Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes are used to describe tests, surgeries, evaluations, and any other medical procedure performed by a healthcare provider on a patient. Evaluation and Management (E/M) codes, a particular type of CPT code, capture the physician’s work: the skill, effort, time, and knowledge needed to diagnose and treat an illness or injury. View quick list of all courses >
Understanding the proper application of modifiers is essential to correct and complete CPT coding of professional fee services. CPT® and HCPCS Level II Modifiers covers commonly used CPT and HCPCS Level II modifiers and provides examples of how these modifiers are used in reporting physician and other provider services.
Let nationally recognized CPT coding expert Gail I. Smith show you how the biggest change in E/M reporting since 1990s affect your reporting of E/M services. This course will walk you through all of the changes, take note of key concepts and definitions, break down the new documentation requirements, and provide numerous examples and case studies.
CPT coding of breast procedures requires detailed understanding of the structure of the CPT coding system, the guidance specific to proper coding of breast procedures, and clinical knowledge of both breast anatomy and current medical procedures. CPT®: Coding of Breast Procedures explores the documentation necessary to distinguish between similar or related common breast procedures and ensure coding is both accurate and complete.
CPT coding of obstetrical procedures performed by physicians and other providers requires detailed understanding of the structure of the CPT coding system, the guidance specific to proper coding of obstetrical procedures, and clinical knowledge of both anatomy and current obstetrical procedures.
Accurate and complete coding of provider services related to skin procedures is challenging: the codes themselves are complicated and the code definitions often do not match the terms used by providers. CPT®: Coding of Skin Lesion Procedures provides detailed understanding of the structure of the CPT coding system, the guidance specific to proper coding of skin lesion procedures, and clinical knowledge of skin anatomy, skin lesions, and current medical procedures.
A broad and thorough understanding of the CPT coding system leading to correct and defensible code selection is essential for coders working in the outpatient setting or physician practices. Learn CPT coding with the unique perspective and expertise offered by nationally recognized CPT coding expert Gail I. Smith!
Coding of Injections and Infusions can be challenging for novice and experienced outpatient coders alike. Get foundational and advanced Injections and Infusions coding training with the Complete Injection and Infusion Coding for Facilities: From Beginner to Advanced!
Purchase Injection and Infusion Coding for Facilities and get a free CPT® Coding Injection & Infusion Pyramid — a simple tool, but so powerful!
One of the most demanding aspects of outpatient coding is the selection of injection and infusion (I&I) codes. As the sequel course to Injection and Infusion Coding for Facilities, Advanced Injection and Infusion Coding for Facilities describes the more complicated scenarios encountered when coding injections and infusions.
One of the most demanding aspects of outpatient coding is the coding of injection and infusion services. The CPT® Coding Injection & Infusion Pyramid is a two-sided, 5×7, laminated flashcard providing both the hierarchy rules associated with facility reporting of the initial injection or infusion service, as well as the definitions of the most important concepts of I&I coding — all in a handy, easy-to-use format.
Comprehensive and complete guidance, CPT® for Pediatrics provides detailed explanations of complex procedures; covers the code system and guidelines for CPT coding, case studies, official references for CPT coding, and more.