CODEquest CME Evaluation - Sterling, VA, April 27, 2013

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the 2013 coding updates for CPT, Category II, HCPCS, PQRS, and E-Prescribing you're your practice;
how to be prepared for audits performed by all payers;
correct documentation and claims submission for testing services;
when surgery is considered staged, related or unrelated to the original procedure;
the appropriate level of E&M or Eye code for medical and vision plans;
the required steps to assure a smooth transition to ICD-10 and remain coding compliant;
practical application with real world examples to assure proficiency with ICD-10.
required ICD-10 timelines into the practice;
steps to correctly code surgical cases of all specialties including coding for complications that occur during the global period;
the use of modifier(s) appropriately in the office and/or surgical setting;