Accurate CPT coding for Anatomic Pathology can be difficult, because some of the CPT codes are diagnosis driven, and some are site driven. There are also add-on codes, which increase revenue, but must be used according to the instructions provided by CMS, and the CPT manual.
Learn how to accurately CPT code anatomic pathology and cytology reports and discuss the appropriate use of the add on codes with our expert Pamela Younes. This expert medical coding and billing webinar will explain how the CPT codes are used and where to look for additional information for anatomic pathology CPT coding.
Here are a few topics covered in the session:
Who should attend? Certified Professional Coders with an interest in Anatomic Pathology, Pathologists’ Assistants, Pathology residents, Pathologists and pathology transcriptionists.
- Jill M. Young
Pamela S. Younes MHS, CPC, HTL (ASCP), PA (ASCP) is an assistant professor in the department of pathology and laboratory medicine, at University of Texas Health Science Center. She works at Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital, and has been a pathologists’ assistant since 1989, and a certified professional coder since 2001.Pamela has lectured on anatomic coding and compliance at the American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants professional meetings, at the National Society...
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