CMS Coding for COVID-19 and Beyond

CMS Coding for COVID-19 and Beyond

CMS Coding for COVID-19 and Beyond

CMS Coding for COVID-19 and Beyond

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The CMS adoption of telehealth and virtual care services has created tremendous opportunities to increase access to care for patients, as well as revenue for providers and allied health professionals. The CMS Coding for COVID-19 and Beyond Webinar will provide up-to-date information on the expansion of clinical practitioner categories, expansion of audio-only telehealth services, and CPT coding as well as modifiers will be discussed along with practical examples. This will include guidance on capturing accurate data related to symptoms and complications for proper coding to avoid delays and rejections of claims. Join us for an informative session with Mary D. Gregory, who has 20+ years of experience as an expert who has been an auditor and trainer for major hospital corporations and institutions. Ms. Gregory maintains the following credentials: RHIT, CCS, CDIP, CPC, and CCS‐P, is a Licensed PMCC Instructor, and an AHIMA Certified ICD‐10‐CM/PCS Trainer. As the past president of the North Carolina Health Information Management Association (NCHIMA) she will provide valuable insight into the accelerated changes in regulations and reimbursement.

COURSE INFORMATION

80 minValid for 12 monthsCreated 2020-07-06Updated 2020-07-06

Course Objectives

  • Explain new opportunities and flexibility for telehealth and virtual services.
  • Apply the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 that apply to coding based on the services provided under the temporary emergency guidelines.
  • Identify conditions attributed to COVID-19 and how to apply the modifier when appropriate.
  • Demonstrate the importance of gaining the specific data required to avoid payment delays and rejections of claims.

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