Gain $50 for E-Visits, July 2020 CMS Rule Notice


You can now get paid up to $50 for your emails and telehealth e-visits with CPT code 99423 that you are probably providing for free and may not realize you can bill for. The catch is you must master new CMS rules.

Over the course of a year, telehealth dollars can add up to thousands, helping you replace the revenue your practice has lost due to decreased office visit volume. But to successfully bill for these claims and reap the financial reward for your telemedicine services, you must overcome complex coding and billing rules and comply with the July 1 CMS Fee Schedule Notification.

That’s where coding and training expert Leonta (Lee) Williams, MBA, RHIA, CCS, CCDS, CPC, CPCO, CEMC, CHONC, CRC comes in. During Lee’s online training, she’ll explain exactly how you can maximize reimbursement for your telehealth services – and how to STOP providing non face-to-face services for free.

Here’s just a sample of the telehealth reimbursement strategies and tactics you’ll receive by attending this 60-minute online training:

  • Uncover proper modifier usage to prevent a telehealth fraud claims audit
  • Identify providers eligible to bill up to $15 for check ins (G2012) and remote evaluations (G2010)
  • Get telehealth and telemedicine claims paid faster with correct place of service codes
  • Add up to $50 when these providers perform an e-visit (99421-99423)
  • Quickly determine which payers have extended emergency waivers to get paid longer
  • Increase online assessment pay by almost $34 (G2061-G2063) for these clinicians’ services
  • Pinpoint allowed non-face-to-face services for new patients
  • Create audit-proof documentation using new Medicare Fee Schedule typical time definition
  • Earn as much as $110 per claim for telephone calls (99441-99443) when these criteria are met
  • Expand patients who qualify for remote physiologic monitoring (RPM) per new CMS notice
  • Prevent breaking legal billing requirements by following telehealth coding duration rules
  • Correctly apply prolonged services billing rules when for calls extend beyond 30 minutes
  • Collect additional revenue for e-visits services provided on PHE allowed platforms
  • Pin down patient-initiated documentation for telemedicine pay that stans up to scrutiny
  • And so much more…

IMPORTANT: Insurers have extended telemedicine coverage following CMS’ telehealth rules that may become permanent. Medicare and other payers are offering more reimbursement than ever for services you provide via phone, text, email, patient portal, video, and more. Don’t miss out on these significant revenue-building opportunities just because you don’t know how to correctly code the most current allowances.

Sign up quickly and start earning real money for ongoing email communications and brief check-ins you could have been billing for all along!

Meet Your Expert

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.


Very good webinar!
Santilata Achari
Cardiology Partners
The webinar slides had lots of pertinent information.
Katie Belk-Arenas
Mesquite Gastroenterology and Surgery Center
The speaker was well informed and she gave references where to find the information. Great webinar! It was informative and to the point. Keep doing what you're doing!
Sheila Johnson
Heartland Alliance Health