2018 Documenting, Coding, and Reporting Office Visits For Eye Care

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Jeffrey Restuccio, CPC, COC, MBA
Conference Date
Thu, Feb 22, 2018
60 minutes
Product Description

Get It Right for 2018: Learn to Document, Code, and Report Office Visits for Eye Care

Eye care has just two sets of office visit CPT® codes: There is a lot of confusion and misinformation concerning these codes. In this webinar you will learn what is required for each set, how to document accurately, and the many reasons you should document for both sets of codes and report both sets of codes–based on the nature of the visit and documentation.

Most eye care clinics do not know: how to score medical decision making, when (and when not) to report codes 92012 or 92014, and why it is important to report a mix of codes: both E/M and the 920xx codes.

Join this session where certified professional coder Jeffrey Restuccio will untangle the above questions and outline the requirements for documenting, coding, and reporting office visits for eye care in 2018. You will learn about small errors that will cost you big and get coding tips that you will not hear anywhere else. Ultimately, Jeffrey’s goal is to show how to optimize compliance and maximize your office visit revenue.

According to Jeffrey’s ten years working with eye care professionals, less than 10 percent of clinics properly document and report office visits. This session will put your clinic and doctors in the top 10 percent—in compliance, in documentation, and in revenue!

Session Objectives

After attending this session you will understand:

  • What is a routine vision exam and what services/tests are included
  • What is required for the 920xx encounters
  • What is required for an E/M encounter
  • What do over 95% of eye care professionals not know about the intermediate 920×2 codes?
  • Whether dilation is required for a comprehensive exam
  • Why vision plans combine the refraction service and routine exam
  • Medicare guidelines for office visits
  • The importance of medical decision making
  • Whether you can use time to determine the level of service
  • Whether an optometrist can report a 92015 level service
  • How can you optimize your office visit level
  • Target audit areas you must be aware of
  • When to report codes S0620 and S0621
  • How RVU’s and the Medicare Allowable compare for 920xx and E/M codes

Who Should Attend

  • Managers
  • Providers
  • Billers
  • Coders

Ask a question at the Q&A session following the live event and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.

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About Our Speaker

Jeffrey Restuccio - Ophthalmology and Optometry Coding Expert

Jeffrey Restuccio, CPC, COC, MBA, is a certified coding instructor specializing in Eyecare coding, billing and documentation. Jeff has over twenty five years of experience and since 2007 has conducted over 365 live seminars, nationwide specifically for Eyecare. Jeff has personally audited over 10,000 medical records and presents nationally on auditing and documentation issues. Through the www.eyecodingforum.com website, Jeff offers coding and billing training, audits and a...   More Info
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