Nix Neurosurgery Coding Mistakes Before They Happen
If you’re reporting multilevel spinal surgeries, such as spinal lesion excisions, laminotomies and laminectomies, you should know that CPT applies three different sets of criteria for these services. To familiarize yourself with the requirements of each category of multilevel/segment codes and improve your coding accuracy, check out our expert audio conferences.
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You’ll find such conference topics as:
CPT 2013 Neurosurgery UpdateYou’ll need to transform the way you report E/M services, thanks to some subtle revisions. Check out what’s new for 2013, and how these updates affect your neurosurgery practice.
Brain Tumor Excision Vs. Hematoma 2012 UpdatesUnderstand the key elements of coding cranial procedures for tumor excision and hematoma removal to ensure complete and accurate identification of the appropriate diagnostic and procedure codes. Also learn about pertinent ICD-9 and CPT® 2012 changes.
Coding For Spine SurgeryGet the tools that ensure complete and accurate identification of the appropriate procedure codes you assign. Get tips and coding rules with links to URL’s for AAOS, ASSH, NCCI and MC guidelines.
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