Whether the patient is being seen in their home, hospital, nursing home, or assisted living center there are visit codes to represent the time and work spent in seeing patients in these settings.
While most of these codes require that history, examination, and medical
decision making be documented to determine the level of service, some
of the codes have other requirements like time for example.
In this webinar we will review all of the different options in the
evaluation and management codes that are available to represent visits
performed by providers in all of the different locations and settings.
We will also look at codes that can be added to primary evaluation and
management codes that allow the reporting and reimbursement for
additional time spent. Also, there is projected changes to some of these
coding categories for 2023 which we share in order for attendees to
begin to prepare for future implementation.
Why you should Attend:
Even though there were 2021 changes to office visit documentation
guidelines other E/M service documentation requirements have not
It is important that those determining the level of service for these
other visits understand the requirements and apply them. We will take a
close look at these other E/M codes and give attendees insight on when
to use them and confirm that they are being used for maximum
reimbursement by representing all of the work the provider performed to
complete the visit.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Hospital visits
- Prolonged Service Codes
- Care Plan Oversight
- Home visits
- Nursing Home Visits
- Remote Monitoring
Who Will Benefit:
- Claims Adjuster
- Claims Processor
- Medical Assistant