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Rebecca Williamson

Chief Compliance Officer

Rebecca is the Chairman of the American Ambulance Association’s Medicare Regulatory Committee and is also a member of the American Ambulance Association Ethics Committee. Rebecca is a founding board member, and Immediate Past President of the Oklahoma Ambulance Association. She previously served on the Oklahoma Emergency Response Development Advisory Committee and the Governor’s Task Force on EMS Readiness. Rebecca is also an active board member for several other regulatory and civic organizations.

She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, an Associates Degree in Nursing, is a nationally certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner in both Adults and Pediatrics, and is a Nationally Registered Paramedic. She has worked for Muskogee County EMS for 25 years and has served as the Chief Compliance Officer and HIPAA Privacy Officer for 17 years. Rebecca is responsible for development, leadership, implementation, and administration of all compliance and HIPAA policies and procedures. Rebecca’s expertise is in documentation, compliance, and privacy issues and she, along with Brian Werfel, Esq., co-authored the AAA Documentation Manual.

My Sessions

Cost Collection Overview

Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS.  The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform the Ambulance Fee Schedule.  Over the next four years, all EMS agencies who bill […]

Operations Reimbursement & Finance
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Morning Cost Collection Preconference Workshop

First of two separate preconference sessions. Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost related data to CMS.  The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform ambulance service reimbursement under the Ambulance Fee […]

Advocacy Hot Topics Pre-Conference Workshop Reimbursement & Finance
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Afternoon Cost Collection Preconference Workshop

Second of two half-day separate pre-conference sessions. Starting in 2020, the first EMS agencies will have to collect and report their cost-related data to CMS.  The legislation that was enacted in early 2019 now requires EMS agencies to report cost data to CMS in their effort to reform ambulance service reimbursement under the Ambulance Fee […]

Advocacy Hot Topics Pre-Conference Workshop Reimbursement & Finance
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