Six new codes have been added to report online digital evaluation services (e-visits). These codes for patient-initiated digital communication appear in both the E/M section and Medicine section. Two new codes will report self-measured blood pressure monitoring. Additional changes include new codes for health and behavior assessment and intervention services. There is a significant enhancement in the codes for reporting long-term electroencephalographic (EEG) monitoring services with four deleted codes and 23 new codes to provide greater clarity when billing for these services.
Attend this session to find out how changes to the procedural codes and guidelines will impact billing in your specialty. This program will help you reduce denials and keep provider reimbursement on track in 2020.
Recorded Nov. 21, 2019
MBA, CPA, CMC, CMIS, CMOM
Maxine has more than thirty years of experience in medical practice management, adult education and general business. She has taught courses at various levels, including teaching business communications and accounting at Midwestern State University in Texas. Maxine has extensive experience teaching administrative and clinical personnel essential medical office skills such as medical terminology, coding, reimbursement, OSHA, and HIPAA compliance. She is adept at personnel management, government rules and regulations, accounting and budgeting. Additionally, her experience with practice marketing and development make her a knowledgeable and much sought-after practice management resource.
Maxine has served as an administrator of a multi-specialty clinic, where she was responsible for all clinic operations including medical records, billing and collections, OSHA, HIPAA and Medicare compliance, and all accounting operations. She also has experience in medical practice consulting, and has successfully launched multiple practices.
Maxine holds a MBA in business from Midwestern State University. She is also a Certified Public Accountant and holds three PMI credentials.
This program will help you reduce denials and provide you a head start on keeping provider reimbursement on track in the new year.
This is an intermediate-level course designed for medical office coders, billers, auditors, clinicians, and practice managers. A CPT code set manual is not required but will be helpful to comprehend the context of the code changes.
Attend this session to find out how changes to the procedural codes and guidelines will impact billing in your specialty.
Pre-recorded instructional session and companion course materials for independent learning.