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The Audit Team, ACU-Serve formalize partnership

March 10, 2014HME News Staff

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio - The Audit Team has partnered with ACU-Serve to provide billing audits and appeals consulting services, and government compliance help. “It is impossible for dedicated HME/DME companies to both serve patients and adapt procedures every time a law or insurance policy is changed,” said Stephanie Green, general counsel and chief consulting officer for The Audit Team, in a release. In February, ACU-Serve co-founder Jim Knight stepped into the role of CEO and announced...

ACU-Serve, Jim Knight, Stephanie Greene, The Audit Team

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The Audit Team changes structure

December 20, 2013Liz Beaulieu, Editor

CANTON, Ohio - Now that it has completed a contract with a large HME provider, plus made some internal changes, The Audit Team is ready to “crank it back up” in 2014.For the better part of 2013, Stephanie Morgan Greene, president of The Audit Team, was working with the provider as an interim compliance officer—a role that took up much of the company's bandwidth.“We were managing our core group of clients, but we made a conscious effort to hold back on new clients until that...

Rick Worstell, Stephanie Greene, The Audit Team

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MTS preview: Can you answer these three questions?

March 8, 2013Jennifer Keirn

LAS VEGAS: When an audit action plan is working correctly, any HME business owner should immediately be able to answer three questions—how many audits did we get, how many have we responded to, and what were the results? That's the advice Stephanie Greene of The Audit Team will offer Medtrade Spring attendees. HME News: What's the most important element of an audit action plan? Stephanie Greene: Just knowing that an audit has hit your door. I hear all the time that audits have...

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The Audit Team assists providers affected by Sandy

November 19, 2012HME News Staff

CANTON, Ohio - The Audit Team is offering providers in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy free and significantly reduced fees for the next 60 days. “We were encouraged to read the CMS announcement that it would give providers in the area a 30-day reprieve from additional documentation requests,” stated Rick Worstell, founder and CEO of The Audit Team, in a press release. “We also realize that many providers will need much more than 30 days to get their operations up and running again....

CMS, Hurricane Sandy, The Audit Team

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