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Session Description: This session will provide details about new billing codes that have recently been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Participants will learn the service and documentation requirements for these codes as well as the proper procedure for submitting claims for these services. The session will conclude with a review designed to include topics of concern raised by participants during the session of some classical billing and coding enigmas that continue to be challenging for many long-term care medicine practitioners.
Discuss recently approved billing codes in the geriatric care continuum.
Review recurrently perplexing long-term care coding and billing issues.
Speaker(s): Alva S. Baker, MD, CMDR
MD, HMDC, CMDR,
Chief Medical Officer,
Hospice of Washington County
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