Advanced Nonvascular Interventional Radiology Coding: Deciphering Complex Reports
Thursday, July 25
Join us for this webcast to walk through higher-level reports for nonvascular IR procedures, hand-picked to illustrate more difficult concepts or scenarios that may not be typically seen and come away with increased confidence, skill-levels and organizational compliance and revenue. Among the topics addressed will be terminology governing codes, assignment of add-on codes and other nuances when coding advanced nonvascular IR procedures.
Electrophysiology Coding Review, Update and Solutions to Common Challenges
Thursday, August 29
This webcast provides a full spectrum education on coding for EP procedures. Topics will include an update and review of current coding, policy and payment for EP services, discussion of remote monitoring technology and wrap-around coding plus an overview of the most frequent issues causing challenges across the country with actionable tips and insights to solve them–and prevent them moving forward.
Catheter-Based Drainage Interventional Radiology Coding
Wednesday, September 11
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.
Venous Studies Interventional Radiology Coding
Wednesday, October 9
Providing instruction in coding for venous studies, this webcast will provide special focus on 2019 code additions and changes for sclerosis and therapy of incompetent veins.
Pain Management Interventional Radiology Coding
Wednesday, November 6
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.
Advanced Vascular Interventional Radiology Coding: Deciphering Complex Reports
Different physicians may describe the same vascular interventional radiology procedures in vastly different ways—adding to the inherent complexity and difficulty of IR coding and increasing the risk of noncompliance. Join us for this webcast to walk through higher-level reports for vascular IR procedures, hand-picked to illustrate more difficult concepts or scenarios that may not be typically seen and come away with increased confidence, skill-levels and organizational compliance and revenue.
Advanced Interventional Radiology Coding Series: Deciphering Complex Vascular and Nonvascular Reports
Don't miss this opportunity as Jeff Majchrzak walks you through actual physician reports to help expand your knowledge with the nuances of reading and deciphering the multiple ways IR services are described. By the end of this 2-part series, you'll be confident in your code selections for advanced IR procedures that deliver the full, legal reimbursement.
List Price: $598.00
GI/Biliary Interventional Radiology Coding
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.
Breast Imaging and Biopsies: Current Codes and Guidelines
New codes, conflicting guidelines and chronic areas of confusion continue to increase the risks for mammography and other breast imaging services. Th¬is webcast will provide a thorough understanding of the process – from order to exam through coding and billing, ensuring your team has the essential knowledge they need to protect your payments.
Lower Extremity Interventional Radiology Coding
Providing instruction in coding for lower extremity angiography and interventions, this webcast will provide much-needed clarification and examples on angioplasty, atherectomy, infusion therapy and intravascular stenting procedures for both arterial and venous procedures.
IV Hydration Coding & Billing: Strategies to Minimize Escalating Risk
Are your IV hydration charges fully supported? Though low cost, and considered to be of low complexity, risk associated with IV hydration is on the rise and CPT® codes 96360 and 96361 for hydration administration are currently under review by recovery auditors. The frequency with which charges are submitted lacking necessary documentation make for a perfect audit target – let Robin Zweifel help you identify common risk factors and minimize risk from the start.
Ultrasound Coding: A Clear Path Through Changes & Recurring Challenges
The combination of new codes for ultrasound code changes and perennial problem areas are threatening payments as never before. Wouldn't it be great to have a clear path to the correct code assignments for ultrasound services, in full compliance with coding guidelines and documentation requirements? This is what you've been looking for!