- SOLD OUT -
Friday, April 26, 2013
LaGuardia Plaza Hotel
104-04 Ditmars Boulevard
East Elmhurst, New York 11369
"Excellent course, can't believe how much content
was covered in one day!" - 2012 Attendee
Registration Fees - Fees Held from 2012!
(Registration includes continental breakfast, morning break, lunch and online syllabus)
$275 First Staff Member
$250 Each Additional Staff Member
Physicians enter the field of medicine for many reasons, but it’s unlikely that many do so because they enjoy matters related to billing, coding, and documentation. However, it is absolutely essential that Ob-Gyns have a fundamental understanding of the process in order to build and operate a successful practice.
This engaging course presents the most important elements of OB/GYN billing and coding and combines that information with vital tips that ensure the medical record documentation supports the service billed to third party payers. Attendees will learn best practices in documentation for office based services and appropriate modifier usage to maximize reimbursements, as well as examine OB/GYN coding cases, review CPT changes for 2013, and learn what should be done NOW to prepare for ICD-10. The course concludes with a bonus Q&A session where attendees can ask program presenter Brad Hart, MBA, MS, CMPE, CPC, COBGC, specific coding questions.
Be sure to register early. Courses SOLD OUT last year!
The program’s presenter, Brad Hart, MBA, MS, CMPE, CPC, COBGC, is President of Reproductive Medicine Administrative Consulting, Inc (RMACI). He earned a masters of science degree in health care administration from Des Moines University-Osteopathic Medical Center and a masters of business administration degree from the University of Iowa. He serves as a faculty member for the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ National Coding Workshops and is a consultant to OB/GYN and OB/GYN subspecialty practices around the country. His book, Ethics in Medical Coding: Theory and Practice was published by McGraw Hill in January 2012.
7:30am Registration Opens
8:00am CPT Changes for 2013
8:15am Best Practices in Documentation for Office Based Services (What Payers are Looking For)
9:30am Maximizing Reimbursement through Appropriate Modifier Usage
10:00am Refreshment Break
10:15am Maximizing Reimbursement through Appropriate Modifier Usage continued
12:30pm ICD-10: What Should I Be Doing Now?
1:00pm Cases in OB/GYN Coding
3:00pm Question & Answer Session