Webinar

Are You Missing Reimbursements From Your E/M Coding?

By Leigh Poland RHIA, CCS

On-Demand

The most recent Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code set revisions from the American Medical Association (AMA) took effect on January 1, 2023. Since then, medical coders and other HIM professionals have been gathering valuable data on the impacts of these changes through coding audits, provider audits, and E/M code assignments. Out of these observations has come one key insight: many providers are missing out on valuable E/M code reimbursements due to poor documentation.

In this webinar, you will gain insightful information on applying the new E/M guidelines and actionable tips for enhancing documentation. Discover how coding impacts the bottom line to ensure organizations do not miss out on potential revenue reimbursement. Learn how to work with your physicians to avoid note bloat, lack of specificity, and other common issues that lead to poor documentation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Get a deep dive into the latest analytics, trends, and best practices to enable you to apply the E/M guidelines most effectively.
  • Find out how to address and resolve problem areas that could negatively impact the bottom line.
  • Learn how organizations use Computer-Assisted Coding (CAC) technology to leverage the numerous code updates and guidelines.
Leigh Poland

Leigh Poland RHIA, CCS

Speaker

Leigh has over 20 years of coding experience and has worked in the coding and education realm over the last 20 years. Her true passion is coding education making sure coders are equipped to do their job accurately and with excellence. Academically, Leigh has graduated from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Science. Leigh has had the opportunity to present many times in the past at the AHIMA, ACDIS, and AAPC National Conventions. She has been a guest speaker on AHIMA webinars and has written several articles that were published in the AHIMA Journal. Leigh has traveled the US and internationally providing coding education.