Unspecified diagnosis codes are a dangerous fall back. You probably use them in cases where you can’t find the exact diagnosis code you’re looking for. The problem is that unspecified codes have been overused, and CMS and private carriers have said “ENOUGH.” Which means if you keep using them, your revenue is at risk.
Coding expert, Lynn Anderanin, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CPPM, COSC, can show you how to head off unspecified-code denials. By ordering this online training session, you’ll learn exactly when and how you’re submitting unspecific codes incorrectly, and how to successfully educate your providers to reduce its use. Getting a handle on unspecified code usage will reduce your denials, speed payments and head off stressful audits.
Unspecified codes are some of the most difficult to properly apply. However, you can get the expert tactics you need to head off ICD-10 unspecified code denials, and get paid more of what you’re due. Don’t wait, order this must-have training session today.
Here are just a couple of the proven, step-by-step ICD-10 tactics you’ll receive by ordering this 60-minute training session:
This 60-minute online training will provide you with proven tools to analyze your audit risk and educate your providers on more accurate code selection. Ultimately, you’ll be able to submit fewer unspecific codes, reduce your denials, speed your payments and head of a stressful audit.
Even if you’ve been able to get your unspecified code denials overturned, your payments for these claims are still significantly delayed, and they put a huge audit target on your practice. Why take a chance. By completing this plain-English ICD-10 training session, you can get precisely what you need to avoid unspecified-code denials and keep your cash flowing.
Lynn is the Sr. Director of Coding Compliance and Education for Healthcare Information Services, a physician’s billing service. She has 30-years-experience in all areas of the physician practice. Lynn has been national conference, workshop, and audio conference presenter and a former member of the AAPC National Advisory Board. She is also the founder of her Local Chapter of AAPC.
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