Month: September 2014

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Follow an eight-step formula for correct spine coding

Spine Surgery Today, September/October 2014 Teri Romano, BSN, MBA, CPC, CMDP, and Kim Pollock, RN, MBA, CPC Reporting the “just right” CPT codes isn’t easy for spine surgeons and coders. In fact, it is complicated. If you under code, in effect, you “pick your own pocket” by losing revenue and/or relative value unit. Overcoding leads...

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Patient Portal in Your Orthopedic Surgery Practice: You Can So Do This

The American Journal of Orthopedics – September 2014 by Jennifer A. O’Brien, MSOD On initial consideration, the patient portal portion of Meaningful Use (MU) might seem: Daunting More appropriate for primary care practices than for orthopaedic surgery practices Just another government requirement with no real practical application Too much work for not enough reward Unnecessary...

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Follow an Eight-Step Formula for Correct Spine Coding

Follow an Eight-Step Formula for Correct Spine Coding – September/October 2014 by Teri Romano, BSN, MBA, CPC, CMDP and Kim Pollock, RN, MBA, CPC, CMDP As part of the new Spine Coding Source column, Spine Surgery Today will begin discussing relevant spine coding issues for surgeons. We hope this new feature will enhance your practice and...

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