If you’re not altogether confident when it comes to E/M reporting, you’re not alone. This is one coding hot spot that always makes the Office of Inspector General (OIG)’s radar.
The reason being — incorrect evaluation, management documentation, or miscoding E/M levels. Facing denials or an audit situation could mean major setbacks with compliance violations — even a loss of income for your practice.
That’s why you need to keep up-to-date with the latest CPT®, CMS, and private payer guidelines. So, where can you find all of this vital information? Our E/M coding conferences are packed with all the E/M coding training you need to be successful.
Do you know why your practice is not getting its much-deserved reimbursement? It might be because of one of these very common reasons:
Would you want these tiny yet crucial aspects to get in the way of your revenue? We know the answer even before you ask.
ProfEdOnDemand is an educational trailblazer with its power-packed E/M coding conferences, designed to help healthcare professionals overcome the coding and billing hurdles. Each year, CPT® codes change, which means you need the latest information. Most practices would agree that E/M codes are the bread and butter visits of the office, billed multiple times per day at nearly every level. If you consider yourself an E/M coding ace — or if you’re just getting started trying to differentiate between 99212 and 99213 — you should probably check your skills.
Grasping the nuances and getting ahead of the challenge is the top priority, and nobody helps you better than ProfEdOnDemand, with its E/M coding training and value-adding E/M coding webinars.
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Correct documentation and coding for E/M (evaluation and management) services are among the most misunderstood requirements placed on a physician. Improper documentation and/or coding for E/M services can result in major compliance violations and/or loss of income for the practice. The implementation of EHR systems which offer coding or coding recommendations has further added to the confusion and error potential.
Do you know what actions need to be taken to protect the practice for both compliance and income optimization (within the parameters as set forth by a compliant coding structure in your practice)? How do you teach E/M to your providers? What should you look for once an EHR has been implemented? How do you simplify this confounding topic for your providers to enable them to care for patients and not be overwhelmed by E/M calculations?
Our E/M coding conferences will make it easy for you to implement the codes in your practice. You’ll learn how to upgrade your working knowledge of all E/M codes. The insights provided by the industry experts in our E/M coding webinars will help you meet the documentation prerequisites. For example, when you review a particularly thorough E/M note, your first instinct may be to agree with an EMR’s selection of a high-level code for the physician’s extensive work. But if just one element of a particular code isn’t met, you won’t be able to report it—even if the rest of the documentation is pristine. This is true even if an EMR selects a high level for you. This is the valuable information to learn with the E/M coding conferences at ProfEdOnDemand.
With over 14 years of experience, profedondemand.com has successfully built a reputation of providing solutions to the numerous coding, billing, and practice concerns with its well-thought plans for E/M coding training. Moreover, there is no need to spend the money on gas or waste your energy on running to a physical venue, just pick the E/M coding webinar of your preference and reap the benefits.
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