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Spine Surgery Coding Today

Live Webinars - Spine Surgery Coding Today

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Spine fusionCo-surgerySpine surgery

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Spine surgery coding involves several sections of CPT in both the 20000 section as well as the 60000. There are many different code combinations that can make up one spine surgery case, and not understanding how the coding works relative to code combinations, add-on codes, proper use of modifiers to include an assistant or a co-surgeon are all extremely important to capture all services and assign CPT codes for the proper reimbursement. Because of the complexity of these cases, and the number of CPT codes and/or the charges, many of these claims are not processed through a computer by insurance carriers, but are hand coded by an insurance carrier representative, or the operative report and other medical records may be requested before the insurance company processes the claim. Understanding what the correct coding for these cases should look like will reduce the delay in reimburs

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Mobile Devices in Healthcare - Communicating with Your Care Team and Your Patients

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HIPAA complianceCybersecurityNISTCare Team

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This session will review the requirements and current issues pertaining to mobile devices and present ways for the attendees to consider how to communicate between professionals as well as meet patient desires and stay within the regulations, including processes for managing portable devices, policies needed for ensuring secure communications and storage where needed, and procedures for meeting and documenting patient requests. Recent guidance from the National Institute of Standards and Technology on the use of mobile technologies with EHR data will be discussed and practical ways of using mobile devices securely will be presented.

Who Should Attend?

Compliance ManagerHIPAA Privacy OfficerHIPAA Security OfficerCEOOffice ManagerHR DirectorPrivacy OfficerCIORecords Release ManagerHIM ManagerCounsel

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Bundled Payment Review: How Case Management Can Play a Vital Role

Bundled Payment Review: How Case Management Can Play a Vital Role

HealthcareMar 06, 201911:30 AM EST60 MinutesLive Webinar

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Advanced paymentCMS paymentsBundled paymentInternal transitionsExternal transitions

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This webinar will set the foundation for the execution of bundled payments. It will review the essential roles for case managers and others, both in the hospital and outside the hospital, and transitional strategies across the internal and external care continuum. Outcomes to ensure optimal transitional strategies will be reviewed. Additionally, this webinar will assist those not involved in a bundled payment program to prepare for future readiness. Whether your hospital is part of a bundled payment program or not, you will need to prepare as it is likely that bundled payment programs will continue to roll out, and will become a mandatory payment method.

Session Highlights:

Review the various bundled payment models in useDiscuss case management’s role

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2019 Updates for Coding and Documentation in Psychiatry by Letitia Patterson

2019 Updates for Coding and Documentation in Psychiatry by Letitia Patterson

HealthcareFeb 28, 201901:00 PM ESTLive Webinar.

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PsychiatryMental healthSubstance AbuseCoding Compliance

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Psychiatrists and psychologists who do psychological and neuropsychological testing services will have to implement the new changes in the codes given. The revised CPT codes are mandatory to be implemented in the testing otherwise it will come under non-compliance with HIPAA. The codes are changed annually by the American Medical Association (AMA).

Who Should Attend?

Behavioral health providersBillers and codersFinance and revenue cycle staffMid-level providers and social workersEducation and legal professionalsPractice administratorsPsychiatristsCoding compliance specialists.

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Top HIPAA Data Breaches for 2018: What We Have Learned About Protecting ePHI

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1- Identify the components in a HIPAA Compliance program.2- Recognize the impact of not creating and monitoring an effective HIPAA program to protect your organization’s ePHI.3- Take a look at the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) website breach portal, “Wall of Shame.”4- Recognize the value of effective written procedures and procedures specific to your organizational structure.

Session Highlights:

1- Understand the scope of HIPAA compliance and monitoring programs and what your organization should be monitoring and auditing2- What is considered a “breach” and when to report.3- Effective HIPAA compliance checklist review4- Review “live” HIPAA breach cases for 2018, lessons learned, penalties assigned.

Why Should You Attend?

Opportunity to influence and motivate by creating a “Culture of Compliance” to embrace critical roles in implementing successful HIPAA programs.

An effective HIPAA monitoring program is essential to the overall success of any operation.

HIPAA-covered

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Live Webinar Podiatry and Foot Care by Lynn Anderanin

Live Webinar Podiatry and Foot Care by Lynn Anderanin

HealthcareFeb 20, 201901:00 PM EST60 MinutesLive Webinar

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PodiatryFoot CareRoutine Foot CareDiabetic Shoes

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Procedures and services related to the foot are very specific and can be quite confusing because of the medical necessity requirements and restrictions on the conditions that can be treated. This conference will discuss these regulations and guidelines to offer a better understanding of when these services will be payable.

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Routine Foot CareI & D abscessDebridementShaving of LesionsExcision of lesionsCutting of corns and callusesExcision of foreign bodyDestruction of wartsCMS Covered DiagnosesNail CareDebridementAvulsionExcision of nailWedge excision of nailCutting of nondystrophic nailsCutting of dystrophic nailsClass FindingsClass Findings Modifiers Plantar FasciitisPlantar Fasciitis InjectionsBunions- Hallux ValgusHallux RigidusBunion CPT CodingFlat FootFlat Foot CorrectionMo

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HIPAA Issues With Texting And Mobile Devices In Healthcare

Attend Live Webinar - HIPAA Issues With Texting And Mobile Devices In Healthcare

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  • HIPAA requirements
  • Texting and mobile devices
  • PHI protection
  • Information security
  • Communication security

Session Highlights:

1) Find out the ways that patients want to use their texting and mobile devices to communicate with providers, and the ways providers want to use texting and mobile devices to enable better patient care.2) Learn what are the risks of using texting and mobile devices, what can go wrong, and what can result when it does.3) Find out about HIPAA requirements for access and patient preferences, as well as the requirements to protect PHI.4) Learn how to use an information security management process to evaluate risks and make decisions about how best to protect PHI and meet patient needs and desires.5) Find out what policies and procedures you should have in place for dealing with texting and mobile devices, as well as any new technology.6) Learn about the training

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E/M Guidelines 2019 Updates - Lynn Anderanin

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The Medicare Documentation Guidelines for office visits have 3 components, history, examination, and medical decision making. Medicare has changed the requirements for history and examination to make the time it takes to document these requirements more efficient. But if the new requirements are not applied correctly, the provider can fail an audit performed by Medicare or other insurance carriers. This session will look at the changes and explain how to apply them, but also look at what else is affected by these changes. This will affect how documentation is audited, but when medical records are requested, the documentation that will need to be sent will be different to represent everything that was used to arrive at the level of service reported. A provider does not want to be accused of upcoding or downcoding.

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