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On-Demand Webinar

Diabetes Coding 2018: Improve Accuracy, Boost Pay up

$197.00

On-Demand Webinar

Diabetes Coding 2018: Improve Accuracy, Boost Pay up

$197.00


  • When treating diabetic patients, getting paid EVERY dollar you’re due is essential. 

    Regardless of your specialty, diabetic patients get seen more often, and take up a higher percentage of your staff and provider time. So, unless you’re careful, it’s easy to lose money on these patients when providing them the care they need. But you can improve the reimbursement you receive for your diabetic patients – with a little help.

    During this 60-minute online training session, expert coding professional and trainer, Gloryanne Bryant, RHIA, CDIP, CCS, CCDS, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer, will walk you through exactly how you can accurately and ethically improve the reimbursement you receive for the diabetic patient services you offer.

  • Here is just a few of the step-by-step, practical diabetes coding advice you’ll receive during this 60-minute training: 

    • Master alpha and tabular to code cellulitis and diabetes more accurately to speed pay-up
    • Overcome nuances of 2018 ICD-10-CM "with" diabetes modification to head off hefty denials
    • Uncover how to more correctly code secondary diabetes mellitus to avoid audits
    • Conquer complaint coding for use of insulin or oral hypoglycemic drugs
    • Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program: Properly apply HCPCS "G" Codes
    • And so much more…

    IMPORTANT: This diabetes coding training session is designed for those coding professionals that have a base understanding of how to accurately code this condition. This is NOT a basic coding course.

    Diabetes affects 23.1 million people in the US at a cost of $316 billion a year. Considering this, Medicare is sitting up and taking notice. That means these claims are on their radar, and any missteps on your part could jet you to the top of their audit list – which is certainly NOT where you want to be.

    Don’t risk it. Get the expert diabetes coding advice you need to more accurately code your claims. You’ll decrease your audit chances, and increase your ability to get accurately and ethically paid for more of the services you provide to this chronic population.  Don’t wait, sign up today.

  • Meet Your Expert: Gloryanne Bryant, RHIA, CDIP, CCS, CCDS, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer

    Gloryanne BryantGloryanne has been an HIM professional and Leader for over 35 years. In her past roles she’s been National Director of Coding Quality, Education, Systems and Support for a national healthcare system, was responsible for the coding quality, accuracy and integrity, monitoring programs, education, coding related systems and advisory for Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI).  She was also the key national leader for ICD-10 Coding Education and Training across 8 regions. She was also Corporate Senior Director of Coding HIM Compliance for Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) Dignity Healthcare for more than eight years.  

    Gloryanne was appointed to the HHS CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) APC Advisory Panel to work on OPPS policy, coding, and reimbursement issues where she served for 4 years. She was also appointed to the RAND Expert Panel on Severity DRGs. She co-authored the publication, “HIM Director’s Guide to ICD-10” and wrote the “ICD-10 Coding & Physician Language” handbook, the third revision.

    Gloryanne has conducted numerous ICD-9-CM, ICD-10 and CPT coding, DRGs, MS-DRG, APR-DRGs, APC (OPPS), leadership and compliance workshops for hospital and physician-based coding staff, Coding and HIM Leaders, and others. In addition, she has conducted an array of presentations on data quality, medical necessity, compliance and clinical documentation improvement to health care management executives and administrators.

    She has an RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator), an RHIT (Registered Health Information Technician); is a Clinical Documentation Improvement Practitioner (CDIP), a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), a Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS), and is an AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer.

  •  This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.0 CEUs. On Demand product requires successful completion of a Post-Test for Core A, CEMC, CFPC and CIMC for continuing education units.



     

  • Reviews:

    “The presentation was very organized and well presented.”
    - Karrie Peterson, Coder, Anesthesiology of Marquette, Marquette, MI

    “It was awesome I really enjoyed it.”
    - Rosa Hoy, Coder, Anesthesiology of Marquette, Marquette, MI