Cracking the IR Code: Diagnostic Angiography – Part 2

March 26, 2020
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM ET

Correctly assign catheterization and radiological supervision and interpretation codes for diagnostic angiography of the arterial system -Interpret documentation provided in interventional radiology reports, including definitions of key terms affecting code assignment -Describe non-selective vs. selective catheterization and explain how to choose correct catheterization codes for multiple vascular families -Determine the requirements for assigning specific radiological supervision and interpretation codes -Explain differing rules for different body areas, such as head/neck angiography vs. extremity and visceral studies.

Speaker: Stacie L. Buck, RHIA, CCS-P, RCC, RCCIR, CIRCC

Cracking the IR Code: Diagnostic Angiography – Part 1

February 27, 2020
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Correctly assign catheterization and radiological supervision and interpretation codes for diagnostic angiography of the arterial system
  • Interpret documentation provided in interventional radiology reports, including definitions of key terms affecting code assignment
  • Describe non-selective vs. selective catheterization and explain how to choose correct catheterization codes for multiple vascular families
  • Determine the requirements for assigning specific radiological supervision and interpretation codes
  • Explain differing rules for different body areas, such as head/neck angiography vs. extremity and visceral studies

Speaker: Stacie L. Buck, RHIA, CCS-P, RCC, RCCIR, CIRCC

Arthroscopic Shoulder Procedures

January 29, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET

This power point will discuss NCCI issues for arthroscopic shoulder procedures, discuss shoulder terminology, shoulder anatomy, surgical procedures and their coding and bundling issues.

Speaker: Ella King, CPC, CPMA, ST

Fibroid Tumors – Current Treatment Options in CPT

Published: June 11, 2019

Understand the need and the appropriate billing for patients with Fibroid Tumors. We will review both traditional, holistic, and surgical options for patients, and how those are to be coded and billed.

We will also review the impact Coding and Billing have on appropriate reimbursement for this particular diagnosis – Acknowledge the risk of billing with disregard to Medical Necessity and inappropriate coding, following procedural guidelines for specific 3rd party payers.

Presenter: Lori-Lynne

Anatomy and Physiology Webinar Series

Module 1:

Anatomy and Physiology Defined
Levels of Organization
Organization of the Human Body
Anatomical Terminology
Medical Terminology
Integumentary System

Module 2:

Musculoskeletal System

Module 3:

Nervous System

Module 4:

Endocrine, Digestive and Respiratory Systems

Module 5:

Cardiovascular and Lymphatic

Module 6:

Urinary and Reproductive Systems

Speaker: Heather Schueler, DC, CACCP