Boost Chronic Care Management Coding (99490) Accuracy/Pay up


No way around it. Chronic care management (CCM) services are confusing and difficult to code correctly. Especially when you consider that once you finally get it right, Medicare changes the rules again, and 2024 is no exception.

Although mastering CCM coding rules is a massive pain in the neck, the financial payoff of getting them right can be significant. For example, submitting claims for complex chronic care management services (99487) for 20 of your patients over a year can generate an extra $32,000 for your practice (and this may be a conservative estimate, depending on your specialty).

Make Chronic Care Management Coding Easier

In addition to chronic care management, there are other care management services that can also substantially impact your reimbursement if you know how to code them correctly.

Coding expert Toni Elhoms, CCS, CPC, CPMA, CRC, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PC Trainer, can help you correctly code and get paid for chronic care management, remote patient monitoring and principal care management services. During her 60-minute online training, you will receive easy-to-implement strategies that simplify your care management coding and help you get paid more for the added time and effort these services require.

Expert Chronic Care Management Coding Tactics

Here are just a few of the chronic care management coding strategies you’ll master during Toni’s online training:

  • Uncover the 2024 documentation rules for chronic care management codes 99490-99491
  • Secure payments for extra clinical staff time with 99439 now that G2058 has been deleted
  • Master time thresholds for updated principal care management codes (99424-99427)
  • Uncover hidden reimbursement for remote patient monitoring services
  • Differentiate which clinicians qualify for 99490 vs. 99491 and how to utilize them
  • Capture extra revenue for particularly complex patients with 99487 & 99489
  • Conquer supervision requirements for each type of care management
  • Discover which systems qualify for remote monitoring CPT codes 99454 & 99457
  • Boost payments by mastering 2024 modifier usage for chronic care management
  • And so much more…

Chronic Care Management Boost

Considering that there are more than 133 million patients in the US suffering from at least one chronic disease, it’s likely that you are providing care management services to at least a portion of your patients – in many instances, for free.  However, it doesn’t have to be this way.

IMPORTANT: You only need 100 patients who qualify for the chronic care management monthly reimbursement to earn an additional $100,000 in 2024. These codes are not only for primary care providers — even specialists are entitled to report them. Can you really afford NOT to get paid for chronic care management services?

With a little help, you can stop forfeiting tens of thousands of dollars each year by learning how to correctly code for chronic care management, principal care management, and remote patient monitoring services. Don’t wait. Register for this online training, and in only 60 minutes, you’ll learn how to get paid for more of the care management services you provide

Meet Your Expert

Toni Elhoms
CCS, CPC, CPMA, CRC, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS TrainerFounder and CEO of Alpha Coding Experts, LLC

Toni Elhoms is an internationally known speaker and recognized subject matter expert on medical coding, reimbursement, and revenue cycle management. She is the Founder and CEO of Alpha Coding Experts, LLC.  She holds multiple credentials with the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

With over a decade of industry experience, she has led and supported hospital systems, universities, physician practices, payers, law firms, government agencies, and other entities on coding, billing, and compliance initiatives. She is a frequent contributor to various media outlets, speaker, and regular guest on industry podcasts.  She created the Alpha Coding Podcast series to share her industry Pro-Tips.  She also leads and mentors a network of revenue cycle management professionals across the country and serves as the President of the Orlando, FL AAPC Chapter.