Choosing the correct E/M level and associated CPT and ICD-9 codes for the full spectrum of care for attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) encounters can be daunting. However, assigning the correct combinations of office visit codes, test codes, and diagnoses even when the ADD evaluation is during a preventive medicine service is doable with this encounter guide.
You’ll learn to code more accurately, improve revenue by identifying allowed evaluation and management-modifier 25 services (E/M-25s), and protect your E/M payments from paybacks.
Register now, with this 60-minute audio conference where certified pediatric coder and auditor, Jen Godreau, will show you the ropes of ADD and ADHD coding from initial evaluation to follow-up medication checks. With tons of scenarios that take you through the whole spectrum of ADD coding, you’ll know just which example to turn to the next time you confront the real-life situation. All of these will be combined in one handy chart for instant reference.
This session covers:
Who should attend? Pediatric, family practice, and internal medicine coders, nurses, office managers, and providers who need to ensure provider coding, office forms, and documentation contain the correct codes and information.
- Jill M. Young, CPC, CEDC, CIMC
- Kim Garner-Huey, MJ, CHC, CPC, CCS-P, PCS, CPCO
- Barbara J. Cobuzzi, MBA, CPC, COC , CPC-P, CPC-I , CPCO, CEN
- Marilyn Mines, RN, BC, RAC-CT
- Robert W. Markette, Jr., CHC
- Michael A. Ferragamo, Jr., MD, FACS
Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPMA, CPEDC, specializes in medical coding policy for pediatrics, family practice, internal medicine, ENT, and modifiers. In her most recent role as director of the Coding Institute’s SuperCoder.com, she puts coding resources, references, and education at coders’ and physicians’ fingertips.
Jen learned the ropes of coding from more than a decade of writing, editing, and managing Coding Alert publications. She also wrote the ICD-9 study... More Info
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