Outline These Otolaryngology Coding Strategies Using Expert Audio Conferences
Do you know how to report custom tracheal resections? Suppose your surgeon plans to perform a bilateral neck dissection with thyroidectomy and trachea resection but ends up having to also perform plate stabilization for access to the lymph nodes in the superior mediastinum. You can overcome this challenge with a thorough review of the documentation and careful use of modifiers.
Having expert advice about the hottest otolaryngology topics means you can boost your coding accuracy, decrease denials, and safeguard your payments. That’s why you should keep yourself current with otolaryngology audio conferences.
You’ll find such conference topics as:
CPT® 2013 Updates:Find Out How You Will Need to Alter Your Otolaryngology Claims Next Year. Apply these changes to your 2013 claims, or you’ll face a denial.
Modifier Knowledge: Learn to Append for OtolaryngologyModifiers 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.
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