With CMS and other insurers continuing to lower your practice’s pay, it’s essential that you maximize your E/M coding processes and billing strategies to make 2024 your most lucrative year ever.
Think that’s not possible? It can be if you apply new code G2211 to your E/M services when warranted, you master the telehealth rules and you work your denials on a regular basis. If that all sounds overwhelming, it doesn’t have to be.
The good news is that experts have analyzed the 2024 Physician Fee Schedule and CPT rules and are ready to share the billing, appeal and E/M coding strategies they’ve discovered with medical practices that want to bring in more cash next year.
Two leading experts — nationally recognized physician, coder, and healthcare consultant Dreama Sloan-Kelly, MD, CCS, CPC and coding expert and educator Kim Huey, MJ, CHC, CPC, CCS-P, PCS, CPCO, COC will share the insights that can help you bring in more cash this year while staying compliant.
These two expert-led online trainings will be key to ensuring your E/M coding, procedure billing, appeals management and other processes are well positioned for you to maximize your income, code correctly and remain compliant all throughout 2024.
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PART 1: Ace 2024 CMS Fee Schedule Updates: G2211, Telehealth & More
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URGENT: In 2024, the CMS Fee Schedule will reduce your reimbursement by 3.4% — unless you take action right now.
This added reduction in Medicare payments means that you can’t afford to leave any money uncollected. Doing so means you’re doing the work and not getting paid. You can make up for at least some of the CMS Fee Schedule reimbursement reduction if you master the 2024 changes by the January 1st deadline. By employing strategies like using newly approved E/M add-on code G2211, you may be able to make up for the conversion factor losses — but only if you know the ropes.
Fortunately, you don’t have to navigate the 2024 CMS Fee Schedule changes alone. Coding expert and educator Kim Huey, MJ, CHC, CPC, CCS-P, PCS, CPCO, COC can help.
During her online training, Kim will walk you through exactly how to more efficiently and accurately incorporate the 2024 CMS Fee Schedule changes that will most impact your practice — and before the January 1st deadline. This online training will help you get paid more of what you deserve for the services you provide.
Here are just a few of the practical, step-by-step 2024 CMS Fee Schedule implementation strategies you’ll learn by attending this 60-minute online training:
- Discover how the new E/M add-on code G2211 can help you bring in more income
- Identify how split-shared changes will impact providers in 2024
- Pinpoint how telehealth billing will change dramatically next year
- Demystify how to collect for new code G0136 in 2024
- Master the new caregiver training services guidelines to collect more
- Discover the 2024 MIPS thresholds to keep income flowing
- Find out how Social Determinants of Health codes will help you bring in more cash
- Identify which COVID vaccine codes to report for in-home inoculations in 2024
- Master the updated behavioral health services guidelines
- And so much more…
PART 2: G2211: Collect $16 More Per E/M Visit in 2024 With Key Tips
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The only way to collect maximum income in 2024 is to perfect your use of new E/M add-on code G2211. This recently approved code can allow you to collect an additional $16 per E/M visit for Medicare patients, but only if you know the complex and evolving guidelines.
On top of that, the outpatient E/M descriptors have changed for 2024 — YES, again — and if you aren’t ready for the updates, your claims for codes 99202-99215 will be denied, which could cost you thousands in lost reimbursement.
Providers made more than $1 billion worth of E/M coding errors in 2023, and 2024 could be even more error-prone if you aren’t up to date on how to report G2211, 99202-99215, split/shared visits and more. Auditors are watching to ensure that you’re adhering to the new Medicare guidelines. One misstep is all it takes for a denial, which most practices simply cannot afford.
To capture every single dollar your practice is entitled to, you’ve got to perfectly document, code and bill your E/M services, which is easier said than done — particularly with all the changes that take effect on January 1. Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. Nationally recognized physician, coder, and healthcare consultant Dreama Sloan-Kelly, MD, CCS, CPC, is here to help. During her one-hour online training session, Dr. Sloan-Kelly will walk you through EXACTLY how you should report G2211 and the other E/M changes to ensure your claims continue to get paid.
This expert-led training will provide you with step-by-step advice so you can code, bill, and document your E/M visits to ensure you can claim every dollar you deserve for these essential services.
Here are just a few of the strategies for reporting new add-on code G2211 and other E/M codes that you’ll master during this 60-minute online training:
- Discover whether your modifier 25 use will change when reporting G2211
- Decipher code descriptor updates for reporting outpatient codes 99202-99215
- Accurately collect $16 more per claim with by mastering G2211
- Evaluate whether 99211 is changing and documentation best practices
- Analyze your options for split/shared E/M billing now that the rules have changed
- Discover which specialties can report G2211
- Capture reimbursement for incident to when an NPP performs the E/M service
- Master insider documentation strategies now that 99202-99215 time guidelines have shifted
- Capture additional revenue by understanding which patients qualify for G2211
- Proven strategies help you keep track of multiple coding guidelines for E/M services
- And much more!
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Kim is an independent coding and reimbursement consultant, providing audit, training and oversight of coding and reimbursement functions for physicians. Kim completed three years of pre-medical education at the University of Alabama before she decided that she preferred the business side of medicine.
She completed a Bachelor’s degree in Health Care Management and went on to obtain certification through the American Academy of Professional Coders and the American Health Information Management Association.
Recognizing the important position of compliance in today’s world, she has also obtained certification as a Certified Healthcare Compliance Consultant and a Certified Healthcare Audit Professional. Kim is also an AHIMA-approved ICD-10-CM trainer and has recently earned a Master of Jurisprudence in Health Law.
For over twenty-five years, Kim has worked with providers in virtually all specialties, from General Surgery to Obstetrics/Gynecology to Oncology to Internal Medicine and beyond. She has spoken at the national conference for numerous organizations.
Dreama has over 14 years of experience in the medical field. A graduate of Wellesley College and Tufts University School of Medicine she has a varied background including clinical, billing, and coding. As CEO of Dr. Sloan-Kelly Consulting, Dreama speaks at various seminars, imparting her knowledge in an upbeat, matter of fact, manner.
Her goal is to provide attendees with only pertinent information to minimize the nonsense, and make sure everyone has fun at the same time. Dreama works with practices one on one, through coding consulting. She offers in-services seminars that can be held on or off-site. Dreama has learned in most seminars you spend a whole day only getting 20% of what you need, and 80% you leave – she has made it her goal to carve out the 20% that you need and giving you the take home message that will help you and your practice.