Home > Live Webcasts
Sort By:
Page of 2
Coding for the Non-Coder: One Key to Faster Reimbursement
Price: $199.00

Thursday, February 12

Struggling to understand coding issues and how coding impacts payers and providers? You're not alone. For many of you who work in healthcare but are not directly involved in the coding elementsthink administrators, providers, schedulers, insurance policy makers, legal teams, etc.this practical, easy-to-understand webcast will give you a working knowledge of the important elements of the entire revenue cycle.
ICDU Subscription
Observation: Learn How to Untangle the CMS Web of Complexity - Essential 4-Part Series
Price: $796.00
Sale Price: $597.00
Save $199.00!

From a simple (inpatient) admission to the complex stratification of patient status, that today characterizes the intricate web of observation, you will learn how to differentiate, capture and communicate inpatient versus outpatient care.

Observation: Learn How to Untangle the CMS Web of Complexity - Part I: Medical Necessity
Price: $199.00

Tuesday, February 17

In the first installment of this 4-part series, you’ll learn the importance of getting the medical necessity, severity of illness, initial diagnosis and expected outcomes documented clearly in the medical record to support the appropriate placement, care and reimbursement for the services provided.

Observation: Learn How to Untangle the CMS Web of Complexity - Part II: The Two-Midnight Rule
Price: $199.00

Tuesday, March 17

The contentious and confusing “Two-Midnight Rule” will be thoroughly explained while the use of Condition Code 44 will be reviewed in the context of a patient’s severity that might warrant a level of care different than the original prognosis.

Observation: Learn How to Untangle the CMS Web of Complexity - Part III: Reducing Inappropriate Admissions
Price: $199.00

Tuesday, April 14

From a simple (inpatient) admission to the complex stratification of patient status, that today characterizes the intricate web of observation, you will learn how to differentiate, capture and communicate inpatient versus outpatient care.