COVID-19 Telehealth Coding & Billing 3-Part Training Series


Important: Please select a format for each part of this series below. Final discounted rate will be reflected once all selections are made.

Part 1: CMS NEW Telehealth COVID-19 Rule: Get Paid for Virtual Care Services

You can pack more provider visits into your schedule, without expanding your practice hours. This training will help you code your virtual care services more accurately, boost your revenue by thousands, and expand your patient access...

Part 2: Coronavirus: Get Paid for Private Pay Non-Face-to-Face Patient Care

Treat more patients remotely and get paid during the COVID-19 emergency. This training will help you code your non-face-to-face services more accurately, boost your reimbursement, and protect your practice and patients.

Part 3: Avoid Post-COVID-19 Trouble: Comply with CMS Copay Waivers

Healthcare attorney walks you through how to comply with CMS and private payer copay and cost sharing waiver changes due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  Avoid allegations of fraud post-pandemic by ensuring compliance today.


Your practice’s success or failure during the current COVID-19 pandemic could all come down to your ability to successfully code and bill for your patients’ non-face-to-face services.

How you code and document for your non-face-to-face services can either get you paid or leave you providing these services for free.

There is help available, the COVID-19 Telehealth Coding & Billing 3-Part Online Training Series. These online training sessions will provide you with practice-specific step-by-step advice on how to successfully implement and manage telehealth services at your practice. Ultimately, you’ll be able to get paid more of what you are due and not have to worry about compliance risks.

Read below to learn more about each of these can’t miss training sessions:


Order all training sessions in this series as a bundle in the next 5 days, and you will receive 20% off automatically. Or, you can choose to get just one of the sessions at the regular rate. ORDER TODAY!

PART 1: CMS NEW Telehealth COVID-19 Rule:
Get Paid for Virtual Care Services

Order the On-Demand Recording to Watch at Your Convenience. 

CMS has the answer on how to overcome the obstacles of providing (and getting paid for) telehealth services. Medicare is waiving virtual care restrictions with their new COVID-19 Telehealth Rules.

These waivers will allow you to treat more patients with fewer staff, prevent virus spread, and protect the health of your entire team. With these new rules, Medicare (and some private payers) are paying for non-face-to-face services (even in non-emergency areas). The catch is, you must know how to accurately code for telehealth (99201-99215) and virtual care services (G2010, G2012) to get paid.

This is where nationally recognized coding expert and educator, Leonta Williams, MBA, RHIA, CCS, CCDS, CPC, CPCO, CEMC, CHONC, CRC, can help. During her online training sessionyou’ll receive step-by-step expert advice on how you can increase your telemedicine and virtual care services reimbursement and avoid common compliance missteps, so you’re protected from the audits that Medicare is promising when this is all over.

PART 2: Coronavirus: Get Paid for Private Pay
Non-Face-to-Face Patient Care

Order the On-Demand Recording to Watch at Your Convenience. 

Getting your providers paid for non face-to-face services is about so much more than just optimizing their time and productivity. With the fast spread of COVID-19, it’s now about keeping your providers and your staff healthy and safe.

It would be great if you didn’t have to worry about the revenue right now, but even during an extreme situation like the one you are facing, there are still bills to pay.

Fortunately, there are a variety of options available that allow your practitioners to see Medicare AND Private Payer patients remotely, and get paid for the non-face-to-face services.

Both Private Insurers and Medicare are reimbursing for more and more remote services, but to get paid, you must know how to correctly code, bill and document for them.

This is where nationally-recognized coding and training expert, Kim Garner Huey, MJ, CHC, CPC, CCS-P, PCS, CPCO, can help.

During her online training, you’ll receive step-by-step strategies on how to more accurately and easily code, bill and document the non-face-to-face services your physicians and physician extenders provide.

PART 3: Avoid Post-COVID-19 Trouble: Comply with CMS Copay Waivers

Attend the Live on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 @ 1:00 PM EST OR,
Order the On-Demand Recording to Watch at Your Convenience. 

Recently, Medicare and a variety of private payers have implemented copay and cost sharing waivers related to COVID-19 that you must comply with.

You can rest assured that when the coronavirus outbreak has subsided, auditors will be looking for practices that didn’t adhere to these new rules, and you DON’T want to be one of them.

The changes encompass more than whether you should collect a copay or not. These new rules have modified documentation requirements, changed when you can and can’t write-off amounts due, waive copays for a variety of virtual care services, and altered your out-of-network obligations. The good news is that you don’t have to face these rule modifications alone.

