Otolaryngology Billing and Coding Conferences

Specialty Events

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Conference
Speaker
Price
 
There is no on-demand conference available. You can choose events from pre-recorded section and request for replay.
May 29, 2014
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$197.00
Apr 23, 2014
Kim Garner-Huey
$227.00
Mar 5, 2014
Dorothy D. Steed..
$227.00
Mar 4, 2014
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$227.00
Jan 9, 2014
Elin Baklid-Kunz..
$197.00
Oct 15, 2013
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$227.00
Oct 15, 2013
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$227.00
Aug 13, 2013
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$227.00
Apr 3, 2013
Dreama Sloan-Kelly..
$197.00
Nov 21, 2012
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$227.00
Jun 21, 2012
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$197.00
May 10, 2012
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$227.00
Feb 28, 2012
John F. Bishop
$197.00
Feb 23, 2012
Wayne J. Miller
$197.00
Feb 8, 2012
Elin Baklid-Kunz..
$197.00
Dec 15, 2011
Barbara J. Cobuzzi..
$197.00
Dec 13, 2011
Jim Sheldon-Dean..
$197.00

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  • Modifier Knowledge: Learn to Append for Otolaryngology Modifiers make all the difference when it comes to coding compliance and reimbursements. But you need more than generic modifier knowledge when your practice is depending on you to bring in every penny you can.
  • ICD-10: Here’s what otolaryngology documentation you need when your diagnosis system changes — Warning: You won’t always have a one-to-one relationship between ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes. Here’s how to prepare.
  • And more!

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

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