In Part 3 of our Practice Management Series we will cover the federal laws surrounding physician referrals and compensation arrangements, specifically the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute. The presentation will review the laws, penalties, and safe harbors so that attendees can successfully set up their practice without violating the law. The presentation will also […]
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Part 3 of our Regulatory & Government Affairs Series we will learn about the new ways to participate in the Merit Based Incentive Program under MIPs Value Pathways and Alternative Payment Pathways, proposed to start in 2022. This webinar will go over the latest proposals for these new pathways and how they differ from the […]
Part 3 of Advocate’s IR Coding Series is an advanced IR course. Participants should have a basic understanding of IR coding principles upon registration. This course will discuss percutaneous hemodialysis access procedures including access, maintenance, and intervention.
Part 2 of Advocate’s IR Coding Series is an advanced IR course. Participants should have a basic understanding of IR coding principles upon registration. This course will discuss embolization procedures done throughout the vascular system, including the cervicocerebral, abdominopelvic, and extremity vasculature.
In Part 2 of our Regulatory & Government Affairs Series we review components of CMS’ 2021 Proposed Rule through the lens of radiology.
Part 1 of our IR Coding Series is an advanced IR course and recommended for those with a basic understanding of IR coding principles. This course discusses angioplasty and stent procedures done throughout the vascular system, including the cervicocerebral, abdominopelvic, and extremity vasculature.
Part 2 of our Practice Management series addresses Independent Diagnostic Testing Facilities (IDTF) Standards and False Claims Act Enforcement. Learn how to meet the standards of IDTF enrollment, operate within the bounds of federal regulation to maximize reimbursement, and how the OIG enforces the False Claims Act against non-compliant facilities.
Part 3 of our Diagnostic Radiology Coding Series discusses terminology, coding, documentation for CT and MRI. In addition, attendees learn to address common questions that arise for CT and MRI.
Part 1 of our Practice Management series addresses the “Ordering of Diagnostic Tests” rule which states that all diagnostic tests must be ordered by the treating physician or practitioner. Learn how this affects radiology reimbursement and how to navigate the exceptions to this rule to maximize patient care.
Part 2 of our CDS series covers the program requirements for ordering providers, including demonstrations of the three free qualified CDSM tools available. On May 11th, 2020, we were informed that the Test Appropriate CDSM, which is demo’d in the webinar, was unable to renew their license to remain qualified for use under PAMA regulations. […]
In Part 2 of our Diagnostic Radiology Coding Series we discuss the different types of studies in x-ray, contrast studies, and breast imaging. We will cover documentation required as well as documentation tips for each respective area.
Part 1 of our Government & Regulatory Affairs Series delves into the requirements of the MIPs program for the 2020 performance year, such as category weighting, performance thresholds and reporting requirements. Learn the changes to Quality Measure scoring that impact radiologist in order to maximize your score.
Part 1 of our Diagnostic Radiology Coding series teaches the basics of the structure of radiology reports.
Part 1 in our CDS Series will cover the regulatory parameters CMS’s AUC/CDS mandate including process work flow, coding documentation requirements and practical implementation strategies. Learn the most up to date info relevant to the 2020 Operations & Testing year and how to prepare for compliance when the program is fully implemented in 2021.
Part 6 in our Diagnostic & Interventional Coding Series discusses the latest coding changes impacting radiology for the new year.
In Part 2 of our Regulatory & Government Affairs Series we review components of the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) final rule including MIPS and the AUC/CDS program. We will discuss what the finalized changes look like through the lens of radiology and what the pluses and minuses are for your practice.
Part 5 in our Diagnostic & Interventional Coding series highlights the top 5 risk areas in radiology documentation and provide tips and tools to educate coders and physicians.
Part 4 in our Diagnostic & Interventional Coding series addresses the challenges in ICD-10 coding for radiology, including accessibility, documentation, coverage, and communication of clinical history.
Part 4 in our Practice Management series focuses on hot topics in health care regulation and common compliance challenges facing practices. We discuss federal and state surprise billing legislation, radiology assistant scope of practice, FDA changes to mammogram notification, proper documentation to ensure reimbursement, plus other relevant topics.
Part 3 in our Diagnostic & Interventional Coding series addresses the biggest issues in coding interventional radiology, including difficult coding guidelines, common coverage issues, and any changes or industry trends.
Part 2 in our Clinical Decision Support series, discusses AUC/CDS implementation and ways to prevent workflow disruption for both ordering and furnishing providers.
Part 3 in our Practice Management series provides guidance on the use of outside help to manage your practice workload. Understand the limitations and utilization of Locum Tenens physicians and how to compliantly bill. Learn key differences between teleradiology and in-person care and how this affects billing, credentialing, MIPS and standards of care.
Part 2 in our Diagnostic & Interventional Coding series addresses 2019 changes, industry trends, difficult coding guidelines and common coverage issues pertaining to diagnostic radiology coding.
Part 1 in our Regulatory & Government Affairs series highlights the current and upcoming year changes to MIPS and strategies to achieve the highest possible composite scores.
Guest presenter Tom Greeson, partner with the law firm of Reed Smith covers how to properly implement radiology extenders into your practice, in accordance to the 2019 Final Medicare Physician Fee Schedule rule.
Part 1 of our Practice Management series details the important dates of the MIPS program and explains the different methods of submission.
Part 1 of our Diagnostic & Interventional Radiology Coding series teaches the basics of diagnostic coding, including anatomy & terminology, modalities, and the structure of radiology reports.
Part 1 of our Getting You Prepared for Clinical Decision Support series addresses the background and details of CDS while also providing several survival tactics.
This webinar highlights the 2019 CPT additions, deletions and revisions as they pertain to radiology practices.
Get a detailed look at what CMS is proposing to change for Year 3 of the Quality Payment Program.
This webinar delves into the details of the MIPS Cost Performance Category Year 2 and how it impacts your practice.