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EP and Ablation: 2022 Coding & Documentation Update

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Get empowered to confront the challenges of coding for electrophysiology and ablation procedures, while you learn about key 2022 changes to CPT® coding guidelines.

Price: $240.00

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Learn about new coding guidelines and other key changes

The ongoing struggle with coding for electrophysiology (EP) and ablation procedures has taken a turn for the worse in 2022, thanks to new bundled CPT® codes and other changes to coding guidelines. It’s time to take a timeout and join us for this exclusive MedLearn Publishing webcast!

From cardiology revenue cycle expert Catherine Huyghe, you’ll get crucial guidance and insights to ensure that you’re coding and billing compliantly — and capturing all legitimate revenue for services. Besides a clearer understanding of must-know 2022 changes, you’ll learn about EP and ablation procedures and the corresponding anatomy, plus documentation best practices, report structure, CCI language and edits. Cathy will also assist with the challenges of identifying additional mechanisms and varying physician protocols. The icing on the cake: case examples from actual patient encounters — bringing her instruction to life.

Webcast Takeaways:

  • A clear understanding of 2022 changes to CPT coding guidelines for ablation procedures
  • How to properly use key CPT codes, plus new challenges arising from changing protocols
  • What’s required in your documentation, plus documentation issues and tips for overcoming these challenges
  • Essential guidance with cardioversions, medically unlikely edits (MUEs) and appropriate billing practices
  • Key documentation requirements for pre- and post-device manipulation coding
  • Real-life case examples reinforcing the correct application of codes, 2022 coding guidelines and coding dos and don'ts
  • Time permitting, answers to attendee questions

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