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Audits and the Modifier 25 for Pain Physicians
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Audits and the Modifier 25 for Pain Physicians

About The Zipinar Will Answer What is the 25 modifier and what is all the fuss about?  What do CPT and Medicare mean by “pre-service time.” Do I have to document the minutes I spend on the E/M portion?  What constitutes a separate and significant E/M? Does the documentation make or break when you can...

Therapy Functional Limitation Reporting
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Therapy Functional Limitation Reporting

Join Sarah Wiskerchen in this 38 minute webinar as she steps through Medicare’s Mandatory Functional Limitation Reporting. If your physician practice employs occupational, physical, or speech & language therapists, are you prepared for Medicare’s Functional Limitation Reporting requirements? If this term is new to you, or you’re a little fuzzy on the details, purchase our on-demand...

Coding and Coverage of Bariatric Procedures
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Coding and Coverage of Bariatric Procedures

Coding and Coverage of Bariatric Procedures Teri Romano, BSN, MBA, CPC, CMDPConsultant and Speaker Getting paid for open and laparoscopic bariatric procedures requires that surgeons code correctly and follow the right guidelines. For example, what can be billed in addition to the bariatric procedure? Is hernia repair separately reported? And if so, with which codes,...

Navigating Coverage Policies in Varicose Vein Treatment
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Navigating Coverage Policies in Varicose Vein Treatment

Navigating Coverage Policies in Varicose Vein Treatment Teri Romano, BSN, MBA, CPC, CMDPConsultant and Speaker The treatment of varicose veins, in your office or in a hospital outpatient department, is subject to detailed and ever changing coverage policies. These policies, referred to by Medicare as a local carrier determination (LCD), and by private payors as...

Hand Coding II
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Hand Coding II

Build on your knowledge of hand coding. This course addresses the granular nature of coding and documenting hand fractures and injuries. It includes a discussion of anatomy as it pertains to coding for fractures and injuries of the hand. The course is an excellent complement to Hand Coding I, but is not a pre-requisite. After...

Hand Coding I
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Hand Coding I

Staff and managers new to hand coding who want to code correctly for common hand procedures will find good value in this course. Each module covers a discreet topic and runs between 12-22 minutes. The course covers procedure anatomy, coding essentials, use of modifiers, and tips for avoiding unbundling and other errors. After completing this...

Documenting and Coding for Mohs Micrographic Surgery in 7 Steps
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Documenting and Coding for Mohs Micrographic Surgery in 7 Steps

Join Deb Grider in this 24 minute Zipinar as she reviews these important aspects of correctly coding Mohs surgery. Do you bill Mohs Micrographic Surgery in your Practice? Did you know Mohs surgery is under scrutiny with Medicare and private payors? Do you know what needs to be documented to support medical necessity for MohS?...

Arthroscopy Coding Bundle – Hip, Knee and Shoulder
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Arthroscopy Coding Bundle – Hip, Knee and Shoulder

$179 Hip, Knee, and Shoulder included! (Best Value) Buy Now Hip Arthroscopy The hip is one of the newer joints to be treated arthroscopically and the number of codes is continually evolving. You will: Understand when to use modifier 51. Learn how to properly use modifier 59 to avoid incorrect bundling of procedures. Be able...

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