|Date:||Tuesday, July 10, 2012|
|Time:||12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Central Time|
|Presented by: ||Sunjanel Avecilla, EMT-P, CPC, CMC, CMOM|
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Webinar/Audio Conference FAQs
Do you know how to select E/M services based on types of examination? Do you know what an trigger an E/M audit?
Don't lose money due to poor documentation! In order to learn how to audit a record, you must first understand the key components. In this session, we will take a detailed look at documentation rules for E/M to make sure your practice is documenting and coding properly.
If your physician is not documenting properly now, your office will have big problems once ICD-10 rolls around. Encourage your physicians to attend this informative session.
Review Medicare guidelines associated with the use of E/M codes. Learn the correct documentation steps for proper E/M code selection now and emphasize the important role of the physician as we move closer to ICD-10 implementation.
This Webinar will cover
- Relate accurate code selection to proper reimbursement
- Step-by-step explanation of documentation guidelines
- Select proper E/M code for location and type of service
- Review of the essential elements needed in the medical record
- E/M coding guidelines and audit triggers
- Review the principles of accurate, adequate and clinically useful information
- Receive pointers on acceptable documentation
About the Presenter
Sunjanel is a Senior Consultant with the Physician Practice S.O.S. Group, Inc. She has more than 10 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Her wide range of experience includes Management of the Division of Laboratory Medicine at MD Anderson Cancer Center, followed by administrative and clinical practice in family medicine, cardiology and general surgery. Sunjanel has experience teaching coding, medical record auditing and reimbursement, OSHA, OIG, and HIPAA compliance. She is adept at government rules and regulations, and personnel management. Sunjanel is a sought-after medical management consultant throughout the country. She trained and received licensing in the U.S. Army as a paramedic and nurse.