Integumentary System: Reporting Multiple Procedures
Learn How To Ensure Accuracy In Reporting Services; And Avoid Denials
It is important to know how to accurately report all the services for your office in order to reduce appeals and increase revenue.
Join this 60-minute audio session, where our expert speaker Pamela Biffle, CPC, CPC-P, CPC-I, CHCC, CHCO will walk you through correct reporting of multiple procedures performed from the Integumentary section CPT® (10,000 series).
Learn when it is appropriate to report units vs. multiple line items. Also understand how to properly use modifiers 24, 25, 58, 59 and 79. Reference documents will be provided on multiple reporting for multiple services. You’ll find the tricks to submit cleaner claims and reduce the number of appeals.
Take A Look At What You'll Learn:
- When do you report units
- When do you report each service independently
- How to know when to use modifier 59
- Ways to identify the need for modifiers 24 and 79
- Modifier 79 vs modifier 58
Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.
Who should attend? Dermatology, Family Practice, Pediatrics, General Surgery, Coding and billing staff,
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- Andrew B. Wachler,
- Maryann C. Palmeter, CPC, CENTC
- Michael A. Ferragamo, Jr., MD, FACS
- Terry Fletcher, CPC, CCC, CEMC, CMC, CMSCS, CCS-P, CCS
- Jill M. Young, CPC, CEDC, CIMC
- Leesa A. Israel, BA, CPC, CUC, CPPM, CMBS
About Our Speaker
Pamela Biffle, CPC, CPC-P, CPC-I, CHCC, CHCO, is the owner of PB Healthcare Consulting and Education, and the VP of Compliance Products and Services at Vitasio. A past president of the AAPC North Texas Chapter, Pamela was named AAPC’s Networker of the Year for 2005. She is a national speaker who has presented at state and national meetings for AAPC, AHIMA, and several Physician Specialty organizations. She has taught at...
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