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Product of the week: Provider-Based Clinics and Departments: Impact of OPPS 2014 Rule on Data Collection, Coding, and Billing

HIM-HIPAA Insider, April 14, 2014

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Provider-based clinics and departments are increasingly common at hospitals, but the rules for provider-based qualification can often be confusing. These rules may prove to be more complex because CMS collapsed E/M clinic visit coding to a single G-code when it released the 2014 OPPS final rule. Provider-based clinics and departments also need to understand how future data collection initiatives will affect provider-based qualification.

Join Kimberly A. Hoy Baker, JD, at 1 p.m. Eastern, Friday, April 25, for this 90-minute webcast to learn about current requirements to gain provider-based status as well as how to properly apply modifiers on claims.

This webcast was originally presented January 28, 2014. An all-new live question and answer session will follow the presentation.
 
For more information or to order, call 800/650-6787 and mention Source Code EZINEAD or visit the HCPro Healthcare Marketplace.

 



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