2011 General Surgery Coding Update

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Presenter(s)
Mary Compton, PhD, CPC
Conference Date
Wed, Jan 12, 2011
Length
60 Minutes
Product Description

It's almost 2011; do you know where your general surgery coding changes are? Get them all in just 60 minutes at our annual update event.  

General Surgery Coders: Don't spend hundreds to go to the AMA's CPT Symposium in Chicago when we've got the next best thing — for much less.

Join Mary Compton, PhD, CPC for this 60-minute audio session featuring the 2011 coding updates for General Surgery. Mary will tell you all you need to know -- and only what you need to know -- to achieve optimal reimbursement and correct coding in 2011.

Make the most of your training dollars and learn:

  • 60 changes and additions could affect your general surgery coding
  • Paraesophageal hiatal hernia repair tripping you up? CPT 2011 will change that with 6 new codes that debut on Jan. 1.
  • When your surgeon performs a Nissen fundoplication or Collis Nissen repair, you couldn’t additionally capture the hernia repair or mesh placement -- until now. 
  • Debridement: Find out which codes CPT 2011 revises and what's changed.
  • 3 new debridement codes enhance how you describe large treatment zones.

Who should attend? Billers, coders for General Surgery

 

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About Our Speaker

Mary Compton

Mary Compton, PhD, CPC, is the editorial director for Eli Research and The Coding Institute and is responsible for the company's international team of writers and content providers. During the past 10 years, Mary has directed editorial teams covering medical coding, health policy, and post-acute topics and has written publications in a variety of healthcare markets. Mary has graduate degrees in English from The College of William and Mary and...   More Info
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