Problem solve code assignment for difficult cases
Are you confident that you're capturing everything you can for IR services? Do you ever worry about over-coding? Do the physicians you code for all seem to describe procedures in different ways creating confusion?
These concerns are common among IR departments across the country. Simply put IR coding is difficult and physician reports are NOT created equally.
Don't miss this opportunity as Jeff Majchrzak walks through complex reports, expanding your knowledge and deciphering the multiple ways IR services are described, while applying those differences to code selection. At the end of this two-part series, you'll walk away with actionable tips, and validation of current processes, to help you feel more confident coding complex IR procedures.
Advanced Vascular Interventional Radiology Coding
Wednesday, May 20 • 11 am – 1:30 pm CT
Jeff takes you on a deep dive through complex reports describing vascular IR procedures, arterial and venous, including the head and neck, extremities, abdominal/visceral, AV fistulae and grafts, and cases involving atypical anatomy or an atypical approach.
Advanced Nonvascular Interventional Radiology Coding
Wednesday, June 3 • 11 am – 1:30 pm CT
Master the different ways physicians describe nonvascular IR procedures, including imaging and interventions of the genitourinary, gastrointestinal and biliary systems, pain management, biopsies, aspirations, drainage, ablations, and more.
Who Should Attend:
Coders, billing staff, revenue cycle manager, compliance staff, HIM staff, physicians who perform these services and radiology staff who oversee or are involved with IR coding.
*This discount may not be combined with any other discount or special offer.
**In addition to a two-part series, these webcasts are offered individually. Each session is available on CD or on-demand following the live presentation. CDs ship 2 to 3 weeks after the webcast date.
CPT® is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.