Proper Use of NCCI Edits and Modifiers Across Departments: Ensuring Compliant Billing Processes

webinar Proper Use of NCCI Edits and Modifiers Across Departments: Ensuring Compliant Billing Processes

You Will Learn:

  • Locate information about NCCI edits, including ‘add-on’ codes and ‘medically unlikely edits’
  • Improve identification of applicable NCCI edits across multiple departments
  • Determine when to use modifiers to override NCCI edits
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$269.00
 

NCCI (National Correct Coding Initiative) edits are on the rise in hospitals.

Understanding when they may occur and how to use modifiers to bypass edits for compliant billing processes is crucial for efficient and compliant coding.

This comprehensive webinar will pinpoint ways to improve identification of applicable NCCI edits across multiple departments and offers practical advice on how to:

  1. Locate information about NCCI edits, including ‘add-on’ codes and ‘medically unlikely edits’,
  2. Improve identification of applicable NCCI edits across multiple departments,
  3. Determine when to use modifiers to override NCCI edits, and
  4. Understand compliance risks associated with NCCI edits and the associated modifiers.

Learning Objectives

During this compliance-focused session our expert faculty will also present practical advice on how to:

  • Identify, bill (and find files for) the three types of NCCI edits: Procedure to procedure (PTP) edits, add-on code edits, medically unlikely edits (MUE)
  • Use modifiers to override NCCI edits
  • Appropriately use modifiers -59 and -25
  • Fulfill your hospital’s responsibility to apply NCCI edits prior to billing
  • Identify applicable NCCI edits across-departments
  • Lower compliance risks associated with NCCI edits and modifiers
  • Much more…

Product ID: 6628

Ensure Compliant Billing Processes with the Proper Use of NCCI Edits & Modifiers!

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Faculty

Sarah L. Goodman
Sarah L. Goodman
MBA, CHCAF, CPC-H, CCP, FCS

Sarah Goodman is president/CEO and principal consultant for SLG, Inc., of Raleigh, NC, and a participating partner with ChargemasterCare™ of Portland, OR. She is a nationally known speaker and author on the charge description master, outpatient facility coding, and billing compliance, and has more than 28 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Sarah has been actively involved and held leadership roles in a number of professional organizations on the local, state, and national levels.

Ensure Compliant Billing Processes with the Proper Use of NCCI Edits & Modifiers!

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