Welcome to the Cahaba Education and Outreach page of our website. Our overall goal is to provide our customers with effective, on time, on target education that is easily accessible and understandable. Visit our site often to stay informed about the most current Medicare program information.
CMS offers many ways to earn continuing education credit. The way you claim your credit depends on the source of the education. Please check the instructions from each source to learn how to claim your credit.
These teleconferences create the opportunity for providers to ask specific questions concerning billing and Medicare policies and procedures. ACTs also provide a means of sharing information and function as a tool for listening to the provider community.
A monthly publication containing news and updates from CMS and Cahaba.
Contains common computer based training (CBT) courses and the most recent recorded events (webinars and teleconferences) that you may have been unable to attend.
Listing of upcoming workshops, seminars, webinars, teleconferences, partnerships and special events. Registration is normally required to attend.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have a vast amount of information available online. Some of the most prominent links are available for your reference.
An official Medicare Learning Network® (MLN) branded CMS product that contains a week’s worth of news for Medicare Fee-for-Service (FFS) providers.
The CERT program was initiated by CMS and produces national, contractor-specific, and service-specific paid claim error rates, as well as a provider compliance error rate.
Reference guides and tools that provide information to help you understand Medicare benefits and claim processing.
This group provides input and feedback on training topics, provider/supplier education materials, and dates and locations of provider/supplier education workshops and events. Consisting of members primarily from the provider community, meetings are conducted 3 or 4 times per year.
This contractor is primarily responsible for identifying and correcting improper payments through the detection and collection of overpayments made on claims of health care services provided to Medicare beneficiaries, and the identification of underpayments to providers so that the CMS can implement actions that will prevent future improper payments.
If you are new to the Medicare program, or to billing claims to Cahaba GBA, this page contains basic information and resources to get you started.