Fibroid Tumors – Top 10 Choices in Treatment

When: May 17, 2019
Where: Webinar, N/A

This webinar will provide key strategies and coding concepts necessary for correct billing, You will gain an Understanding of the relationship regarding Fibroid Tumors and the different types of treat.

Overview: When you tune in to our webinar, you are getting the most up to date information and coding help that is available for you in a GYN practice. We bring to you timely and relevant information to you and your practice that you can being using immediately. In addition, You get the information straight from one of the leading educators in Women’s OB/GYN and hospitalist coding services. You practice will also gain the benefit of having great clinical documentation protocol presented with treatments options. This is a NOT TO BE MISSED educational opportunity. Why should you Attend: You will gain an Understanding of the relationship regarding Fibroid Tumors and the different types of treatments and solutions available at this time. This webinar will provide key strategies and coding concepts necessary for correct billing. A good understanding of the anatomy of fibroids, and the physiology upon the body will help you forge through the multitude of treatment options, and then give you the education to code and bill for these options that are presented to the patient to choose from. This webinar is a “not to be missed” learning event for all. Even if you are a physician, mid-level provider or a beginning coder, this is your opportunity to get “experienced tried and true information” This is a great refresher for the experienced coder to hear and learn new ideas, In addition to gaining additional understanding and the importance of clinical documentation for the different surgical and hormonal treatment options, procedure situations and procedures performed in a gynecologic practice. Best practices will have both clinical and office staff listen in to learn and implement some of these terrific helps and hints to improve their practices’ financial bottom line. Not only do you get this, but you get our high level of commitment and consistency of providing this superior education to you in this easy to listen to and learn from authority. Areas Covered in the Session: What are Fibroid Tumors and how are they coded? What are the correct ICD-10cm diagnosis codes for Fibroids? What clinical documentation is needed when documenting fibroids in a patient Learning Objectives: Ensure your clinical documentation is aligned with what your coders are coding, and billers are billing in regard to fibroid tumor for the diagnosis and the procedure CPT/HCPCS codes Educate yourself and your billing staff on the importance of using the correct ICD-10cm & CPT procedures for pre-authorizations/surgery/and appeals for fibroid tumors Have in-depth knowledge of the clinical documentation required for specific procedures for coding and billing Have a much better grasp of the usage of modifiers with multiple procedures if coded at the same procedural/surgical setting Who Will Benefit: Physicians who Code for Themselves Midwives & Mid-level Providers (NP, PA,) Clinical Nurse specialists Support Clinical Staff (such as your RN’s and MA’s) Coders Billers, and Denial Insurance Managers Office Managers Lori Lynne Webb – MentorHealth Speaker Profile Lori-Lynne Webb is an independent coding, compliance, and auditing specialist. She has 20+ years of multi-specialty coding experience and teaches coding, compliance and auditing skills for clinical and clerical staff, utilizing AMA and AHIMA based curriculum. Lori-Lynne is also an AHIMA ACE mentor In addition to performing physician based coding and auditing services for Physician Services, she is a contributing author & Audio presenter for many national coding resource. She is a speaker, educator, writer and presenter for many national publications and companies such as the, AAPC, AHIMA and IdHIMA. In addition to her educational and technical writing, she also contracts and performs independent audit and education services for private practice physicians and facilities.

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