The Most Common Coding Errors and How to Avoid Them

Instructor: Jeffrey Restuccio
Webinar Id: 800339

Duration: 90 Minutes

  • Recorded
  • Only for one participant ?
  • Price $225.

Overview:

This presentation covers basic, intermediate and advanced errors often made by even experienced coders and billers. Topics include medical necessity, auditing tips, modifiers, incorrectly coded services, and information not in the CPT manual, injuries, ICD-9 linking, and medical terminology.

Jeff will illustrate, using specific examples, how simple mistakes and errors can have a big impact. His experience as a trainer, auditor and coder will provide an informative and unique approach to eliminating errors.

Why should you attend: These are conceptual an organizational points that every coder must have a firm grasp of additionally we will look at some of the most common coding examples and resources for further information.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Presentation highlights
  • Testing and training
  • Organizational issues
  • Coding fundamentals
  • The interaction of coding and billing
  • Specific coding examples

Who Will Benefit:
  • Coders
  • Coding Manager
  • Coding auditors
  • Compliance Director
  • Providers

Speaker Profile
Jeffrey Restuccio is the principal owner of Ritecode.com, a healthcare consulting company specializing in online training, live seminars, webinars, chart audits, and specialty consulting. Jeff is certified as both a CPC and a CPC-H from the Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC).

Jeff is an experienced educator and conducts training courses on CPT and ICD-9 coding and billing, auditing and compliance and has taught hundreds of live coding and billing seminars nationwide. He has audited over 10,000 medical records
Jeff teaches specialty seminars on topic such as carrier-specific rules, medical decision making, auditing, compliance plans and winning appeals. His clients include Hospital Corporation of America, Hospital Management Association, St Jude Children’s hospital, the VA, DOD. and hundreds of small practices.


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