Interact with top experts to become fully compliant — and confident — in your coding
Achieve compliant coding, ensuring the full payment to which you're entitled, with the help of this MedLearn Publishing three-part webcast series. These highly interactive sessions feature a live video feed of our presenters — three of the country's top cardiology coding and compliance experts — along with polls and surveys.
In addition to clear-cut instruction, the sessions will include case examples, drawn from actual medical records, to reinforce correct code assignments. Our presenters will also answer as many questions as time permits. Each session covers:
- CPT®/HCPCS coding for common and challenging procedures
- Avoiding common mistakes, such as the unbundling of codes
- Which modifiers, level I or II, you should attach to procedure codes
- When you should use add-on codes
- Coding for multiple procedures performed in the same patient encounter
Session #1: Diagnostic & Therapeutic Cardiac Catheterization Coding Workshop
Presented by Catherine Huyghe, CPC
CPT/HCPCS coding of diagnostic cardiac catheterization, as well as therapeutic coronary procedures, such as angioplasty, atherectomy, thrombectomy, stent placement, intravascular ultrasound, multiple-vessel coronary interventions and bypass graft interventions.
Session #2: Diagnostic & Therapeutic Peripheral Studies Coding Workshop
Presented by Jeff Majchrzak, BA, RCC, CIRCC
CPT/HCPCS coding of angiography (head and neck, renal and upper and lower extremities), angioplasty, atherectomy, intravascular stenting, thrombolytic and non-thrombolytic therapy plus other diagnostic and therapeutic peripheral procedures.
Session #3: Diagnostic & Therapeutic Electrophysiology Coding Workshop
Presented by Jill Knight, RHIA, CCS, CIRCC
CPT/HCPCS coding of comprehensive and single-site studies, isoproterenol (Isuprel) administration, device upgrades, replacement of an existing device and one lead, as well as other diagnostic and therapeutic EP procedures
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