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CMS Proposed E/M Changes for 2019 - Skillacquire.us - Professional Continuing Education Online Programs

Source: https://skillacquire.us/course/cms-proposed-em-changes-for-2019/

The expert Lynn M. Anderanin will provide guidance on the proposed changes to E&M services performed in the office, how they will likely impact your practice, and what will need to be changed in the workflow, policies, and procedures. Learn about the proposed changes to reimbursement of E&M services in the office when procedures and/or services with a 0 or 10-day global period will be significantly reduced, and how they will affect you.

This session helps you learn and understand the potential changes, as well as know why CMS is proposing these changes in the first place. Lynn will walk you through the possible payment options proposed, and the documentation changes relative to history, exam, and medical decision making. Find out what will happen if reimbursement becomes time-based, a method of reimbursement for office visits used in the early 90s. And if you’re a specialty practice that relies primarily on office visits, you’ll look forward to knowing more about the proposal to make available and report G-codes in certain scenarios where visits are more complex due to the patient’s condition.

Session Objectives:

After attending this session, you’ll be well-prepared for the changes when they most likely come into effect on January 1, 2019. Moreover, Participants will be able:

To understand the proposed rule as it to pertains to E/M service in the office setting and begin to review the impact of these changes in your office.
To understand proposed payment methodologies for office visits for new and established patients in 2019.
To learn major new changes to documentation guidelines that could become reality.
To learn how to focus the level of service on medical decision making with less focus on history and examination.
To learn how to assign one fee for several different levels of service
To understand potential fee reductions for office visits and procedures and/or services on the same day
To learn additional reimbursement for some specialty providers on office visits
To learn and understand how to prepare for the potential changes.
Session Agenda:

Medical Record Documentation Supports Patient Care
Documenting E/M Requires Choosing Appropriate Code
Level of E/M Visits
Key components when selecting the appropriate level of E/M services
Mecial Decision Making or Time
How to Streamline E/M Payment and Reduce Clinician Burden
Payment for E/M – Established & New Patient
Additional Payment Codes
Advancing Virtual Care
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