ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:
Procedure coding, general
Here are six reasons your claims might be getting denied and what you and your staff can do to prevent it.
Leaving out key information in patient documentation can compromise quality and cost you money.
Using the correct codes can mean the difference between getting paid and getting audited.
It's mostly small changes this year, but small changes can trip you up too.
Should a patient ask you what's wrong with health care today, where do you start?
The E/M codes for consultations and nursing facility visits reflect some of this year’s significant changes.
This encounter form can help you to prevent minor operations from becoming major billing headaches.
The authors offer readers an action plan to use in reacting/responding to payers' accusations of incorrect coding.
This article describes changes in CPT codes for 2005 in the areas most likely to affect family physicians.
This article provides readers with step-by-step instructions for checking their E/M coding distribution with national guidelines established in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Family Practice Profile.