Practitioners, administrators, billing and coding staff will love these five webinar-style courses. Coding drives revenue, compensation and compliance. It requires more than the ability to look up a single code: the provider or coder needs to understand the rules behind the codes.
This series is a great review course for experienced practitioners and staff and is an essential learning guide for new practitioners and staff members. All specialty medical practices can benefit.
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Each one of these courses brings accurate, up-to-date coding knowledge and answers the most commonly asked, tricky questions:
This course explains how coding and reimbursement work together. Getting this right means getting paid on the first submission. Getting this wrong means payment delays and denials. Use this for your next in-service training.
For most specialties, Evaluation and Management (E/M) services make up a large part of annual revenue, accounting for 60-70% of total revenue. It is critical to understand the CPT rules related to these services and to report the correct category of code. This webinar provides in-depth understanding of billing E/M services.
In many practices, diagnosis coding is the step-child of coding, getting attention only when a claim is denied for medical necessity. In a fee-for-service world, worrying about medical necessity is the first priority of diagnosis coding. As practices join Accountable Care Organizations and comply with MACRA, understanding risk adjusted diagnosis coding is important. This webinar discusses both medical necessity and risk adjusted diagnosis coding.
All medical practices want to avoid denials. Denials delay payment. Some services that are denied are never resubmitted and the group receives no money for the service performed. Researching and resubmitting denials is a labor-intensive task. The smart move is to reduce denials by using software edits prior to submission. A second, brilliant move is to understand the reasons for denials you could have prevented and improve work flow to reduce denials.
Advance practice nurses (APRNs) and physician assistants (PAs) provide valuable services in primary care, medical specialties and surgical specialties. Medicare has specific rules about billing for these professionals, however, and doing it wrong is a compliance risk and a lost revenue opportunity. Any practice that includes PAs and APRNs needs to review the Medicare rules. This webinar allows you to do that.
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