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Medicare Advantage (HCC) Documentation: Connecting Clinical and Coding Concepts for Cancer and other Coding/Clinical Collisions
October 19th, 2017 at 1:00-2:00 PM EST
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FY 2018 ICD-10-CM/PCS Update September 14, 2017 There are over 6,000 ICD-10-PCS and 700 ICD-10-CM updated codes for use October 1, 2017. Learn about the changes that are applicable to your specialty or area of expertise and what you need to do about them.
Impact of Coding Guidelines on DRGs August 17, 2017 The ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting and the AHA Coding Clinic instructions have different impacts on the MS-DRG and APR-DRG grouper logic as do the codebook instructional notes. The guidelines change over time and require careful monitoring for DRG impact and compliant code assignment. As part of an overall quality assurance plan to minimize coding errors and retrospective adjustments or denials, these guidelines should be tested for impact on reimbursement, coding, case mix, and monitored for proper use.
Medicare Advantage (HCC) Documentation: Connecting Clinical and Coding Concepts for Endocrine and Pulmonary Diseases July 20, 2017 Coders and CDI staff are looking at the same elephant but from different ends: one holding the trunk, the other holding the tail. Dr. Taylor is both a clinician and coder, and understands the whole documentation elephant and will explain the differences and how to reconcile them. The Medicare HCC model is based on diagnosis capture of what is documented in the chart, and clinical indicators are necessary to support the code.
Medicare Advantage (HCC) Documentation: Connecting Clinical and Coding Concepts for Cardiovascular Diseases June 15, 2017 Coders and CDI staff are looking at the same elephant but from different ends: one holding the trunk, the other holding the tail. Dr. Taylor is both a clinician and coder, and understands the whole documentation elephant and will explain the differences and how to reconcile them. The Medicare HCC model is based on diagnosis capture of what is documented in the chart, and clinical indicators are necessary to support the code.
Minimize the Confusion behind Reporting Infusions and Injections May 18, 2017 It can be confusing to determine the appropriate code(s) for infusion and injection services. Even the basic terms, push/infusion/injection, may mean different things to the clinical staff and the coding staff. Time based services are inherently challenging and require precise documentation to support that you’ve met or exceeded the ‘mid-point.’ When it is about the why something was done (medical necessity) more than what was done, documentation can even challenge veteran staff.
Breathe Easy – Tips on Coding & Documentation for Respiratory Diagnoses & Services April 20, 2017 As we learn more about the application of ICD-10 codes, the guidelines created to assist in correct coding can still be seen as confusing to some. This webinar will offer simple strategies for assigning codes for these troublesome and ever changing coding areas of respiratory conditions and the treatment of those conditions, such as mechanical ventilation. Various coding scenarios will be reviewed.
March Medication Madness: Tying Together Use, Documentation, and Coding March 16, 2017 The information presented in this webinar will include an explanation of the medications most commonly associated with adverse drug events treated in EDs and hospitals along with the reported frequency and types of adverse events, most common manifestations, typical diagnostic work up and treatments associated with the adverse event and outcomes. The presenters will also review the proper use of the ICD-10-CM Table of Drugs and Chemicals to identify codes, pertinent coding conventions and sequencing guidelines , and where to find documentation in the patient’s record, as well as how and when to query the physician for clarification of an adverse event. The financial impact of adverse drug events in terms of MCCs, CCs, and MS-DRG assignment will also be demonstrated.
Matters of the Heart: ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding of Hypertension and Circulatory Procedures February 16, 2017 Over the last few months there were diagnosis and procedure guideline changes that impacted the coding of the diagnosis of hypertension and circulatory coding issues such as bypass grafts and advancement in technology for heart and vessel procedures. This webinar will offer simple strategies for assigning codes for these troublesome and ever changing coding areas.
Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System: 2017 APC Update December 15, 2016
This presentation provides the audience with a better understanding of the significant changes associated with the 2017 Medicare Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) final rule published in early November 2016. Participants will be able to incorporate the information into plans for their hospitals as indicated by the changes.
CY 2017 CPT® Update December 1, 2016
The New Year will once again ring in numerous changes for reporting medical services and procedures. Dozens of new codes reflect innovative technology and new services rendered. The revisions clarify the intent of codes as well as bundle frequently used component codes into new combination codes. Reporting time for moderate sedation and reporting dialysis maintenance will significantly change for services post January 1. This webinar will review these and all other changes that will impact coding and compliance in the New Year.
Distilling the Healthcare Acronym Jungle: Finding and implementing common ground among next generation healthcare reimbursement and quality systems November 17, 2016
This presentation attempts to distill the essence behind the mire of regulation and re-regulation that has occurred during the last 10 years in healthcare. While many courses provide a short primer on each new program, this session will look deeper into the commonalities between them, helping you create a more unified approach and communication message when managing or implementing next generation healthcare initiatives.
ICD-10-CM Coding for Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (IRFs) October 20, 2016
The webinar will provide an overview of diagnosis coding in the inpatient rehabilitation setting using the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM). The purpose of this presentation is to assist in understanding the correct coding practices for reporting diagnosis codes for inpatient rehabilitation facilities.
FY 2017 Changes to IPPS MS-DRGs and CMS’ Quality Programs September 29, 2016
This presentation will explain the IPPS changes for FY 2016, as well as the motivation and rationale. It will describe the changes and additions to the MS-DRGs, CC and MCC lists and the impact these changes will have case mix, coding practices and data reporting. It will provide an update on revisions to the measures in CMS’ various quality programs as well as refinements to scoring methodology used to determine rankings and financial incentives and penalties.