If you are still unaware of the coding updates and changes that will take place when 2013 starts, then you’re in luck.
Coders need to be apprised of the many coding changes that the AMA has put in place for year 2013.Â In this quick over-view it gives the coder a timely session of the â€˜highlightsâ€™ of what has changed for 2013, where to find the in-depth changes, and how it will impact their coding for 2013.
Join expert speaker,Â Lori Lynn Webb, CPC, CCS-P, CCP, CHDA, COBG, AHIMA ACE Trainer, AHIMA Certified ICD-10 TrainerÂ for this 30-minute FREE webinar as she covers the CPT coding changes for 2013 and cover the â€œhighlightsâ€ and the â€œessentials and major changesâ€ that coders need to be aware of before the new year (2013) begins.
Aside from this, she will talk about:
- the changes that the AMA has made for the CPT code year of 2013
- Coding Additions, Coding Deletions, and Coding Revisions
- Â the â€˜essentialâ€™ changes that will affect the coding process for 2013
All coders, billers, Medical Clinical Staff, Office Managers and Medical Providers such as MDâ€™s DOâ€™s and Mid-level providers will benefit from attending this web event.Â Â Â This is a great â€œquick updateâ€ on the pertinent changes in CPT for coding year 2013.
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About the speaker:
Lori-Lynne is an independent coding, compliance, and auditing specialist. She has 20+ years of multi-specialty coding experience and teaches coding, compliance, auditing and billing skills for clinical and clerical staff, utilizing AMA and AHIMA Â curriculum.Â She specializes in Womenâ€™s OB/GYN services, Maternal Fetal Ultrasound Services, Urology and General Surgical procedures, to include physician based and hospital based services.
In addition, Lori-Lynne is a contributing author & nationally recognized presenter for CodingCert.com, AHIMA, IdHIMA, AAPC and many other organizations. She also has an informative blog for coding assistance that can be found at Lori-Lynneâ€™s coding coach blog.Â