Remain up to date with your specialty-specific training for anesthesia, orthopedics, and pain management, plus get the latest coding, payment and policy changes that will impact your specialty practice.
Join us October 5-7, 2020 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld for the specialty-specific training you need at the open access Advanced Specialty Coding, Compliance & Reimbursement Symposium and ensure you stay up to date with the latest coding, billing and compliance changes, including:
In response to attendee requests, we’re keeping open registration: One registration will give you access to any of the 60-minute sessions for the anesthesia, orthopedics and pain management tracks and all the materials, so we can provide more sessions during the conferences.
Join our knowledgeable and experienced speakers as they propel your medical practice specialty coding know-how to the next level with expert advice and tools on coding and billing, improved documentation, reduced audit risk and the latest hot topics. Get answers to your most pressing questions in anesthesia, orthopedics and pain management coding by attending any session from any track.
This conference provides the answers you need to maximize your coding efficiency. From procedure-specific sessions on anesthesia coding, to help defending your coding decisions, to a case study on how to boost base unit values in the American Society for Anesthesiologists’ Crosswalk®, each session in this conference is crafted to conquer the most perplexing billing, coding and compliance issues.
Nationally recognized orthopedic coding experts will discuss strategies and best practices for reporting surgical procedures from toe to shoulder, including anatomy, bundling rules and documentation requirements. By popular demand: Foot and ankle coding and durable medical equipment sessions presented by a podiatrist.
Use specialty-specific scenarios to prepare for the new E/M office visit rules, figure out the difference between lumbar facet joint nerve and the new sacroiliac joint nerve procedures, improve your knowledge of anatomy and more during the pain management conference.