Learning module series on billing, for Ryan White-funded Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and AIDS Services Organization (ASOs).
Billing & Reimbursement
Collection of tools on third-party billing and reimbursement and calculating the cost of care.
Webinars and Training
Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC)July 2019
CRE TA Center, National Center for Innovation in HIV CareMay 2016
This webinar provides steps agencies can take to bill for services that enhance their financial sustainability.
Training resources on enhancing billing systems to maximize revenues, covering CPT and ICD codes in the HIV/AIDS care context.
Tools and Job Aids
CRE TA CenterMay 2017
Tips for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipients and sub-recipients on ways to improve contracting and billing processes.
CRE TA CenterMarch 2016
This is a tool for conducting a cost analysis. It outlines the process of determining the unit cost, or the average cost, of providing specific services. This is calculated over a defined period of time. This allows the information to be used to bill and secure reimbursement for services provided.
CRE TA CenterSeptember 2015
Tool for assessing organization regarding areas of importance to insurers and that support maximizing revenue from contracting activities.
West County Health CentersMarch 2013
Form for clients explaining the maximum annual amount of costs patients will incur for RWHAP services they receive.
Reports and Best Practices
Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC)May 2018
Results of needs assessment to guide the development of training and technical assistance services to help ASOs and CBOs increase their capacity to provide direct HIV care and treatment.
Fact sheet to explain policies and procedures for ADAPs to follow to ensure that Ryan White funds are used as the payer of last resort, including for Medicaid.
Summary of survey findings on third party billing practices of state health departments and their local providers, with an action step chart for health departments in building the billing capacity of agencies.