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Routine Visits are Often Far from Routine

Often, providers forget that the ROV within “episodic care” must have a minimum set of targeted “updated” (comparative) subjective data components from the previous or initial visit, when applicable, of this episode. KMCU Library Membership or Library Membership – Annual Subscription This Continuing Education webinar is reserved for KMC University Library Members. Click here to learn more about KMCU membership plans!

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In-Processing Federal Patients: Active or Maintenance?

The Office of Inspector General continues to find a high error rate in documentation and coding for DCs. Their reports reflect that DCs have higher error rates out of all Part B Medicare Providers. KMCU Library Membership or Library Membership – Annual Subscription This Continuing Education webinar is reserved for KMC University Library Members. Click here to learn more about KMCU membership plans!

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“No Surprises Act” Implementation-What It Means for Your Practice

Just when we thought we were finished with new regulations for the year, the No Surprises Act that was introduced in July is set to be implemented on January 1, 2022. This Act is properly named ‘surprise’ as it has surprised both payers and providers. This Continuing Education webinar is reserved for KMC University Library Members. Click here to learn more about KMCU membership plans!

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State and National Requirements for Office Policy and Procedure

In this session, program attendees will gain a grounding in compliance requirements in today’s healthcare arena and who the players are setting the rules. This Continuing Education webinar is reserved for KMC University Library Members. Click here to learn more about KMCU membership plans!

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The Clinical and Written DX Process

In the typical Evaluation and Management (E/M) service, providers document the patient’s history, quantify that history with an examination, and from those cornerstones, derive the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plan. Although most Electronic Health Record (EHR) software is programmed to list the diagnosis in written form and the ICD-10 code, the written diagnosis determines the appropriate ICD-10 code or codes that are assigned. This Continuing Education webinar is reserved for KMC University Library Members. Click…

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