Do you know that…
- there are new E-coli infection codes that have been added?
- the blood disorders subcategory was further expanded?
- there are new codes in the cardiovascular section?
- there is now more specificity to some integumentary codes?
These are some of the changes that are now in effect with the current release of the 2012 ICD-9 updates. The codes have been in effect since October 01, 2011. If you and your office still do not know or have not been trained with these changes, your claims and reimbursements will definitely be denied.
Join expert speaker, Pamela Asbury, CPC, CPC-I, PCS as she talks about these and more of the 2012 ICD-9 updates in a 90-minute webinar. She’ll be discussing:
- 2012 ICD-9 Updates
- Revised Codes
- Billing Information
You should join this webinar if you are…
- Office Manager
- Revenue Analyst
- Charge Entry
Pamela S. Asbury, CPC, CPC-I, PCS
Pam has over 25 years experience in the health care industry specializing in physician practice management and coding education. She is a graduate of Marshall University and has worked as an office manager, director of coding and reimbursement, coding auditor, consultant and an instructor. She is accredited by the American Academy of Professional Coders as both a Certified Professional Coder and Instructor. She also holds a Physician Coding Specialist certification from the American College of Medical Coding Specialists. She has been the education officer for the local AAPC chapter for two years and is currently the president-elect. She also holds a position on Palmetto GBA’s Medicare Provider Outreach Education Advisory Group for West Virginia.