During this 90-minute presentation, you will gain an understanding of the CPT® code series used to define these procedures (US and non-invasive vascular), address common mistakes, coding issues, and ways to avoid them so you feel comfortable coding these services as both stand-alone or combined procedures.
Wednesday, June 13
Clearing up coding for GI/biliary imaging and interventions for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, this webcast provides guidance and instruction for proper application of biliary and gastric procedure codes.
Wednesday, July 11
Providing instruction in coding for head and neck angiography and interventions, encompassing both arterial and venous studies.
Wednesday, August 15
Providing instruction in coding for upper extremity angiography and interventions, encompassing both arterial and venous services.
Wednesday, September 12
Providing instruction in coding for nonvascular catheter-based drainage procedures, this webcast will provide guidance for thoracentesis, paracentesis, fluid-collections, indwelling catheters, needle-based procedures.
Wednesday, October 10
Providing instruction in coding for venous studies, this webcast will provide special focus on 2018 code additions and changes for sclerosis and therapy of incompetent veins.
Wednesday, November 7
Providing instruction in coding for pain management procedures, this webcast will dive into coding for procedures such as vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, sacroplasty, epidural, transforaminal, facet injections, coding of imaging guidance, and more.
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.
What makes our Interventional Radiology Coding Series, presented by Jeff Majchrzak, among our most popular webcasts year after year? When we asked customers who attended the 2017 sessions what they liked best, we got a lot of different answers.