Healthcare attorney and practice expert, Heidi Kocher, B.S., M.B.A, J.D., CHC, will walk you through each of the recently implement COVID-19-related waivers during an upcoming online training session.

During this training on Wednesday, April 22nd at 1pm ET, Heidi will provide you with a step-by-step guidance related to exactly how you can comply with these new rules.

Past Webinar Reviews:

“Very informative and timely.” 
– Mark Beaty, Senior Finance Manager, Los Angeles LGBT Center

“The step by step slide show and information was excellent! I also liked the question and answer availability.” 
– Phoebe Dolittle, Claims Supervisor, Heritage Provider Network/ HDMG

“We thought the webinar was extremely helpful and informative.”
– Sandra Elsik, Owner/Medical Billing and Coding Office, Advance Professional Services, LLC

“Leonta Williams had an up-to-date handle on the subject.”
– Gary Ensz, M.D., Auburn Family Health Center P.C.

“I thought the webinar was very useful and gave good information. I like the fact that references/links were included so we can do some research.” 
– Miriam Quinones, Billing Coordinator, Center for Athletic Medicine

“As stated in the question box…I have listened to at least a dozen of these Telehealth / Telemedicine Webinars over the past couple of weeks and I could have saved all the time invested attending those webinars because this is the only one that I needed to attend. Thank you so much for the comprehensive, straight forward and 100% relevant information. I would attend any and all training sessions that are put on by this presenter.” 
– Jody Tinsley, Director of Revenue Management, Community Healthcore

“Excellent, and very resourceful. She spoke clearly, and at a great pace. I also enjoyed the diagrams and resources given to us.”
– Melinda Rivera, HIM Supervisor, Uvalde Memorial Hospital

“I thought the webinar was very informative and the speaker was well spoken.”
– Angella Buffaloe, Coding and Compliance Auditor-HCC, Summit Health Management

“Great on new changes, dates and explanations.” 
– Florine Johnson, CFO, Tessie Cleveland Community Services Corp

“Very good presentation of materials and answering of questions related to current situations.”
– Angela Oswald, Revenue Cycle Manager, Primary Health Solutions

“Great speaker!”
– Cathy Wells, Profee coder, Resolution

“The speaker was very versed on the subject and presented the material well. Thank you for the links, that is very helpful.”
– Trisha Adams, Manager, Physicians Health Plan

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Meet Your Experts

Leonta Williams

Leonta (Lee) Williams is currently the Director of Coding at a large physician organization in the southeast.  Lee has over 15 years of experience working in both the outpatient and inpatient setting.  Some of her professional roles have included coder, auditor, practice manager, educator, and trainer.

Lee has presented at national healthcare conferences, private healthcare training organizations, and has frequently contributed articles to healthcare publications.  She currently serves on a number of Boards including Georgia Health Information Management Association (GHIMA) and the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).  Lee has a B.S. in Health Information Management and an MBA with concentration in Healthcare Administration.

Kim Huey
MJ, CHC, CPC, CCS-P, PCS, CPCOKGG Coding and Reimbursement Consulting, LLC

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.

Heidi Kocher
B.S., M.B.A, J.D., CHCHealthcare Attorney, Liles Parker PLLC

Heidi has 20 years of experience in health care legal and compliance related issues. Her experience includes positions at a large hospital corporation, serving as a compliance officer for a sleep lab/DME company and a compliance director, chief privacy officer and interim chief compliance officer at a medical device manufacturer.

In addition, she has represented and advised critical access and long-term care hospitals, physician groups, home health agencies, DME companies, pharmacies (including compounding pharmacies), non-profit organizations, and licensed individuals. As a result, she understands the complexities and challenges that providers large and small face in complying with increasingly varied and complex laws.

She is an expert in all aspects of compliance and privacy programs, including developing and deploying policies, procedures and training. Her experience includes implementing the various requirements and aspects of a Corporate Integrity Agreement, responding to and defending audits from Medicare, Medicaid and private insurers up through the ALJ level, guiding clients through voluntary self-disclosures, seeking advisory opinions from the OIG, and defending FDA audits.

Heidi developed criteria for and implemented an aggregate spend system, permitting a medical device manufacturer to timely report correct information under the Physician Open Payments Acts (also known as the Physician Payments Sunshine Act).

In addition, she is experienced in developing and implementing a compliance program to address Foreign Corrupt Practices Act requirements, including Eucomed guidelines. She also has significant reimbursement experience, addressing coverage policy issues, challenging denials, recoupments, and loss of billing privileges, obtaining HCPCS codes, and other reimbursement related issues.