Broadcast: Jan 29, 2020 at 1:00PM
On Demand Availability: January 29, 2020
E/M Fundamentals and Steps to Prepare for the Coming Changes
The E/M documentation guidelines for new and established patient visits are changing effective January 1, 2021. In this session we will provide you with tips on how to implement the changes. Documentation templates, audit tools, workflows, and education need to be revised to prepare for this change. We will provide a checklist to help with your implementation efforts. New concepts and definitions will be reviewed so you understand the guidelines. Because practice makes perfect, we will walk through case examples and apply the new guidelines for proper code selection.
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About The Author
Rae Jimenez, CPC, CIC, CPB, CPMA, CPPM, CPC-I, CCS
Senior Vice President, Product
Rae has over 26 years’ experience in the healthcare industry. She is a nationally recognized speaker and thought leader in the business of healthcare. She serves as a coding liaison to the AMA CPT® Editorial Panel. Over the past 12 years at AAPC she has held a variety of responsibilities including leading the development of certification exams and exam preparation materials, overseeing the operations for the exam, distance learning and education licensing program departments. As the SVP of product, she oversees all AAPC product lines.
Prior to joining AAPC, she spent many years running billing and coding departments, audit services, provider education programs, and client services. At ConCorde Career Institute, she served as assistant academic dean, program director for the coding and medical assistant programs and director of graduate services. Ms Jimenez received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Florida Atlantic University.
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