Category: Webinar

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Understanding How Time and MDM Drive the New Inpatient Coding Rules

Understanding How Time and MDM Drive the New Inpatient Coding Rules November 17th at 5PM CST The revised E/M guidelines are extended to hospital inpatient, observation, and emergency department visits in 2023. Inpatient and observation services are collapsed into two categories. Surgeons will need to select the right type of code and the right level...

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Understanding How Time and MDM Drive Office Visit Coding

Understanding How Time and MDM Drive Office Visit Coding November 16th at 5PM CST Do you have a favorite E/M code and you “just stick with it?” Or, does uncertainty keep you coding all low level visits? This webinar will transform uncertainty to certainty in selecting office visits. It answers the questions surgeons ask. When...

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2023 E/M Updates for Hospital and Consultation Services

2023 E/M Updates for Hospital and Consultation Services Thursday, December 1, 6:00 pm CT / 7:00 pm ET / 4:00 pm PT Did you know… As of 2023—the revised E/M guidelines are now extended to hospital inpatient, observation, and emergency department visits? Some service categories are going away entirely and others are being revised.  New...

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Understanding The Complexity of Modifier 25 in Dermatology

Understanding The Complexity of Modifier 25 in Dermatology Appending modifier 25 (Significant, Separately Identifiable Evaluation and Management Service by the Same Physician or Other Qualified Health Care Professional on the Same Day of the Procedure or Other Service) to an Evaluation and Management (E/M) code, when also billing a minor procedure on the same day,...

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RVU Compensation: Are You Getting Credit Where It is Due?

RVU Compensation: Are You Getting Credit Where It is Due? Getting paid based upon clinical care seems both equitable and motivational. Yet, the resounding refrain from employed physicians re-negotiating their contracts is that productivity-based compensation is not working for them. They are working harder than ever, only to hear that their wRVUs are not meeting...

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RVU Compensation: The Disconnect Between Actual Work and Reported Revenues

RVU Compensation: The Disconnect Between Actual Work and Reported Revenues Productivity based compensation, using work RVUs (wRVU) to determine compensation, is the norm in employed physician groups and prevalent in academic practices. Getting paid based upon output seems both equitable and motivational. Yet, the resounding refrain from employed physicians re-negotiating their contracts is that productivity...

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Identifying and Planning for MIPS Changes and Challenges in 2022 – Orthopaedics

Identifying and Planning for MIPS Changes and Challenges in 2022 – Orthopaedics 2022 is proving to be hardest year of MIPS reporting yet. Is your practice prepared to avoid the 9% penalty and instead receive a possible positive payment adjustment in 2024 for Medicare reimbursements? Join us to get a specialty specific plan of action to achieve...

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Identifying and Planning for MIPS Changes and Challenges in 2022 – Plastic Surgery

Identifying and Planning for MIPS Changes and Challenges in 2022 – Plastic Surgery 2022 is proving to be hardest year of MIPS reporting yet. Is your practice prepared to avoid the 9% penalty and instead receive a possible positive payment adjustment in 2024 for Medicare reimbursements? Join us to get a specialty specific plan of action to...

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How Orthopaedic Practices Can Avoid Clawbacks and Legal Action

How Orthopaedic Practices Can Avoid Clawbacks and Legal Action Based on actual cases and judgements, we’ll walk you through the expensive mistakes allegedly made by orthopaedic practices in billing and coding. However, legal costs and settlements resulted just the same. Many of the orthopaedic practices featured made expensive mistakes that could have been avoided. Remember:...

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