2020 CPT Changes

Published: December 12, 2019

This webinar will help you:

  • Recognize the 394 changes in CPT for 2020.
  • Understand the rationale behind each change.
  • Apply knowledge learned in day to day practice.
  • Demonstrate the role Clinical Documentation improvement plays in the coding process.

Who should attend this webinar?

Practice Managers, Revenue Cycle Managers, Billing Managers, Coding Specialists and Clinical Documentation Improvement Professionals

Speaker: Dr. Lisa L Campbell, RHIA, CDIP, CCS, CCS-P, CPC, COC, CRC, CPC-I

 

2020 CPT Code Changes

January 9, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MT

  • Cover to cover review and discussion of significant 2020 CPT code additions, deletions, and revisions
  • Review of applicable guideline additions, deletions, and revisions
  • Discuss how documentation requirements may be impacted by 2020 changes
  • Discuss other important coding-related items to look to for 2020 updates on (i.e. coverage policies, reimbursement policies, etc.)

 

Speaker: Whitney Horton

ICD-10-CM for Pediatrics

Overview:

ICD-10-CM for Pediatrics offers correct coding advice in manageable chunks with interesting and interactive instruction from a nationally recognized industry expert. Topics include:

  • Purposes and Characteristics of a Classification System
  • Steps to Support Coding Decisions
  • Use of Excludes I vs. Excludes 2 Notes
  • Official Coding Guidelines Pertinent to Pediatric Care
  • Differentiating between Status vs. History of Coding
  • Use, Abuse and Dependence of Drugs and Alcohol
  • Perinatal Period Defined with Examples
  • Coding and Guidelines for Chapter 16 Perinatal Period in ICD-10-CM
  • Observation Codes Z codes vs. P codes
  • Coding and Guidelines for Chapter 17 Congenital Conditions

CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management

Speaker:

Gail I. Smith, MA, RHIA, CCS-P, President of Gail I. Smith Consulting, is a health care consultant with over 30 years experience in the field of coding, education and health information management (HIM). Gail was an associate professor and director of a HIM program at the University of Cincinnati and program director at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. Recently, Gail has focused on ICD-10-CM/PCS education: developing online courses, presenting workshops, and performing documentation reviews. She has authored several coding textbooks for CPT and ICD-10-CM and is an AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM/PCS trainer and Academy faculty member. Ms. Smith received her bachelor’s degree in HIM from The Ohio State University and her master’s degree in education from The College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Pricing: 

  • $59 AHIMA members
  • $59 non-members

    Online courses are non-refundable.

Access to the Course

Access instructions to the recording will be provided within 2 business days following receipt of payment.

You will have 30 days to access the course after payment has been received.

Facility Inpatient Coding Skills Assessment

Overview:

The Facility Inpatient Coding Skills Assessment is designed to measure competency in ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding of inpatient services.

Facility Inpatient Coding Assessment features:

  • 50 questions
  • Assign codes according to national coding guidelines and not hospital-specific or payer-specific guidelines.
  • It is very important to use your code books and not use an encoder in this assessment.
  • There is no time limit on this assessment but you will have only one attempt.
  • You will have an opportunity at the end of the assessment to review all the questions as well as your answers and to make any changes prior to submission for grading.
  • The passing score is 70%

CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management

Author:

 

Libman Education’s online courses focus on hospital coding (ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT) from beginner to advanced, as well as coding credential prep (both AHIMA and AAPC), and specialty topics (CDI, HIPAA, Reimbursement, IR & Cardiovascular, LTAC, and Pediatrics). Courses are specifically designed to improve individual skills and increase the efficiencies and competencies of health care providers and institutions.

Pricing: 

  • $59 AHIMA members
  • $59 non-members

Online courses are non-refundable.

Access to the Course

Access instructions will be provided within 2 business days following receipt of payment. You will have 30 days to access the course after payment has been received

Injection and Infusion Coding for Facilities

Overview:

Injection and Infusion Coding for Facilities explains I&I coding in a step-by-step process to ensure accurate coding of services provided in Oncology Units, Infusion Units, and Emergency Rooms.

  • Understand the use of the hierarchy of Injections and Infusions (I&I) to determine coding of initial, subsequent, sequential, and concurrent.
  • Grasp the concepts that govern how to properly code the administration of chemotherapy, non-chemotherapy agents, and hydration.
  • Accurately capture I&I services provided in Oncology Units, Infusion Units, and Emergency Rooms.
  • Improve the accuracy and quality of I&I coding to ensure proper reimbursement and less frequent denials.

CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management

Author:

 

Libman Education’s online courses focus on hospital coding (ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT) from beginner to advanced, as well as coding credential prep (both AHIMA and AAPC), and specialty topics (CDI, HIPAA, Reimbursement, IR & Cardiovascular, LTAC, and Pediatrics). Courses are specifically designed to improve individual skills and increase the efficiencies and competencies of health care providers and institutions.

Pricing: 

  • $59 AHIMA members
  • $59 non-members

Online courses are non-refundable.

Access to the Course

Access instructions to the recording will be provided within 2 business days following receipt of payment.

You will have 30 days to access the course after payment has been received