2014 brought many CPT coding changes for chemodenervation injections. Finally both Medicare and CPT agree regarding reporting of bilateral injections. It is important to know which codes can be reported as bilateral and which cannot. Additionally, some chemodenervation codes allow for separate billing of needle guidance. You don’t want to miss out on potential revenue for your practice by failing to bill these services.
Join this 90-minute session by Marvel Hammer, RN BS CPC CCS-P ACS-PM CPCO, to know about chemodenervation injection procedures as well as the codes for the Botulinum toxin. Botulinum toxin drugs are expensive to a practice. If not coded and billed correctly, the practice can suffer big financial repercussions. Practices need to make sure they are coding with the right HCPCS code and the number of units of service.
Who should attend: This session is appropriate for these specialties– pain management, neurology, physical medicine & rehabilitation, GI, ENT, GU, general surgery and ophthalmology
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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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