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Hilton Garden Inn | 10914 Kanis Road | Little Rock, Arkansas
Registration: 8:30 am | Workshop: 9 am - 4 pm | Lunch provided
Back to the Basics Coding
We all work in and around CPT, ICD-10, and Modifiers all day, every day, but when was the last time you stopped to refresh your perspective on these topics and applicable rules and considerations? During this session, we will spend time diving into the concepts that you need to be focused on in 2017.
- CPT Considerations for Coding and Auditing: During this session, we will start at the beginning of your CPT book and lightly brush through many specialties and considerations needed as well as address concerns around preventive services, AWV, Initial wellness, smoking cessation, and ancillary services.
- ICD-10 Considerations in Your Daily Work: This session will NOT be a deep dive into ICD-10, but it will address some of the common uses, considerations, concerns, and cornerstones of obtaining the proper ICD-10 code.
- Modifier Consideration: During this portion of the training, we will take an in-depth review of each modifier whether surgical, informative, or E&M in nature. Decision trees will be provided for select modifiers that cause mass confusion amongst coders and auditors.
Hands-On E&M Coding and Auditing
We can never train too much on E&M services especially since these are the root of most audits. This session will be driven by a cursory review of E&M services, followed by hands-on application of coding/auditing E&M.
- Review of E&M Documentation Guidelines: Review of the components: History, Exam, MDM, and Medical Necessity and its place in E&M.
- Hands-on E&M Coding/Auditing Work: Attendees will be provided actual practice notes to be reviewed during this training. Attendees will also be given time to code/audit the notes. A review of the notes during the session will be provided.
Speaker: Shannon DeConda, CPC, CPC-I, CEMC, CMSCS, CPMA. President and Founder, National Alliance of Medical Accreditation Services (NAMAS) and Managing Partner, Coding and Reimbursement Department, DoctorsManage-
As a multi-specialty auditor and coder with over 18 years work experience Shannon DeConda’s consulting service have helped coders, medical chart auditors, and practices optimize business processes and maximize reimbursement by identifying lost revenue. Since founding NAMAS in 2007, Shannon DeConda has developed the NAMAS CPMA® Certification Training, written the NAMAS CPMA® Study Guide, and launched a wide variety of educational products and web-based educational tools to help coders, auditors, and medical providers improve their efficiencies. Shannon DeConda is certified through both the AAPC and PAHCS
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This seminar will be held in conjunction with the AMS Annual Meeting.
The 2017 Risk Education Seminar “Lessons Learned from Malpractice Claims” will benefit both physicians and non-physician staff members. The program will analyze lawsuits and discuss electronic records, patient interaction, informed consent, scope of practice, vicarious liability and documentation.
- $75.00 Physicians
- $25 Non-Physicians (non-refundable)
Lunch will be provided beginning at 12:15pm
10% Premium Credit for SVMIC Physician Policyholders
2 Education hours for all attendees
For more information, call 800.342.2239.
20 Minute Rule
The Board of Directors has determined that physicians attending an SVMIC seminar for credit must participate in the entire program to qualify for a 10% premium credit. We will count in attendance only those participants who are signed in within the first 20 minutes of the seminar. Late arrivals will not be considered present for satisfaction of the 10% premium credit or CME credit.