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February 14, 2017 PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION: For a variety of reasons, including delays in childbearing, increased BMIs, greater incidence of systemic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, etc., obstetricians are encountering a greater number of at risk pregnancies. In addition to the challenges associated with producing positive outcomes for the pregnancies, these providers also need to accurately code the services to reflect the challenges associated with managing these pregnancies. OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to: Define the condit...


      JUNE 13, 2017 PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION Laparoscopic procedures are one of the most effective surgical resources in the gynecologist’s tool kit and in-office hysteroscopic procedures are becoming increasingly popular for both physicians and patients. Therefore, it’s critical that physicians and their billing staff understand the key principles of billing for these services.   OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the presentation, the participants should be able to:  List all of the major laparoscopic and hysteroscopic procedures performed by Ob/gy...


      AUGUST 8, 2017 PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION This webcast will address the nuances of CPT and ICD-CM coding for ultrasound services in the office and the hospital settings. It will also look at the CPT guidance for reporting diagnostic testing services and the implications this has for coding and reimbursement for specific clinical circumstances. The recent challenges posed by third-party payers in reimbursement for ultrasound services will also be discussed.   OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the presentation, the participants should be able to:  Summari...


     OCTOBER 10, 2017 PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION As technology advances and a greater number of procedures can be performed in the office setting, the need to accurately and appropriately code and bill for these services becomes more and more important. However, there are number of challenges associated with this process—both in accurately associating diagnosis codes to the procedures and clearly reporting the services to third party payers. OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the presentation, the participants should be able to:  List procedures commonly performed...


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