TESTIMONIALS

I recently received 4 DVDs from Audioeducator; not only were they user friendly and portable; they contained invaluable information that I was able to implement into my daily routine for better and more accurate coding

Tara Rose Conte
Coder/Abstractor, USA
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Emergency Medicine Billing and Coding Conferences

Specialty Events
Date
Conference
Speaker
Price
 
There is no on-demand conference available. You can choose events from pre-recorded section and request for replay.
May 1, 2014
Jill M. Young
$227.00
 
Apr 23, 2014
Kim Garner-Huey
$227.00
 
Mar 11, 2014
Margie Scalley Vaught..
$197.00
 
Jan 22, 2014
Marsha S. Diamond..
$197.00
 
Jan 9, 2014
Elin Baklid-Kunz..
$197.00
 
Nov 19, 2013
Caral Edelberg
$197.00
 
Jul 30, 2013
Marsha S. Diamond..
$197.00
 
Jul 23, 2013
Toni G. Cesta
$197.00
 
Jul 9, 2013
Jill M. Young
$197.00
 
May 2, 2013
Elin Baklid-Kunz..
$197.00
 
Feb 21, 2013
Duane Abbey
$197.00
 
Oct 24, 2012
John F. Bishop
$197.00
 
Oct 23, 2012
Caral Edelberg
$197.00
 
Oct 10, 2012
Marvel J. Hammer..
$227.00
 
Jun 28, 2012
Melanie Maycock
$227.00
 
Jun 21, 2012
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$197.00
 
Jun 19, 2012
Jill M. Young
$197.00
 
Jun 5, 2012
Caral Edelberg
$197.00
 
Date
Conference
Speaker
Price
 

Expand How You Think About Emergency Medicine Audio Conferences

Off-campus urgent and emergency care centers are popping up across the country, creating in their wake significant confusion for coders about which E/M code set to use in billing E/M services provided in these settings. To complicate things further, coders for freestanding EDs need to be aware of the rules governing whether or not a facility code can be charged for the visit in addition to a professional charge. 

Added complexity: Both state and individual payer guidelines may govern how these facilities are designated and, thus, how services are billed. Medicare has its own requirements for how a freestanding "emergency center" can be designated as a true emergency department and urgent care centers are defined in a completely separate category with different coding requirements.

Chart your path to compliant freestanding ED coding with these audio conferences. Having expert tips like these about the hottest emergency medicine topics means you can boost your coding accuracy, decrease denials, and safeguard your payments.

You’ll find such conference topics as:

  • Physician coding for the ED: Tips to simplify your physician coding for the ED. Avoid Revenue Compromise with This Expert Guidance on Professional/Physician Coding for the ED
  • Critical Care Services: Critical Care Services (CPT 99291-92)- What Physicians Need To Know To Stay Compliant.
  • Critical Care for Internal Medicine: Documentation tips and provide you tools that will help you to prove medical necessity; in diagnosis selection; to avoid missed billable procedures; and to capture time correctly.
  • And more!

Bottom line: You don't have time to weed through the never-ending onslaught of information about emergency medicine coding and coverage, so let us do it for you.