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
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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