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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  • Strengthening Long-Term and Skilled Nursing Revenue Cycle Management Processes | Richter
    Ask any revenue cycle professional in the long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) realm how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted their organization’s revenue, and you’ll likely get exasperated looks, and very similar answers. The pandemic – unprecedented in our time – has caused financial and operational disruptions – and particularly cash flow problems – that have […]
  • Hiring a Skilled Nursing/Long-Term Care Clinical Consultant
      Skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), senior care facilities and long-term care facilities come in all shapes and sizes, but they all have a common goal: optimizing resident care and enhancing outcomes. Achieving this is no easy feat—it takes skill, planning, foresight and execution in many areas, including revenue cycle management, accounting and finance, Medicare compliance, […]
  • COVID-19 PPE in Long-Term Post-Acute Care Facilities | | Richter
    As part of a long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) facility’s regular risk assessment, leadership and staff should collaboratively develop written emergency preparedness plans to prepare for and respond to an array of disasters and crises—including epidemics and/or pandemics. Enter the coronavirus (COVID-19), which has rocked the LTPAC landscape during 2020. While its effects are wide-ranging and […]