DURHAM, N.C., Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Mastering the ICD-10 coding transition to optimize reimbursement for diseases will take an effort, however, it can pay off in terms of revenue, less paperwork and improved clinical efficiency. It's time to start piecing the ICD-10 puzzle together, as only one year is left for the healthcare providers to switch from ICD 9 to ICD 10, and the learning curve is steep. AudioEducator's audio conferences on ICD-10 Series will help your practice to put all the pieces in place.
Join gastroenterology coding expert Jill Young in this informative session on Thursday, September 19, 2013, to find the most recent code set for ICD-10, ICD-10 coding guidelines and ways of applying them today instead of tomorrow. Jill will share insights on anatomy and specificity as there has been a lot of speculation on what could be new in ICD 10.
Take a Look at the Topics Covered:
- Comprehend the appropriate use history codes for patients with colon cancer
- Scan the 25+ Crohn's disease codes. Here's what you need to utilize these codes appropriately.
- Invaluable tips to select the proper code
- Highlight disease manifestations in ICD-10 and you must have in your chart documentation. Remember, you need the differences to select the proper code.
- Delve into the disorders of the colon and intestine, and the separate codes with different criteria and instructions.
- Determine what guidelines will affect you in ICD-10.
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Other Conferences of the Week
Coding for pediatric urological procedures do not follow adult coding rules that leads to confusion and erroneous billing, which adversely affects the reimbursement. Join expert Michael A. Ferragamo on Wednesday, September 18, 2013, to understand how to bill the comprehensive pediatric office visits when rectal and vaginal examinations are rarely performed, how to use 1995 E/M guidelines for documentation of the pediatric physical examination, and more.
The Pros And Cons Of Implementing A Bill Hold versus A Bill Sieve For Clinical Research Billing Compliance
Join renowned speaker Allecia A. Harley, in this power-packed session on Wednesday, September 18, 2013, where she will shed light on what is bill hold vs. bill sieve. She will also help you comprehend the pros and cons of each approach and how to effectively implement either approach in a systematic way.
AudioEducator.com brings you these informative audio conferences. Get up-to-the-minute information and advancements on medical and healthcare through revealing conferences, on a wide array of topics, ranging from medical coding, billing, compliance, to CPT changes, E/M Modifiers, OIG work plan, coding for colonoscopies, Radiology, fee schedule, Electronic Health Record system, ICD 10 transition and more. Get trained from the comfort of your home or office, without spending a penny on travel. Pick a medium of your choice, be it a live conference/On Demand/ CD/ PDF transcripts as per convenience.
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