Senior Living

Richter Healthcare Consultants supports senior health living facilities throughout the U.S. with fully customized, leading-edge consulting services. Our service offerings encompass the broad spectrum of senior living operations through four broad categories:

Revenue Cycle Management

  • Claim management
  • Follow-up and denial management
  • Accounts Receivable analysis and clean up
  • All Medicare, Medicaid and commercial payers including Managed Care, MyCare and Medicare Advantage

Compliance and Process Review

  • Plans of correction
  • Mock survey preparation
  • Policies and procedures creation and review
  • Audit tools and forms
  • Clinical chart review

ADR Management

  • ADR submission preparation and review
  • Appeals process
  • Face-to-Face requirements and education

Staff Training and Education

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  • RICHTER APPOINTS KENNETH VOLL, RHIT, AS DIRECTOR OF REVENUE CYCLE MANAGEMENT
    Richter is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenneth Voll, RHIT, as Director of Revenue Cycle Management. In this position, Ken is responsible for overseeing Richter’s global revenue cycle management process and evaluating its impact on clients and staff through process improvement, relationship management and revenue cycle metrics. Richter’s customized revenue cycle management solutions are […]
  • How the New Medicare-Medicaid Crossover Change Will Affect Your LTPAC’s Financial Statements
    This past April, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) issued guidance on how crossover bad debts are to be recorded within the income statement. Typically, these amounts are written off to a contractual allowance revenue account. With this new guidance, these unpaid amounts for Medicare-Medicaid crossover claims must correctly be classified to a […]
  • 6 Steps to Reduce Harm in Nursing Homes
    In December 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Medicare Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organizations (QIN-QIOs) released the All Cause Harm Prevention in Nursing Homes Change Package, which was developed as a means to help prevent harm (i.e., adverse events, abuse, and neglect) for nursing home residents. The intended audience of this piece […]