Are you getting paid everything possible for your preventive care services claims? Believe it or not, the answer is probably NO. And this is true even if you’ve been coding preventive services for years.
How can this be possible? The fact that these services are coded so often, can actually lead to them being filed on “autopilot.” Making it harder to ensure that you’ve incorporated all of the most recent edits to your claims. So, how can you make sure you are coding your preventive services claims correctly, and receiving the highest allowable reimbursement? There is a relatively easy answer…
In only 60 minutes, coding expert, Bridget Olga Smalls, CPC, will share with you her proven, step-by-step preventive services coding advice during her online training session. This practical, step-by-step online training will walk you through how to code these common services to ensure your claims are more accurate and you’re getting paid more of what you deserve.
Here are just a few of the solutions you’ll receive to some of the most common preventive services coding problems:
- Reduce denials with easy-to-use preventive vs. sick visits identifiers
- Avoid payment problems with proven documentation tips your providers will really use
- How both the PCP and OBG can get paid when the well-woman exam is split between them
- Use modifier 25 to boost reimbursement for wellness exam and E/M on the same day
- Get paid for more additional procedures performed on the same day as preventive exams
- And so much more…
This online training session is perfect for both seasoned coders and those just starting out. It’s chock-full of user-friendly preventive services coding advice you can use immediately.
Incorporating just a few of the proven preventive care coding tactics provided in Bridget’s online training can help you to code these services more accurately and increase your overall pay-up. And considering the volume of these “staple” services, this can result in a significant boost to your bottom line. Don’t wait another minute, order today.
Bridget began her coding career 23 years ago, after accepting a position with one of the largest third party carriers in the U.S.
She has worked for various providers, hospitals, billing companies, attorneys and as an adjunct professor at a secondary learning institution.
After teaching for 5 years, Bridget became the lead instructor over 5 instructors, and after 10 years became the program chair. As a coding trainer with the USAF, she enjoys serving this great nation and giving back.
Very informative, very good, the speaker was loud and clear.