It’s not all sunshine and daisies for cardiology practices in 2013, although our practice gets a “gift”, in which we can now code for additional branches in the same Artery. But, the specialty will be heavily impacted with code changes for 2013. Make sure you avoid making any coding mishaps starting January 1, as you may be taking a reimbursement hit.
CPT® 2013 took aim, and you’ve got a slew of new and revised codes. These include transforming how you report percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) codes, a revision to cardiac cath code instructions, and new coding for EP studies.
This session will help you:
Join Ms. Terry Fletcher for this 60-minute vital audio conference where the latest changes, updates, and codes for Peripheral-Cardiology will be presented. We will focus on the new Carotid Angiography codes for 2013 along with new thrombolytic coding.
Register now and learn peripheral coding techniques through "real life" coding situation/case studies. You'll get insights on lower extremity rules and the clarifications for 2013, and new rules for LE Thrombectomy coding.
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Terry Fletcher is a specialty coding industry coding and billing expert, auditor and educator based in Laguna Beach, California, with over 30 years of experience. Terry is a past member of the National Advisory Board for AAPC, past Chair of the AAPCCA, and AAPC National and Regional Conference Educator. Terry is the technical editor for the Select Coder® from DecisionHealth, editorial advisor for Cardiology Coding Alert! & Practice...
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