Tuesday, July 21
Many clinical issues in radiology — such as current cancer vs. history of cancer, injury vs. trauma and aftercare vs. follow-up — are difficult to distinguish under ICD-10-CM coding guidelines.
How would your facility cope if one-third of your revenue stream came to a screeching halt — and this shortfall lasted for six months? Even worse, what if it took you more than a year and thousands of dollars to recover your money?
Tuesday, August 11
Safeguarding your radiology revenue stream starts with strict adherence to CMS requirements for diagnostic test orders, diagnosis coding and medical necessity.
Tuesday, August 18
Ultrasound and duplex studies constitute an inordinate number of overpayments due to the lack of complete documentation.
Tuesday, August 25
With change comes risk. Nowhere is this more true than with the numerous recent changes to coding for breast imaging and interventions. In many instances, documentation practices simply have not kept pace with the changes to coding.
Gain an extra advantage with this difficult area
Whether your facility is large or small, chances are that you've encountered confusion and questions related to coding for upper extremity procedures performed in the interventional radiology setting.