Nancy Enos FACMPE, CPMA, CEMC, CPC-I, CPC is an Independent consultant and coding instructor. Nancy Enos has 35 years of experience in the practice management field. Nancy joined Ingenix (formerly LighthouseMD) in 1995 and served as the Director of Physician Services until July 2008. Expertise As an Approved PMCC Instructor of the American Academy of Professional Coders, Nancy provides coding certification courses, outsourced coding, chart auditing, consultative services and seminars in CPT and ICD-9 Coding, evaluation and management coding and documentation, and compliance planning.
Nancy frequently speaks on coding, compliance and reimbursement issues to audiences from the provider community specializing in primary care and surgical specialties. Affiliations and Credentials: Nancy is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives. She is on the Section Steering Committee of MGMA and is a Past President of MA/RI MGMA. She is the founding President of the RI Chapter, AAPC. Specialty Credentials:AAPC Approved ICD-10 Instructor, June 2013. Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA) AAPC December 2010. Certified Evaluation and Management Coder (CEMC) AAPC November 2008. Experience in auditing E/M and operative reports for a variety of specialties for hundreds of practices across the country. Approved Instructor, AAPC December 2002. For the past 11 years, Nancy has taught Professional Medical Coding Curriculum to CPC candidates. Featured speaker, MGMA Annual Conference for the past 10 years. Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives (FACMPE) July 2003. Massachusetts/Rhode Island MGMA President, 2007-2008. Certified Professional Coder (CPC) June 1998.
This session will discuss the code ranges for Transitional Care Management and Complex Care Coordination Codes, choosing the correct level within each range, what practitioners may provide the services, and the documentation requirements for billing the codes.
This session will review the changes to the Chapter Guidelines, and provide an overview of the changes in the most common codes in every Chapter of the ICD-10-CM code set. Correct coding and documentation is the key to reimbursement. Many other aspects of patient care, such as lab orders, EMR use, quality measures and clinical studies are among the many areas that will be affected.
This session will discuss the CPT changes for 2014. CPT codes change each year and can affect the reimbursement of a practice quickly. Learn the new changes that pertain to your specialty and avoid claims denials! All Clinicians, EMR staff, coders and billers in outpatient settings should know the new codes, revised codes, and which familiar codes that are deleted.