Join us for On Demand Webinar Series– “Coding of Nerve Conduction Studies in 2013” and “2013 Neurology Coding Updates” on Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
1. Coding of Nerve Conduction Studies in 2013
Nerve conduction studies are a valuable clinical tool in the localization and diagnosis of many peripheral nerve conditions including carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetic polyneuropathy, peripheral nerve entrapments, plexus injuries, etc. Even though the new codes are based on the total number of tests performed, coders will still need to know what constitutes a single nerve conduction study in order to compliantly bill for their provider’s services. What if your physician documents that she performs both the orthodromic and antidromic testing? Should you count those as separate tests? What is H-reflex testing? Does that diagnostic testing remain separately billable in 2013?
2. 2013 Neurology Coding Updates
Get up to speed with the coding changes for Neurology practices in 2013. You should report these services correctly to avoid delays, denials, or incorrect payments for your claims.
Who should attend? Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (physiatry), Family practice, General practice, Internal medicine, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery
Job titles: Coders, billers, office managers, front and/or back office staff, providers, Neurology providers; Neurology office staff and/or office managers; Coders and billers for neurology providers / practices.
- Kim Garner-Huey
Marvel J Hammer, RN, BS, CPC, CCS-P, ACS-PM, CPCO is an accomplished professional with considerable years of experience both in the business and medical fields. She is a coding, billing and compliance consultant and owner of MJH Consulting based in Denver, Colorado.
She provides medical coding and billing education, assistance with payer audits and performs compliance reviews for her clients. Marvel enjoys teaching providers and their...
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