Care Management in Primary Care Practices

Don’t let coding errors cost your practice hard-earned revenue! Primary care practices can be reimbursed for the non-face-to-face work of caring for chronically ill patients using long-standing and new CPT codes, but practices must know the often complicated coding and documentation requirements before performing the services and submitting claims. This webinar will review the coding rules and provide tips for documenting the services.
Learning Objectives:
After this FREE 60 minute webinar you will obtain 1 CEU and be able to:
  • Select one care management service to implement into practice
  • Describe the documentation requirements necessary for services
  • Determine next steps for adding additional care management services

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About the speaker:
Betsy Nicoletti, founder of Medical Practice Consulting, is a nationally known expert in coding and reimbursement for medical practices. She is also the author of the Physician Auditing Workbook 3rd and The Field Guide to Physician Coding 4th edition, both published by Greenbranch Publishing. She recently founded Her mission: simplifying coding for physicians. 
In addition to writing and speaking, Betsy educates providers and coders and helps practices comply with government regulations while collecting all of the reimbursement they are entitled to.
Just wanted to say that TriZetto Provider Solutions employee Cassie W. was extremely helpful in our EHR conversion process last month. Thank you!

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