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WESTCHESTER, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) Principles and Practices Board has an issue analysis, Accounting for RAC Audit Adjustments and Exposures, which will be released to association members at HFMA’s 2010 ANI: The Healthcare Finance Conference, June 20-23rd. “The issue analysis clarifies certain accounting and reporting issues resulting from Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) audits,” says HFMA’s Rick Gundling, Vice President, Healthcare Financial Practices. “These issues involve proper revenue recognition when confronted with a RAC audit adjustment.”
HFMA is the first organization to publish guidance on how to handle these accounting and financial report issues around RAC audits.
The issue analysis provides accounting guidelines for healthcare finance leaders who must respond to RAC audits and adjustments, including the following situations:
“We've heard from many of our members that RAC audit adjustments have been a particular pain point and that accounting practice needed to be applied consistently. Because of the potential for significant payment reductions, the P&P Board determined that it warranted specific guidance on revenue recognition” says Dick Clarke, President and CEO.
To request an advance copy of Accounting for RAC Audit Adjustments and Exposures or if you need additional information, please call the contact number listed above.
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