Health Partners University is an expanding series of online and other educational offerings targeted to the needs of various Health Partners audiences. A multidisciplinary team at Health Partners is charged with assessing these needs and developing appropriate content in response.
We invite you to use the links on this page to explore interactive presentations designed specifically for our providers. We also ask that you encourage your colleagues and practice staff to take advantage of these new online learning opportunities.
Additional learning modules will be introduced throughout the year, so be sure to check back.
Basic Billing for Providers
Health Partners is proud to be among industry leaders in turnaround time for clean claims. This module presents guidance and reminders to help assure that your practice’s billing is complete and accurate. Following these steps can help increase your generation of clean claims the first time around and bring faster reimbursement.
Cultural Competency in Your Practice
This module provides insights – as well as simple tips – that can be used to help improve health outcomes when treating a diverse patient population. With the expansion of Medicaid expected due to healthcare reform, this is an especially timely and important topic.
Coding Tips for Billers and Physicians
Familiarity with coding guidelines and conventions can help practices assure appropriate reimbursement. This module provides the proper steps for coding as well as helpful documentation tips. This information can help practices avoid billing errors that may result in claim denials or reduced reimbursement, as well as save time spent on claim resubmissions.
Our Special Needs Unit Can Help
Barriers to care – such as limited proficiency with English and lack of transportation – can interfere with a provider's ability to achieve desired health outcomes. Learn how Health Partners' Special Needs Unit can help coordinate the care of members with virtually any special need, and provide a vital link to beneficial community resources.
ASD and Developmental Delay Screening Guidelines
Providers are required to screen for Autism Spectrum Disorders and developmental delays at specific intervals. This brief presentation tells you what you need to know, including how to properly code claims to document compliance with DPW screening schedules.
Blood Lead Screening
Lead testing is an important component of the EPSDT program and a vital preventive health measure, especially for very young children. This module provides an overview of the need for lead screening and information about further resources.