AAP Coding Webinars

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AAP Coding Webinars

 
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​​The AAP Coding Webinar series feature pediatric-specific insights, tips, and strategies from today’s leading coding experts. These timely and practical sessions will provide answers to some of your most complex coding and billing challenges. Each 1-hour webinar will include time for questions and answers.

Webinars require a computer with an Internet connection and a current Internet browser and speakers. No dial-in number will be provided, therefore your computer must be equipped with speakers.

Webinar registration includes six months of access from the date of the live event and do incur a fee - refer to individual webinars for details.​​

Frequently Asked Questions​

    Face the Facts on Non-Face-to-Face Services: Part 2 (Archived Webinar)

    ​​Presenter: Joel Bradley, MD, FAAP
    Date: March 28, 2018
    Time: 12:00pm Central/1:00 pm Eastern/11:00am Mountain/10:00 am Pacific
    Duration: 60 Minutes

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    Description
    This is a continuation from Part 1 

    The “behind the scenes” work that has gone on in primary care has long been recognized through a small variety of codes, however, payment has not accompanied. In the past few years more and more codes have been approved and implemented that define the robust and time consuming work of care coordination and work spent by physicians, qualified healthcare professionals and clinical staff. Since the number of codes have increased so dramatically in the past few years and coding for these services have increased in complexity this webinar and the subsequent webinar will go over the services in detail. This second part will go over:

    • ​Care plan oversight
    • Complex and chronic care management
    • Comparison of the care plan oversight and care management codes
    • Review of the new psychiatric collaborative care model codes and comparison to other services
    • Transition care management ​

    About the Presenter

    Joel Bradley, MD, FAAP
    Dr Joel Bradley is a pediatrician and fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). He spent many years in private practice and now works as a Medical Director with a managed care organization in the Tennessee Medicaid program. He has been a member of the AAP’s Committee on Coding and Nomenclature (COCN) since 1995. Dr Bradley is the past editor of the AAP’s “Coding for Pediatrics” and “Pediatric Coding Newsletter” and currently sits on COCN’s Editorial Advisory Board for all coding resources. He sat on the CPT Editorial Panel from 2004-2008 is the former AAP’s representative to the RUC and currently holds the position of CPT Advisor for the AAP.  Dr Bradley has given numerous coding presentations at the AAP’s National Conference and Exhibition as well as many coding webinars for the AAP. ​

    FAQs
    http://www.aap.org/webinars/coding/FAQ

    If you have any further questions or experience any issues with registration, please contact the AAP directly at aapcodinghotline@aap.org​.

    Note: This is a streaming audio event; a call-in number will not be available. Be sure your computer has speakers.


    Proper Coding Using Time

    ​​Presenter: Margie Andreae, MD, FAAP
    Date: May 17, 2018
    Time: 12:00pm Central/1:00 pm Eastern/11:00am Mountain/10:00 am Pacific
    Duration: 60 Minutes

    This webinar will be available as an archive through November 17, 2018

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    Description
    Learn how to use time to your advantage. Reporting your professional services based on time can be beneficial but also confusing. CPT rules for using time varies from service to service. Understanding these rules ensures compliant coding and appropriate revenue. This webinar will cover:​

    • Services that may be reported based on time
    • When to use time as the key factor in selecting a service level
    • Understanding how time plays a role in procedural services
    • Whose time counts
    • Proper documentation of time 

    About the Presenter

    Margie Andreae, MD, FAAP
    Dr. Margie Andreae is a Professor of Pediatrics and Chief Medical Officer for Revenue Cycle and Billing Compliance for the University of Michigan Medical Center where she leads several health system committees focused on clinical revenue enhancement and billing compliance. Dr. Andreae is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and past Chair of the Committee on Coding and Nomenclature. She served as the Editor-in-Chief of the AAP’s Coding Publications Editorial Advisory Board providing oversight for the annual Coding for Pediatrics manual and the monthly Pediatric Coding Newsletter. She is currently the Academy’s representative to the AMA Relative Value Update Committee (RUC). ​


    *This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 1.0 continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.

    FAQs

    http://www.aap.org/webinars/coding/FAQ

    If you have any further questions or experience any issues with registration, please contact the AAP directly at aapcodinghotline@aap.org​.

    Note: This is a streaming audio event; a call-in number will not be available. Be sure your computer has speakers.


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