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Emergency Department (ED) Coding and Billing
Event Date: TBD
Time: 1 pm ET | 12 pm CT | 11 am MT | 10 am PT
Duration of the training: 60 Minutes
Location: Online Webinar
By: Maya Turner, CPC

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As Emergency Departments are open 24/7, 365 days a year, and they have specific standards for documenting evaluation and management (E/M) services. Coders and billers must be able to decipher complex documentation, interpret facility rules and regulations, and communicate with providers to reduce audit risk.

This webinar is to help get through the web of changes for all other EM services made in 2023. This would include physician services in the ED. We will identify all items related to these new concepts and apply them with examples for practical application. During this webinar, expert Maya will explain coding and reporting guidance for common ED procedures.

Learning Objective:
  • Apply the new guidelines to documentation examples and review best practices to improve the documentation to support these services.
  • Identify levels of services for emergency medicine professionals EM services
  • Identify key definitions with Medical Decision Making
  • Identify the difference in the types of drug management in the ED setting
  • Provide guidance with critical care services in the ED and IF billable to CMS on the same calendar date
  • Go over examples related to emergency coding
  • Provide a reference table of services that are billable in addition to the EM service
Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Application of the new levels of service of the MDM table
  • When and when not to bill for critical care services
  • Training providers to write keywords when documenting high levels of MDM
  • The differences in coding for the facility EM vs professional EM services performed in the ED
  • How to code for the patient when still in ED waiting on a bed
  • How to appropriately code for additional services performed by the provider in the ED setting
  • CMS regulatory requirements for billing vs commercial requirement
  • Live Q&A Session
Suggested Attendees:
  • Physicians in private practice
  • Office Managers
  • Medical Billers
  • Coders
  • CDI Professionals
  • Finance and AR Staff
  • Emergency Department
  • ED Case Manager
  • ED Staff
  • Front Desk Staff
  • Medical practitioners
  • Practice Manager
  • Revenue Specialists
  • Healthcare Provider
  • Outpatient Staff
Presenter Biography:

Maya Turner is a certified professional coder with close to 30 years of experience with coding reimbursement, healthcare compliance and education. She is a published author and a sought-after subject matter expert. Her successful accomplishments include designing many education campaigns with her employer with successful outcomes including:

  • Telehealth(Pre/Post PHE)
  • 2021 EM Changes
  • Remote Patient Management
  • Medicare Annual Wellness
  • CY2022 Split Shared final rule

Her three-dimensional thinking process has proven to be instrumental in her success. Her understanding of the most complex subjects with clear rationale is unmatched when presenting material and is well received.

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