Reimbursement and Coding Educational Webinar Series

Stay on top of the rapidly changing reimbursement environment by attending this webinar series for billers, coders, practice administrators and radiologists.

Cost: Free

Credit: No Credit

Live Event Time: 11am-12pm Central



2017 CPT Changes for Radiology

Understanding 2017 coding changes is crucial to obtaining accurate reimbursement for radiology services provided. The breast imaging section of CPT was revised ‒ will Medicare process these new codes in 2017? 2018? Other changes in 2017 impact ultrasound, dialysis graft/fistula imaging and interventions, angioplasty radiology services and billing for moderate sedation administration. Radiologists and coders will also need to understand revisions to the NCCI Policy Manual for 2017. We provide information from the CMS Final Rules pertinent to radiology practices including the new modifier for the drug discarding policy.

What You Need to Know About the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) Part 1 & Part 2

This two-part series will provide an overview of how MIPS will impact your bottom line and will cover topics such as: who is eligible for MIPS, who will be excluded from the program’s incentives and/or penalties, reporting methods, quality measures, activities available for CPIA reporting and scoring under MIPS.

ICD-10-CM Update: Are you ready for the Code Set Updates and the end of the CMS Flexibility Period?

After a 5-year code freeze, the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) has issued 1,974 new ICD-10-CM and revised 425 ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. These codes went into effect on October 1, 2016. The 2017 edition of the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting also contains numerous changes and additions that are relevant to radiology coding. While all changes cannot be covered in one hour, this presentation will focus on some of the changes that impact radiology.

Obstetrical and Non-Obstetrical Pelvic Ultrasound Exams

Pelvic ultrasound studies present documentation challenges for radiology departments and practices. Are you leaving money on the table because you are inadequately documenting these studies? Are you looking for tips to improve capturing the required elements for these exams? This presentation walks you through documentation requirements for Obstetrical and Non-Obstetrical ultrasound procedures and arms you with the information needed to maximize reimbursement and reduce your compliance risks.

2016 Radiology Coding Changes

Understanding 2016 coding changes is crucial to obtaining the proper reimbursement.

PQRS Radiology Measures for the 2016 Reporting Year

Many providers received PQRS penalty letters for failing to successfully report during the 2014 calendar year and are now feeling the sting of reduced Medicare payments.

Improving Reimbursement with Accurate Radiology Documentation

This session reviews the documentation requirements for common radiology procedures. You’ll also learn valuable tips on educating providers and staff about the documentation necessary to reduce burdensome report addendums, ensure accurate billing, and improve reimbursement.

Preparing for ICD-10-CM: Are You Ready for Implementation? It's Not Too Late.

This presentation will provide ideas and tools for capturing clinical details from referring physicians. Getting the level of detail from the ordering physicians to the final radiology reports will be critical for maximum and timely reimbursement.

Preparing for ICD-10: Mammography, Neoplasms, Obstetrical Care, and the Digestive System

Get a snapshot view and understanding of diagnostic codes that will be commonly encountered by radiologists in the areas of Mammography, Neoplasms, Obstetrical Care, and the Digestive System.

Preparing for ICD-10-CM: Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems

Many patients presenting for radiologic examination have cardiovascular or respiratory symptoms or conditions. This webinar will help you understand what information must be captured on orders and radiology reports to comply with ICD-10.

Preparing for ICD-10-CM: Fractures and Injuries

Chapter 19 is the largest chapter in ICD-10-CM, including both fracture and traumatic injury codes. More specificity will require in-depth documentation of the patient’s injury and course of treatment.

2015 Changes are Here: Radiology Coding, Billing, and PQRS

Understand key coding changes that went into effect January 1 impacting radiology billing and reimbursement.

Preparing for ICD-10-CM: Reporting Pain

This webinar will help the audience understand how pain is classified in ICD-10-CM.

Preparing for ICD-10: Practical Tips for Radiologists and Radiology Departments

Introductory event covering new concepts and terminology found in ICD-10-CM

ICD-10 Transition

How the ICD code set is changing, how it will impact healthcare and how you can prepare.

Nuclear Medicine Dictation Standards

Obtain accurate reimbursement by knowing what documentation to look for.

Fluoroscopic Guidance Criteria

Determine when fluoroscopic guidance can be reported.

Capturing Critical Elements in Ultrasound Reports

Learn the most common reason for addendum requests.

Documentation for Rendering 3D Imaging

Understand how to document computed tomographic angiography (CTA) studies and concurrent supervision of 3D reconstruction.

Documentation Pitfalls in Radiology Reports

Identify dos and don'ts when creating a radiology report.

Interventional Radiology: Billing and Coding

Insight on creating complete reports. Tips for appropriate billing and reimbursement.