Documentation and coding for E/M services is considered tricky for a cardiology practice. Although, there are various EHRs offering coding tips for E/M services, this should not be a substitute for the physician’s code selection.
2015 has brought a new change to Cardiology. There is now a new specialty designation taxonomy code C3, that a physician may now choose when they self-designate their specialty on Medicare enrollment applications and PECOS applications. This new “sub-specialty” of Cardiology is for CMS claims processing purposes.
Join cardiology coding expert Terry Fletcher, BS, CPC, CCC, CEMC, SCP-CA, ACS-CA, CCS-P, CCS, CMSCS, CMC in this informative session to get insights on the new changes in E/M auditing and documentation to cardiology in 2015.
In this session, you will get answers to the following and more:
Terry will also share audit tools, E/M examples on cardiology specialty, and audit software options for your benefit.
Who should attend
Coders, Billers, Physicians, Administrators, Collectors, Front Office, Cardiology Business Office Personnel
Ms. Terry Fletcher is a Healthcare Coding & Billing Consultant based in Southern California. With over 30-years experience, Ms. Fletcher is an Editorial Board Member for ICD10Monitor.com, a coding, billing and reimbursement educator for McVey Seminars, MGMA, Audio Educator, AAPC, AHIMA, Medlearn, DecisionHealth LLC, Medical Management Institute and her company Terry Fletcher Consulting, Inc., teaching over 100 specialty coding Seminars, Teleconferences and Webinars every year. Terry is a practice auditor...
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