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e-Reports, March 18, 2013
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You and your staff know that submitting clean claims the first time saves time, reduces denials and ensures timely payments. But keeping pace with new codes and regulations can be challenging.

That’s why you don’t want to miss the ISMA’s Annual Coding Symposium, April 23-25, in Indianapolis. The three-day program provides an excellent opportunity for practices of all specialties to prepare for new codes and regulations, as well as new coverage for procedures. And, there will be plenty of time to get answers to your questions.

“With all the physician profiling and audits that payers are doing right now, physicians need to stay updated on coding policies and trends,” said Sandy Miller, CCS-P, director of Practice Management. “Submitting clean claims is important for revenue cycle purposes, but submitting accurate claims is more important from a compliance perspective.”

The in-depth symposium will provide a mix of full- and half-day sessions covering specialty-specific coding, Medicare, E/M coding and ICD-10-CM.

For information and to register, go here.

Learn new and updated codes with two free ISMA webinars
Help your practice understand and prepare for new codes with two online webinars offered by the ISMA. The free archived sessions, “Transition to ICD-10-CM Overview” and “2013 Coding for Psychotherapy Overview,” are presented by B.J. Hohenstein, R.N., CCS-P, CPC, president and owner of Medical Management Resources.

Both courses will complement ISMA’s Coding Symposium, April 23-25, in Indianapolis. Find the webinars on the ISMA education page.

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