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Now you can purchase any of our webinars and learn from them, anywhere, anytime. You may also get some CEUs from most of them by purchasing them then passing the test.
Go over our list of webinars and find out what suits your needs best.
Take a look at our list below:
- “Be Sure You’re Measuring the Right Thing to Earn Your PQRS Bonus”
- This year, three new Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) quality measures have been made available to pathologists with changes to the breast and colorectal cancer resection measures. Experience indicates that the new measures require more than the usual amount of explanation to avoid improper reporting….SEE MORE.
- “Certification is Key to Success!”
- By 2015, your practice must have a compliance plan and providers must be aware in order to adjust to these changes. Having your staff certified is the first step in improving your practice’s bottom line…SEE MORE.
- “Medical Care Billing Basics — A Step-By-Step Approach”
- If you are a small office or private practice, you may have been encountering denials and the common challenges with billing your services. Also, it is important that you avoid these denials as reimbursements are being cut from third party providers in these challenging times…SEE MORE.
- “Learning to Live with the Latest NCCI Pathology Coding Mandates”
- On January 1, 2012, four Medicare correct coding policy changes appeared in the revision to the National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) policy manual. Two of these changes will have a major impact on your revenue from immunohistochemistry testing and prostate needle biopsies. In order to avoid payer and Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) denials, you will need to have a thorough understanding of these changes…SEE MORE.
- “The CMS 1500 The Billing Basics – A Step by Step Approach to Successfully Submit HIPAA Compliant Claims on Paper (Part 01)”
- With the challenges that many offices face with billing, having more information on how to go about this correctly creates a more streamlined process and makes your billing functions efficient. This is timely as third-party providers are cutting off reimbursements due to difficult economic times…SEE MORE.
- “The CMS UB04 The Billing Basics – A Step by Step Approach to Successfully Submit HIPAA Compliant Claims on Paper (Part 02)”
- A lot of personnel that are involved in billing need to understand the difference between Facility Billing and Provider (Physician-based) Billing. With this, creates a more streamlined and efficient billing process for your business…SEE MORE.
- “Can I Really Use Time To Code?”
- In this day and age, every penny counts and using time based codes can help maximize your reimbursement. Aside from this, primary care practices all do a huge amount of counseling and leveling of care can change significantly when based on time…SEE MORE.
- “Coding for Pediatrics: A Coding Update for Pediatrics”
- Pediatrics is often “left out” when it comes to coding. Any time a pediatric practice can get information that is specific to their practice, is something that should be given focus and attention to…SEE MORE.
- “Five Times the Fun: ICD-10-CM in the Pathology Suite”
- On October 01, 2014, the conversion to ICD-10-CM for diagnosis reporting to government and private insurers will take place. And preparations need to begin TODAY. Numerous ramifications of this change must be taken into account in your planning and execution…SEE MORE.
- “Coding and Compliance for Medial Branch Nerve Procedures”
- As Pain Management becomes one of the growing specialties in the coding world today, there is much confusion brewing in one if its components, Medial Branch Nerve Procedures. Aside from having compliance issues, revenue is often left uncollected due to misunderstanding of the guidelines…SEE MORE.
- “Coding For Endoscopic Treatment of Bladder Tumors Set”
- There is still much confusion on how to bill for transurethral resection and/or fulguration of solitary or multiple bladder tumors. What diagnoses are necessary? How can one code for stage and grade of tumors? This presentation will answer all of these questions and more as well as ensure proper coding for the many clinical scenarios that come up with bladder tumors…SEE MORE.
- “Urine Drug Screens, Coding and Compliance”
- Just this year alone, codes for reporting urine drug screenings have changed three times. And since this is a vital part of pain management protocol, it is important that you and your facility are compliant. Compliance is paramount with the recent code changes, legal issues surrounding frequencies, lab incentives and medical necessity…SEE MORE.
- “HIPAA Version 5010 — Are You Ready?”
- January 1, 2012 signals the official implementation of HIPAA Version 5010. Version 5010is the new versionof the X12 standards for HIPAA transactions and codesets as set forth by CMS. With this major change, facilities will need to get ready so that your revenue stream does not get interrupted and still remain HIPAA compliant…SEE MORE.
- “Maintaining Compliance with the OIG”
- Today’s medical economics are mandating return of over payments. With this, the Office of the Inspector General’s (OIG) Work Plan for 2012 offers a mixed variety of challenges for providers, suppliers and facilities. If the OIG targets an issue in its Work Plan, normally it is because there is money to be recouped. It is simply performing its due diligence to prevent, make sure over payments are returned and mandate quality of care…SEE MORE.