Calendar

Feb
20
Thu
CPT Coding for Cardiac Catheterization
Feb 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
CPT Coding for Cardiac Catheterization
Overview:

This webinar will explore common procedures performed in the cardiac cath lab from diagnostic heart catheterizations and imaging to percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI).

Objectives:

  • Determine when a diagnostic cardiac cath can be coded with a PCI
  • Apply modifiers to coronary arteries and branches
  • Explore the PCI hierarchy

Target Audience:

  • Facility outpatient coders
  • Professional fee coders
  • Compliance & revenue integrity professionals
  • Coding auditors & educators
  • Clinic managers
  • Coding managers
  • Charge master analysts

Presenter: Kristi Pollard, RHIT, CCS, CPC, CIRCC, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer

CEUs: 1 AHIMA | I AAPC

Mar
11
Wed
Medical Decision Making
Mar 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Medical Decision Making

Overview:

Medical Decision Making – What does that mean when choosing a level for E/M services? In this webinar, we will review the 1995 and 1997 documentation guidelines pertaining to medical decision making. Although medical decision making is only one of the three key components, it is often the most subjective. Join us for this webinar to review the medical decision making component!

Objectives:

  • Define medical decision making as described in the 1995 and 1997 E/M guidelines
  • Review requirements for levels of medical decision making for E/M levels of service
  • Take a peek at what is in store for medical decision making in the future

Target Audience:

  • Professional fee coders
  • Clinical documentation improvement analysts
  • Compliance & revenue integrity professionals
  • Coding auditors & educators
  • Coding managers
  • Clinic managers
  • Providers

Presenter: Shea Lunt, RHIA, CPC, CPMA, PMP

CEUs: 1 AHIMA | I AAPC

Apr
8
Wed
An Exploration of Hand Surgery in CPT
Apr 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
An Exploration of Hand Surgery in CPT

Overview:

A review of the anatomy, techniques, and CPT coding of 20 hand surgeries ranging from common and routine to rare and fascinating. This presentation should help coders gain confidence in approaching coding all hand surgeries through improved understanding of anatomy and kinetics of the hand.

Objectives:

  • Gain better comprehension Gain better comprehension of hand anatomy
  • Understand basic kinetics of hand functioning
  • Gain confidence in coding common hand procedures in CPT
  • Increase receptivity to coding complex hand procedures

Target Audience:

  • Facility outpatient coders
  • Professional fee coders
  • Coding auditors & educators

Presenter: Ed O’Beirne, CCS, CHDA, CHPS, CDIP, PA, MHS

CEUs: 1 AHIMA | I AAPC

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