Online Training Course

Prod ID: 310
Advanced Telehealth Coding (The genie is out of the bottle)

Learn the legal and technical sides of advanced telehealth services. Go through diagnosis coding changes that transpired due to the public health emergency (PHE); review special and new codes related to specimen collection and testing, and much more.

CEUs

1

Length

60 min

Price

$97

Review recent legislation resulting from the COVID-19 crisis which spurred the temporary expansion of telehealth services. The presenters will explain how states got engaged and put laws into place to promote and ensure proper reimbursement for telehealth services. Gain clarity on modifier use and place of service changes.

Various Speakers (see "More" tab for complete listing of presenters)


With all the changes for telehealth coding in 2020, there are even more on the way, and this session will prepare you for accurate telehealth reporting in 2021. Hear from coding and practice management experts as they explain what will happen after things return to normal when these “temporary” rules will be evaluated and revised?

Maxine identifies the ways this process may affect healthcare practices in the services provided, telehealth reporting, auditing, and legislation. Aimee will cover the diagnosis coding changes that transpired due to the PHE, review special and new codes related to specimen collection and testing, and clarify modifier use and place of service changes.

This presentation will address both the legal and technical sides of advanced telehealth services and highlight telehealth changes since the onset of the current public health emergency (PHE).

Maxine Collins will focus on various laws including recent legislation resulting from the COVID-19 crisis which spurred the temporary expansion of telehealth services. What will happen after things return to normal when these “temporary” rules will be evaluated and revised? She identifies the ways this process may affect healthcare practices in the services provided, telehealth reporting, auditing, and legislation.

Aimee will cover the diagnosis coding changes that transpired due to the PHE, review special and new codes related to specimen collection and testing, and clarify modifier use and place of service changes. She explains how states got engaged and put laws into place to promote and ensure proper reimbursement for telehealth services. With all the changes for telehealth coding in 2020, there are even more on the way, and this session will prepare you for accurate telehealth reporting in 2021.

Self-paced online program includes an unlimited review of previously recorded instruction and the downloadable PowerPoint handout for 6 months.

Maxine I. Collins, MBA, CPA, CMC, CMOM, CMIS — Consultant/Instructor Practice Management Institute — Director of Compliance, Audits & Education, CoreMD Partners LLC

Aimee L. Wilcox, CPMA, CCS-P, CST, MA, MT — Director of Content, innoviHealth

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