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Product of the week: Injections and Infusions: Evaluate the Impact of CMS’ 2015 Changes (live webcast)

HIM-HIPAA Insider, January 26, 2015

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Patients routinely receive multiple drug administration services during a single encounter, which can leave new and experienced coders with more questions than answers. When does the hierarchy apply? Which service should be primary? Is an infusion subsequent or concurrent? When should I code hydration?

 
Never fear, experts Jugna Shah, MPH, and Valerie A. Rinkle, MPA, have the answers! Join us at 1 p.m. (Eastern) Thursday, January 29, for this annual 90-minute webcast Shah and Rinkle will review coding and billing rules and explain the impact of CMS' latest changes to packaged services that may impact reimbursement. They will address a number of tough open questions/issues including charging for injections and infusions on inpatients and also reporting these services on denied Part A claims that need to be reported as Part B claims.
 
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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