Coding for injections and infusion services is not only complex, it’s downright frustrating. Add this to the thousands and thousands of dollars in drug costs that can be lost if you code these claims incorrectly, and the stakes just shot through the roof. However, there is something you can do about it.
With a few proven techniques from national coding expert, Victoria M. Hernandez - RHIA, CDIP, CCS, CCS-P, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS, you can reduce denials and get paid more for your injection and infusion claims.
During her immediately available online training session, Victoria will walk you through how to file more accurate injection and infusion claims, and ultimately collect more of the reimbursement you rightfully deserve.
Here are just a few of the infusion and injection coding tactics you’ll receive during this 60-minute online training:
Coding for injection and infusion services can send even the most seasoned coder over the edge. Between the required code hierarchy, the multitude of interchangeable add-on codes, and drugs being injected and infused along with the units administered, it’s surprising anything gets paid. Not to mention the fact that the infusion codes you use have multiple meanings and can make getting paid accurately almost impossible.
You don’t have to tackle these tricky codes on your own. By attending this upcoming online training, you can gain the tools you need to code your injection and infusion claims more accurately, reduce your denials and get paid with total accuracy for these complex services.
If you submit even one injection or infusion claim, this upcoming online training is a must. Don’t wait, sign up today.
Victoria is an RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator), a Clinical Documentation Improvement Practitioner (CDIP), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), a Certified Coding Specialist Physician-Based (CCS-P) and an AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer with over 24 years experience in the healthcare field.
Victoria is the Founder of a coding, auditing and CDI company called Integrity Coding Solutions. Prior to starting her company, she was the Regional Director of Coding Audit and Education for a California-based integrated healthcare delivery system covering 21 facilities with 160+ coders and CDI staff. She specialized in providing initial and on-going coding and CDI education, specialty-specific training, department presentations and one-on-one feedback to coding, CDI staff, physicians, local, regional and national leadership.
In her volunteer role, Victoria serves as Component State Association (CSA) HIM Awareness Coordinator for California (CHIA), 2016 AHIMA’s Alternate Delegate for California Health Information Association (SVHIA). She also served as an AHIMA CDIP Exam Item Writer in from 2015-208.
Victoria is passionate about staying involved and working collaboratively in promoting high standards and integrity of HIM coding practice. She believes in the end that “quality data with integrity will promote and help achieve the best healthcare for all patients."