The new year is coming. Are you ready? Do you know which codes have changed? Do you know which issues are the focus of payers and auditors? Have you conducted annual reviews to make sure nothing is falling through the cracks? Join Dr. Gwilliam of PayDC Software, as he helps you prepare for 2018.
Q: An insurer told me that chiropractors cannot bill 99204 or 99214 because those exams “require a level of decision making that would typically only occur in an emergency room.” Is this true? Do I have any recourse?
What do you do when you are continually getting denials when billing office visit E/M code 99213-25 along with a CMT on dates that we do re-exams? What do you do when an appeal does not seem to work even though clear evidence has been provided that all conditions for the 99213 have been satisfied.?
In this webinar, Dr. Gwilliam will review chapter 4.2 Common Procedure Codes. More than half the chapter is brand new for 2016 and it is crammed full of coding and documentation tips for the codes you use most. Figure out all the little tricks you need to keep your claims clean and survive an audit. Bring your copy of your DeskBook to follow along.
What is the ABN form used for?
The Advanced Beneficiary Notice of Non-Coverage (ABN) is the Notice of Liability that is required to be provided to Medicare patients in the event that the service(s) rendered to them are expected to not be covered. For chiropractic, reason for non-coverage is generally due …