Coding for fracture care means you have to know CPT AND Medicare global surgical rules so you can recognize the procedures you can bill with and without ED codes. But that’s not the end of it -- you have to watch your modifiers for both the E/Ms and the procedures. And one tiny mistake can increase your risk of denials, or cause you to leave deserved reimbursement money on the table.
Make sure this doesn't happen in your ED. Join expert speaker Kenneth Engel, CPC, CHC, ACS-EM, CCP, for an in-depth look at the coding rules for orthopedic services in the ED -- and how adding other services impacts your final coding decision. Tune in as the expert reveals 9 easy-to-remember steps that'll keep your coding correct and your claims on track.
Here’s a sampling of the details you’ll learn:
Have additional questions? You have the floor with the speaker during an interactive Q&A!
Who should attend? Caregivers in the emergency department and urgent care setting, physicians, mid-level practitioners, residents, medical students, scribes, coding professionals and billing specialists.
Your registration includes:
- Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD
- Duane C. Abbey, Ph.D.
- Toni G. Cesta, Ph.D., RN, FAAN
- Rob J. Thurston ,
- Thomas J. Force, Esq.
- John Burke,
Kenneth Engel, CPC, CHC, ACS-EM, CCP is Vice President, Corporate Compliance Officer, and a founding associate of Martin Gottlieb and Associates, a company which provides coding and billing services for emergency physicians who cover 48 emergency departments from six states. The company also services hospitalists and urgent care providers.
As a software engineer, he worked to develop the company’s medical coding and billing software. With 15 years of... More Info
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