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With the recent CMS coding changes, urgent care is feeling an impact. Join Dr. David Stern, Experity CEO, for a special webinar event where he’ll offer coding insights and answer questions applicable to urgent care providers, billers, and everyone in between.
Since the beginning of 2020, urgent care has been riding a roller coaster. Flu season was at its peak in February; visit volume hit an all-time low in April; and today we’re treating patients through a pandemic and testing for COVID-19 at rates we couldn’t have imagined possible. And here we are–back at the cusp of flu season, but what will it look like in this new normal?
The E/M coding change is set to happen in less than 60 days, are you prepared? Join Experity leadership for a two-part webinar series that hits the 2021 Final Rule highlights and recaps the clinical, operational, and financial impact these coding changes have on urgent care. Plus, gather tips for how to train your staff and improve your clinic workflow.
The current E/M coding guidelines have been in effect for more than 25 years—despite the healthcare industry experiencing momentous change. That all changes…
As the urgent care industry moves into 2021 with new E/M coding guidelines, making good decisions that have a positive impact on revenue will be tricky. Reference the guidance provided in this Q&A, and share it with your staff, to code visits with confidence in your urgent care clinic.
Is your urgent care clinic prepared for the 2021 E/M coding changes? In this blog, we explain how the guidelines are changing and the top factors for selecting the proper codes.
Coding instructions are circulating regarding coding for COVID-19 and even laboratories are giving clinics incorrect coding information. Experity has provided the current coding information for diagnosis coding and laboratory testing. We will continue to update as changes occur.
Regulatory changes are a moving target in the era of COVID-19. In this month’s “3 Things to Know About RCM,” urgent care experts weigh in on how to make good choices when E/M coding in 2021, cybersecurity breaches in healthcare, and changes introduced in a new CMS Interim Final Rule that will affect billing, specifically related to COVID-19.
The current E/M coding guidelines have been in effect for more than 25 years—despite the healthcare industry experiencing momentous change. That all changes in 2021 when medical decision making (MDM) and time become the primary factors for selecting the proper codes.
On October 1, 2020, the annual update to ICD-10 codes goes into effect. The ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for coding and Reporting FY 2021 (October 1, 2020 – September 30, 2021) have also been updated. These guidelines are provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) with the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).