Radiation Oncology Audit. Join them as they review common areas of misunderstanding that may result in an audit or investigation. True coding compliance means that the physician, facility or cancer program has "audit-proofed" their documentation, coding and billing practices. Attendees will leave this session with an understanding of compliance and tools to survive in the Age of Audits!

Join Jennifer Buchanan and Adam Brown for a conversation about the trend of packaging and bundling CPT® codes in radiation oncology. Packaging and Bundling - What This Trend Means for You will provide overview of the each concept will be discussed as well as common errors during the code capture process and claim form reporting associated to bundling and packaging. The impact bundling and packaging have on reimbursement, ideas for tracking productivity for certain codes, and the potential of future bundling and packaging trends will be highlighted.

American Society of Radiologic Technologists
September 24 - 27, 2017
San Diego, CA

Ron DiGiaimo will cover basic, intermediate and complex coding scenarios of radiation oncology in Radiation Oncology Coding, Documentation, Compliance and Reimbursement. Attendees will learn the 2017 rules, proposed 2018 rules and practical tips to coding that can be implemented immediately upon return to the clinic. Ron will cover specific radiation oncology codes and how they are documented, plus useful combinations for total treatment regimens (e.g., prostate, breast and lung). He also will illustrate coding differences between IMRT, SRS, brachytherapy and infusion therapy.

Make time to hear Adam Brown present Ain't Nobody Got Time for That a program designed to provide a glimpse into the roles for therapists and dosimetrists in the realm of documentation, reimbursement and compliance. Adam will detail the importance of these job roles, as well review the current Medicare guidelines to assist in compliance documentation and code capture for procedures performed within the Radiation Oncology Department. He will also provide attendees with references and resources to assist therapists with their day-to-day responsibilities.

ACCC 2017 Oncology Reimbursement Meeting
November 15, 2017
Richmond, VA

Sit in on Ron DiGiaimo’s presentation at the ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meeting on Preparing for Reimbursement Challenges of the Next 12 Months as he updates radiation oncology CPT codes in both the physician office and hospital setting. Learn strategies for the professional and technical codes in hospitals, cancer programs and practices, including coding for prostate, breast and lung cancers, IMRT, 3D and SBRT.  Ron will delve into trends in coding and reimbursement and resources to overcome obstacles – from financial counseling and compliance, to authorization in medical and radiation oncology.

ACCC 2017 Oncology Reimbursement Meeting
December 12, 2017
Atlanta, GA

Hear Ron DiGiaimo as he speaks on Preparing for Reimbursement Challenges of the Next 12 Months at the ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meeting. In this presentation, Ron will discuss the 2017 updates to radiation oncology CPT codes in both the physician office and hospital setting. He will present strategies for the practical application of professional and technical codes in hospitals, cancer programs and practices, with attention to coding for prostate, breast and lung cancers, IMRT, 3D and SBRT.  In addition, he will be identify trends in coding and reimbursement and resources to overcome difficulties such as financial counseling, compliance and authorization in medical and radiation oncology.