Consultation codes have thrown every practice for a loop this year. And, with all of the misinformation available, there are still plenty of questions.
Get up-to-the-minute details on: when, where and how consultation codes should be used, documentation best practices, how to handle third party payers and what you need to do to adjust for this change.
Join Duane Abbey, PhD., CFP, for this 90-minute look at using consult codes in 2010.
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