Peripheral & Cardiology Coding Charts
Our color-coded quick reference anatomical charts can give a big boost to the accuracy of your peripheral and cardiology coding, while saving you time. How? By clarifying physician intent and providing an at-a-glance visual pathway to the correct codes and charges.
Peripheral & Cardiology Coder
Based on findings from our cardiology coding experts, inaccurate coding of cath lab procedures is common and widespread, leading to substantial missed revenue opportunities. Navigate to correct code choices with detailed narrative, guidance, examples, and tips to ensure full payment and total compliance.
Cardiac Rhythm Management Coder
As technology and science around CRM evolve with cutting-edge treatments and devices, it is more important than ever to ensure your facility understands the impact of new codes, coverage determinations, and payments that surround these advancements.
2018 Cardiology Reimbursement & Compliance Update
Expect increased difficulty and confusion with cardiology coding in 2018 — and elevated payer expectations when it comes to the proper application of coding guidelines, documentation requirements and modifier assignments. Many of your peers have discovered the ideal antidote: 90 minutes with our cardiology coding, billing and compliance expert.
Lower Extremity Interventions with Cardiac Cath
Abdominal aortograms, lower extremity angiography, and arterial revascularization are services that have the highest coding error rates we see across the country. Complex procedures, even more complex coding rules, and often unclear documentation leave those responsible for coding these services in a tough position. We are here to help! Based on frequently asked questions and errors she most commonly encounters, this 90-minute session, developed by Cathy Huyghe, is designed to help you code completely, compliantly, and confidently.
Cardiology ICD-10-CM Coding: Mastering Big 2018 Changes
Fasten your seatbelt, 2018 is here, bringing a torrent of new ICD-10-CM codes — second largest expansion of diagnosis codes in a decade. Many of these new codes are directly tied to commonly encountered cardiology conditions. The impact on payments for cardiology service providers promises to be huge!