Skilled Nursing

Richter Healthcare Consultants supports skilled nursing providers throughout the U.S. with fully customized, leading-edge consulting services. Our service offerings encompass the broad spectrum of skilled nursing 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

Are you looking for a consulting services provider for your skilled nursing organization? Request more information, or request a free consultation.

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    The new Medicare fee-for-service reimbursement model known as Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) will drastically change how reimbursement will be determined. In the past, the Resource Utilization Groups (RUG-IV) have determined reimbursement, in which the amount of therapy a resident received played a significant part in the amount of reimbursement the facility received for that […]
  • Tips on Choosing Diagnoses for the LTPAC Resident Stay
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  • Understanding the CMS Requirements of Participation Past and Future
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