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How CMS Final Rule Impacts Split/Shared Visits 
Webinar

In the CMS Final Rule, released in November 2021, the criteria for split/shared services changed dramatically. This caused confusion as the criteria are not completely clear and will change for 2023. Unfortunately, by the time we get the new rule down, we’ll have to start over again.   Are doctors going to spend more time performing (and documenting) split visits with NP/PA teams, or let NPs/PAs bill more visits at 85% of the physician fee schedule? Watch the on demand webinar as Lori Cox, MBA, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CEMC, CGSC, CHONC, breaks down:  

  • The complexities of the CMS Final Rule updates 

  • What MACs and payers have to say 

  • Best practices to ensure documentation is compliant 

  • And more! 

This webinar will be helpful for healthcare leaders, including Practice Managers, Compliance Officers, Auditors, Coders, CFOs, CMOs, and CEOs. 

*Please note this webinar has not been approved for AAPC CEU credit.

Presented By

Lori Cox

Lori Cox

MBA, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CEMC, CGSC, CHONC/Regional Director, AAPC Services/AAPC

Lori Cox has over 20 years of experience in the business side of healthcare. She began working as a Patient Accounts representative then transitioned to the Billing Department. Lori was promoted to Billing Supervisor and later became the Compliance Officer, where she was responsible for maintaining the Compliance Plan and educating staff on fraud and abuse. Currently, Lori works for AAPC Services as a Regional Director, performing audits and education for clients across the USA.

Lori has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Quincy University. She is the past Member Relations Officer of the AAPC National Advisory Board. She has been a speaker at HealthCon and regional conferences and has traveled the country speaking to coders and providers on topics such as Hem/Onc, E/M guidelines, and proper coding. She has written many articles for Healthcare Business Monthly. Her specialties include E/M, Hem/Onc, Auditing, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Family Practice, and Pediatrics.

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