Physician Quality Reporting System for Pathology

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Prerecorded Event
Pamela S. Younes, MHS, HTL (ASCP), CPC, PA (ASCP)
60 Minutes
Product Description

Highlighting These Basics Means Your Pathology PQRS Coding Will Add to Your Bottom Line.

The Physician Quality Reporting System is a valuable way to improve the care of the patients you serve, but it's also a great way to earn financial incentives. Don't let the reporting requirements scare you off!

Join Pamela S. Younes MHS, CPC, HTL (ASCP), PA(ASCP) for this audio conference where she'll walk you through all you need to know about PQRS and how to make it work for your pathology practice financially. Learn the tips for picking the right registry for your practice.

Don't miss out on this beneficial program. Make sure you're ready to jump into PQRS, and qualify for every possible incentive. Register now! You’ll leave this audio conference with a better understanding of how the pathology PQRS is applied, steps to ensure accurate payment, and ways to avoid future financial penalties.

This session will help you:

  • Go in-depth and apply these PQRS standards.
  • Discover how you will receive a financial incentive.
  • How to participate and get benefits of participating.
  • Knowing why the PQRS standards were developed.
  • Reporting quality as per PQRS Standards.
  • T status - prostate and how deeply it invades.
  • Denominator/Numerator – Colon, Breast, Her-2 and Barretts esophagus.
  • Learn to Measure reporting via claims & registry.
  • Incentives and payment adjustments.
  • Pinpoint when the financial penalties begin for not using PQRS codes.
  • Here’s the financial penalty you will suffer, if you’re not using PQRS.

Who should attend? Pathologists’ assistants, coders, transcriptionists, histotechnologists and technicians, and pathologists

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About Our Speaker

Pamela S. Younes - Pathology Coding Expert

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...   More Info
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