First DaySecond DayAccreditationTestimonials

Mastering Management 2016:
The Science of Being Paid Explained

A packed and lively half day learning experience that covers critical management issues in four key areas: revenue cycle, personnel, technology, and marketing.

Who Should Attend This Course?

  • Plastic Surgeons
  • Office Managers
  • Patient Care Coordinators
  • Coders
  • Billers

Learning Objectives

  • Generate monthly revenue reports and review vital marketing metrics.
  • Implement systems that reduce accounts receivable and improve collections.
  • Go out of network the right way – and get paid correctly.
  • Develop strategies for handling the most common financial objections.
  • Evaluate whether the practice’s email, texting, and social media activity are compliant.
  • Develop a team by optimizing staff skills and work styles.

What’s On The Agenda?

  • Reports and Your Revenue Cycle Management
  • Dealing with Financial Objections
  • Crash Course in Compliance Essentials
  • Taking Your Practice and Staff to the Next Level

Plastic Surgery Power Coding:
Integrated ICD-10 and CPT Education

We will answer countless coding questions and support your mastery of CPT and ICD-10-CM coding for plastic surgery services. The course begins with a discussion on what’s included in the global surgical package.

And the surgical procedures portion of the course will address all aspects of plastic surgery including wound care including debridement and reconstruction, skin lesion removal, traumatic laceration repairs, skin/muscle flaps and graft, breast procedures (lots and lots of cases!), nasal surgery, and hand procedures.

Who Should Attend This Course?

  • Plastic Surgeons
  • Office Managers
  • Patient Care Coordinators (reconstructive)
  • Coders
  • Billers

Learning Objectives

  • Outline the services that are included in the global surgical package and what may be separately reported for plastic surgery procedures.
  • Correctly code plastic surgery procedures.
  • Accurately apply modifiers to optimize payment for commonly performed plastic surgery procedures, particularly use of modifier 50 (bilateral procedure) and modifier 59 (distinct procedural service).
  • Differentiate when to apply varying neoplasm ICD-10-CM codes, including malignant, benign, uncertain and unspecified behavior.
  • Identify situations in which it is appropriate to bill an E/M code and a minor procedure (e.g., skin lesion removal, burn dressing change, laceration repair) on the same day.

What’s On The Agenda?

  • Global Surgical Package
  • Modifiers
  • Plastic Surgery Procedure Coding

KZA Plastic Surgery Workshop Accreditation

Mastering Management 2016: The Science of Being Paid Explained
Plastic Surgery Power Coding: Integrated ICD-10 and CPT Education

Plastic Surgery Workshop Testimonials

Mary Elliott, Billing Manager

“VERY informative. I appreciated the ability to ask specific questions of the presenters in an intimate setting. The resource and referral information will be valuable.”

0 comments

Megan Hawley, RN, Practice Manager

“I feel more confident and knowledgeable in managing and monitoring the billing aspect of my practice.”

0 comments

Mark Domanski, MD

“This was definitely a very different course from other options on the market. It was much smaller, so much more interactive, and the topics covered were different. The instructor actually made some of ICD-10 make sense! I am very happy that I went to this course.”

0 comments

Kerry Pettner

“Karen is very motivating. I can’t wait for the next course! I enjoyed hearing other practice’s feedback.”

0 comments

Amanda Larson

“I found this course to be very informative. I loved being able to brainstorm and discuss with other people at our table.”

0 comments

Christopher Vashi, MD

“Kim was knowledgeable in every aspect.”

0 comments