RBC801: To Bill or Not to Bill?
Jul 15 10:00am - Jul 15 12:00pm · Zoom/Virtual/Remote

This live course is being offered through Zoom as a virtual class until further notice. Once you register, you will receive an automatic email confirmation.

Closer to the scheduled class date, you will receive an email from the instructor that will include:

Do NOT share the Zoom meeting link. Only participants who have registered through myTraining will receive credit for attendance. Please email OCR-Training@ahc.ufl.edu if you have additional questions.

Course Description: Does your study qualify for Medicare/third party payer reimbursement? Not sure? This course will help you understand the reimbursement policy for clinical research studies. We will also discuss what items/services can be billed to Medicare/third party payers and how to appropriately code these claims. Course attendees will practice using the Medicare Coverage Analysis Worksheet to determine if a clinical research study qualifies for coverage.

Audience: If you work as an investigator, administrator, coordinator, coding or billing specialist, or have a role that involves ordering any protocol-required clinical services that are intended to be billed to patients/third party payers, this course is for you!

Learning Objectives: As a result of participation in this activity, participants should be able to:
  • Apply Medicare clinical research policy and device policy to determine if a study “qualifies” for coverage of “routine costs”.
  • Complete a Medicare Coverage Analysis Worksheet.
  • Assign Medicare codes to covered clinical service.


Duration: 2 Hours

Nursing CE Contact Hours: You must attend the entire course in order to receive Nursing CE credit (2 hours). This program is jointly provided by UF Health Shands and the UF Office of Clinical Research. UF Health Shands is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Conflicts of Interest: The presenters/authors/members of the planning committee for this course do not have financial arrangements, interests or affiliations related to the subject matter of the presentation.

Prerequisite: