How do you respond to major changes that directly impact your job? You look to the most comprehensive and trusted resources for guidance. In the case of the radical 2021 overhaul to evaluation and management (E&M) codes, coding guidelines and documentation requirements for office visits, you've come to the right place — our new E&M 2021 Readiness Kit. You get three proven, popular resources:
- 2021 E&M Changes: Understand the Impacts and Get Ready Now — ICD10monitor on-demand webcast
- 2021 E&M Updates: Act Now to Avoid Compliance Pitfalls — ICD10monitor on-demand webcast
- 2021 Evaluation & Management Essentials — MedLearn Publishing eBook
Besides receiving insights and instruction directly from top E&M experts, you'll save 25% vs. purchasing these resources individually. And, because each resource is delivered electronically, this kit is the ideal solution for staff members who are working remotely.
Features and Benefits
Effective January 1, 2021, you'll need to understand and know how to correctly apply a multitude of dramatic changes, including new E&M code definitions, code revisions and deletions, new guidelines and new documentation requirements. In clear, actionable fashion, our experts cover everything you need to know about the 2021 changes and impacts, along with the steps you must take to ensure complete compliance.
The essential knowledge you'll gain from this comprehensive 3-in-1 kit covers:
- Deleted and revised E&M codes, including revisions to code descriptors for 99202-99215, as well as new coding guidelines
- Medical decision-making (MDM) process revisions and how history and exam requirements are changing
- Changes to the calculations of "time," including how to implement new time ranges (vs. time thresholds) when choosing time as the support to level a code
- New documentation requirements, including what documentation is needed to support "addressed/managed" vs. "evaluated/treated" under MDM
- Tips for updating electronic medical record templates to reflect new documentation requirements
- Guidance with add-on codes for prolonged services and additional resources
- What non-face-to-face time constitutes when selecting level of service
- The role of ancillary staff in the context of the "patients over paperwork" emphasis throughout the new coding process
- AND MUCH MORE!