Eliminate the confusion surrounding the CPT® 2012 changes to pain codes and pinpoint payer errors that are draining revenue
Pain coders still are struggling to understand how the CPT 2012 changes are impacting the way they code and bill for common services. Meanwhile, payers also have misinterpreted some of the code changes, which along with their increased scrutiny, has caused a sharp increase in denials and a loss of revenue for practices.
Join coding expert Doris Branker and get caught up on how the 2012 pain changes impact the documentation your clinicians must produce to support medical necessity, and how you code for your most common procedures, including:
- Pain pump coding, including revised codes 62369-62370 and 95990-95991: Find out how to tell the codes apart and code them correctly.
- Neurostimulator services: Learn how the changes to your implantation, revision, removal and analysis codes impact documentation and coding.
- Epidural injections: Know when you should use 62310-62311 or 62318-62319 and the documentation you'll need to support your choice.
- Subcutaneous field stimulation: Learn when you must use these Category III codes for neurostimulator procedures.
Register now to get answers to lingering questions about the CPT changes, new CCI edits and revised payer policies that were triggered by the changes.
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