Perfecting Your Pain Management Coding Skills Doesn’t Have to Hurt
With increased scrutiny of provider compliance and shrinking reimbursement from payers, it is crucial that providers’ documentation clearly indicate the procedures performed and the medical necessity for those services. Are you confident that your pain management specialist’s documentation will survive an audit? Is the record clear so that the coder can capture all services provided and no reimbursement is lost? By listening to our expert audio conferences, the answer will be a resounding “yes.”
Having expert advice about the hottest pain management topics like these means you can boost your coding accuracy, decrease denials, and safeguard your payments. That’s why you should keep yourself current with pain management audio conferences.
You’ll find such conference topics as:
Managing Medical Necessity & Denials – Anesthesia & Pain ManagementFind out what payers expect for “medical necessity” and learn how to code your claims to prevent denials. If you don't have a firm grasp of the details, it’s all too easy to lose your practice's hard-earned payments to denials. And you can’t afford that in today’s economic scenario where every penny of reimbursement counts.
Documentation Requirements for Pain Management ProceduresGet specific instructions for compliant documentation for commonly performed pain procedures. Our presenter will discuss each part of the procedure note and provide proven techniques for coders to distinguish between compliant and non-compliant records.
Mitigate the 2012 Drop in Revenue: PQRS Incentives for Pain ManagementDon’t miss the opportunity to gain valuable information about PQRS and the impact it can have on your Pain Management practice. 2012 is the year to get comfortable with reporting PQRS before the disincentive reductions kick in for failure to report the quality measures. Grab your opportunity to get a Medicare Incentive bonus simply for providing the high-quality care you always do.
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Bottom line: You don't have time to weed through the never-ending onslaught of information about pain management coding and coverage, so let us do it for you.