With delayed care due to COVID-19, more and more of your patients are likely to have at least one worsening chronic condition. And, as you know, these patients are more complex and can require significantly more of your time to treat and help them cope with their illnesses. In the past, this meant that you would lose money when treating your sickest patients…but not anymore.
Medicare rules for Chronic Care Management now make it easier for you to document and get paid for the services you provide to your sickest patients. With CPT 2020, you’ll have reduced requirements – and more options – with assigned payments for the added care you provide. But there is a catch…
…You have to know HOW to correctly incorporate the CMS chronic care management 2020 CPT codes and guidelines. On your own, this is no small feat as the changes and requirements are numerous. But, with a little guidance, you can get everything you need.
Considering there are more than 133 million patients in the US that suffer from at least one chronic disease, it’s likely you have quite a few patients who qualify for the new Principal Care Management services as well as the clearer guidelines for CMS chronic care management 2020.
You can get everything you need to master the new CMS chronic care management 2020 requirements inside this brand-new Expert Report, Chronic Care Management Coding – Your Step-by-Step CCM Coding Guide to Help You Ethically Get Paid More for the Services You Provide to Your Sickest Patients. Here are just some of the tactics you’ll receive in this expert report created in collaboration with national coding expert, Kim Garner Huey, MJ, CHC, CPC, CCS-P, PCS, CPCO:
- Master requirements for comprehensive care plan (99487, 99489) new definition
- Reduce the time it takes to document elements with newly revised guidelines
- Secure payment for single chronic condition patients (G2064, G2065)
- Improve coordination of care with reduced communication requirements
- Capture extra revenue for transitional & chronic care management
- Boost pay-up for extended face-to-face time with your sickest patients
- Conquer new Principal Care Management services (G2065) supervision qualification requirements
- And so much more…
Accurately implementing the Chronic Care Management changes can mean a significant boost to your overall reimbursements. If you care for chronically ill patients who are even sicker from COVID-19 delayed care and don’t incorporate these changes, you’re leaving tens of thousands of reimbursement dollars uncollected.
IMPORTANT: You only need 100 patients who qualify for the chronic care management monthly reimbursement to earn an additional $100,000 per year. Can you really afford NOT to get paid for these services?
Order your copy of this must-have expert report today!
P.S. New 2020 Chronic Care Management code changes are NOT only for primary care providers. If you are in a specialty practice you can also significantly benefit from the added reimbursement the new 2020 CCM codes changes can bring, for example, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, allergy/asthma, diabetes, podiatry, hospice, immunology, neurology, nephrology, rheumatology, urology, etc. Limited copies available, order today!
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.