Heather Bryans

There are estimated between 10-20 million fractures reported every year in the United States. Most people will at some point in their lifetimes suffer a fracture, which means we are coding fractures and treatments for them multiple times on a daily basis. Can I report debridement with the fracture? When is it no longer considered “initial” encounter? Can I report splinting and fracture care in the same encounter? Can I report and E/M with the fracture care in same encounter? In this session we are discussing these and other commonly asked questions as we share the top 3 things to remember when reporting fracture care in CPT (and some ICD-10-CM).

Topics include:

  • CPT codes for Reporting Fracture Care;
  • Regulatory Guidance including Coverage Decisions and NCCI edits
  • Documentation Requirements for ensuring Medical Necessity

and more.

Attend this session to learn to:

  • Utilize learned information to make accurate decisions regarding coding for fracture care
  • Apply rules for selecting the diagnosis and achieving medical necessity for reported services
  • Describe key CMS rules and regulations specific to fracture care and apply this knowledge in their own providers claims.

One CEU from AAPC is available for attending this session. For questions email us: sales@aq-iq.com or call 877-976-6677.

Be sure to note your toughest questions when you register for this session to be presented Thursday, August 162018, at noon Eastern (9:00 am Pacific). Cost for this session is $189. Annual subscribers of AQ-IQ.com are not billed. Not sure if you are a subscriber? Register for the session and we’ll verify your status.

The handout for this session will be emailed to the address you used when registering for the session.
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