How to Capture and Code COVID-19 Correctly
Dr. Erica Remer explains the nomenclature associated with COVID-19, reviews the spectrum of the clinical presentation, clarifies the sequencing scenarios, and ensures that you are applying the guidelines correctly and accurately capturing all of the codes that are associated with COVID-19.
2020 ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic Update: First Quarter
Now available on-demand
Gloryanne Bryant reviews the guidance and updates coders on EVALI, malnutrition, Coronavirus, CPAP, Unifocalization, and Polarity Skin Graft information in the AHA’s first quarter 2020 ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic in an easy to access on-demand webcast.
2020 ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic Update Webcast Series
Two HIM experts review the guidance and update coders on important information in each of the AHA's 2020 ICD-10-CM/PCS Quarterly Coding Clinics in easy to access on-demand webcasts, available shortly after each official publication.
How To Bill Telehealth Services Under the 1135 Waiver
Now updated with late-breaking CMS guidance!
This webcast explains how the HHS 1135 Waiver impacts the rules for telehealth services, including what Medicare will cover professional claims in office, hospital, and other visits furnished via telehealth across the country.
Non-Member Price: $129.00
Spinal Procedures Part 2: CPT® Coding
This exclusive ICD10monitor webcast is intended to elevate and streamline outpatient coding for spinal procedures. Our expert presenter, Cari Greenwood, will provide clear, detailed explanations covering spinal anatomy, spinal procedures and correct CPT® coding practices.
Coding for Spinal Procedures: A 2-Part Webcast Series
Your coders aren't doctors. Yet they're expected to understand anatomy, why procedures are performed and, of course, documentation of the procedure. Any knowledge gap can undermine your revenue and compliance objectives. This is especially true for spinal procedures.
Spinal Procedures Part 1: ICD-10-PCS Coding
From this ICD10monitor webcast, your inpatient coders will take away a deeper comprehension of several common spinal procedures: the anatomy involved, how and why they're performed, key elements of the physician documentation and step-by-step guidance through the building of ICD-10-PCS codes.
Red Flags and High Risks Part 2: CPT® Coding
The use of CPT® codes is inherently risky. Coding and CDI expert Gloryanne Bryant has uncovered numerous CPT coding errors that occur in a variety of outpatient settings. "Identifying the red flags in outpatient coding can greatly help with correcting and preventing high-risk practices," she states.
Help Your Physicians Look as Good as the Care They Provide
This webcast educates coders, CDI and quality nurses on how to help physicians document effectively in order to optimize the associated risk to their patients since documentation tracks to the metrics that impact publicly reported data.
Coding Red Flags and High Risks: A 2-Part Webcast Series
A red flag signals imminent danger — and this applies to anyone involved with clinical coding. Not recognizing and acting on these warning signals puts the entire organization at risk for investigations, penalties and payment take-backs.