Keeping up to date with the latest coding rule changes and avoiding denials due to incorrect reporting of services is crucial to the health of the practice. While there are no changes to ICD-9, Medicare and CPT® have been busy all year making changes that may impact your bottom line. Every ob-gyn practice is bombarded with information every day, but this session will narrow down the massive amounts of information and misinformation into easily understood changes for this year. While CPT® likes to keep their code revisions, deletions and additions close to the vest until after they publish the book, this year they have given us an advance look which will include revisions and new consultative services codes, new codes for imaged guided fluid collectíon, new and revised lab code for ob-gyn testing, new flu injection codes, and a new Category III code for the treatment of fibroids.
Join Melanie Witt, RN, CPC, COBGC, MA in this audio session, where she’ll include all the changes that will impact ob-gyn coding by giving you “insider” information directly from the CPT® annual symposium that explains why the changes were made and how to accurately use any new or revised codes or guidelines. This session will ensure you stay ahead of the curve with information you can transfer to updating encounter forms, and avoid denials due to outdated codes.
Melanie will take you through the new payment schemes for 2014, and give you details you can use to update your knowledge of Medicare coverage guidelines, especially in relation to fecal occult tests, payment for office surgeries, and redefining to “incident to” services. Listen in to get the latest details and rationales behind the changes.
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Who should attend? Coders, billers, practice managers, physicians, non-physician practitioners
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