Pitfalls to Avoid in Behavioral Health Documentation and Coding
September 11, 2019 11:00am MT
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In this webinar, we will discuss approaches and best practices to avoid pitfalls in Behavioral Health documentation and coding, including a review of proper documentation of Initial Assessments, Treatments Plans and Therapy notes, along with matching those documents to the proper CPT®/ICD codes for accuracy. CPT® rules will also be discussed.
Why is this topic important?
As audits and provider paybacks become more common, it is essential that documentation and coding is accurate to justify services rendered. This webinar will help the attendee learn proper documentation and coding to avoid common pitfalls.
Who would benefit from this topic?
Clinicians, Quality and Compliance Staff, Office Managers, Billing Staff and general office staff
What information or new skills will the attendee take away from this webinar?
The attendee will learn the elements of proper documentation and the CPT®/ICD coding to correspond with the documentation.
Why is the presenter the expert on this topic?
Jamie has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with a focus on Mental/Behavioral Health as well as HEDIS®, CMS and compliance guidelines.
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