Proper drug administration coding calls for just as much precision as the services themselves. And it just got trickier after the CMS added packaging of drug administration services to its conditional packaging policies. This change has not only created confusion among healthcare providers, but also increased compliance risk. In such a scenario, you must know how to code accurately for injection and infusion (I&I) CPT® services and avoid payment denials.
Learn the tips and tricks to improve your CPT® coding skills for injections and infusions in this webinar by Health Information Management (HIM) coding expert Gloryanne Bryant. Bryant will walk you through the latest CPT® guidelines and coding instructions for I&I services, along with case scenarios to assist with compliant coding practices. She will show you how to apply the I&I CPT® coding hierarchy in the ER setting, as well as how to accurately code hydration services. She will also review the proper CPT® coding of injections in the ER and hospital OP settings, and explain how to properly assign CPT® codes for I&I services.
After attending this session, you will be armed with the knowledge and the skills to accurately code injection and infusion services depending on the documentation in the medical record. You will know the correct CPT® code for both IV injection, infusion 95 mins and hydration 65 mins; as well as what to do when multiple medication administration services are provided.
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Gloryanne Bryant, RHIA, CDIP, CCS, CCDS, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer. She is an HIM professional and leader specializing in Coding for over 35 years. Gloryanne has conducted numerous ICD-9-CM, ICD-10 and CPT coding, DRGs, MS-DRG, APR-DRGs, APC (OPPS), leadership and compliance workshops and seminars for hospital and physician-based coding staff, HIM Leaders, and others.
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