2020 Fall Virtual Coding Bootcamp

The RBMA Fall 2020 Coding Webinar Bootcamp offers participants the challenge to enhance their skills and knowledge with a series of extensive sessions. The Bootcamp content leaders will take you through a multichannel experience that will incorporate comprehensive presentations, pre-work, and self-directed learning will provide you with tools and resources that can be applied to your daily work.
$35 RBMA Member/$55 Non-Member per session
$200 RBMA Member/$390 Non-Member for full bootcamp



For discounted group registration of 5 or more staff click HERE to download group registration form.

SCHEDULE

October 13, 2020
1-2 p.m.
Pain Management Coding Update
Jenny Studdard, RCC, CCS-P, CPC, CPCO, AHIMA ICD-10-CM Trainer

Several codes were deleted, existing codes were revised, and new codes were added for pain management procedures in 2020. We will review these changes along with guidance provided by the AMA for documentation and reporting of the services as well as assignment of appropriate modifiers.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Identify changes in pain management CPT codes that impact their providers
  • Understand the criteria for reporting specific codes as well as identify the necessary documentation to support reporting
  • Determine appropriate modifier assignment for these pain management codes.

October 15, 2020
1- 2:30 p.m.
Radiation Oncology: Y90 & Beyond
Melody Mulaik, MSHS, CRA, RCC, RCC-IR, CPC, COC and Teri Bedard BA, RT (R)(T), CPC

This webinar will tackle the challenging specialty of radiation oncology with a focus on where these servies overlap with Imaging. Y90 embolization services will be discussed in detail to ensure appropriate billing practices for facilities and providers - Radiation Oncologists and Radiologists alike. Documentation requirements and subsequent coding will be reviewed in detail to ensure accurate and complaint billing practices for each encounter in the treament process.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Recognize specific Radiation Oncology and Radiology components of the planning and treatment encounters for Y-90
  • Create documentation requirements and subsequent correct coding practices for each component in the Y-90 treatment process.
  • Review other key areas of radiation oncology that overlap with radiology to ensure correct coding practices.

October 22, 2020
1-2:30 p.m.
Neurointerventional Coding
Jennifer Bash, RHIA, CIRCC, CPC, RCC

This webinar will review anatomy of the central nervous system and dive into the various radiology procedures. During the webinar, basic neuroradiology procedures as well as complex angiography and interventions in the central nervous system will be shown and discussed.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Recognize anatomy of the central nervous system.
  • Identify general coding rules and hierarchy of neurointerventional coding.
  • Discus reports and how to code complex interventions in the central nervous system.

November 12, 2020
1-2 p.m.
The "Other" Codes: Ensure Coding Accuracy and Appropriate Reimbursement
Melody Mulaik, MSHS, CRA, RCC, RCC-IR, CPC, COC, and Lori Shore

In additional to CPT(R) procedure codes there are other codes that radiology providers must use to appropriately reportly report provided services. Category III codes and HCPCS codes are special codes that must be used in a variety of circumstances including, but not limited to, the location of where services are provided. This session will review these codes and how they are appropriately utilized for imaging services to ensure correct coding practices. Additionally, HCPCS modifiers will be reviewed with a special focus on the JW modifier to ensure no revenue is lost on discarded injectable waste.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Determine when Category III and HCPCS codes are required for accurate claim submission.
  • Review HCPCS modifiers to determine when these should be used in lieu or in addition to, regular CPT modifiers.
  • Review JW requirements to identify regulatory requirements and potential revenue opportunities.

November 17, 2020
1-2 p.m.
Navigating the Massive Changes in E/M Coding for 2021
Mary L. Horkey, RCCIR, RCC

For the first time in many years CPT and CMS have announced major changes in documentation code assignment for evaluation and management services in the office/outpatient setting which could provide the radiology group with additional opportunities to code for these services. In addition we will review the changes in the code structure, the addition of codes for prolonged services and changes in determining the level of service based on time or medical decision making.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Interpret documentation requirements under the updated rules
  • Demonstrate appropriate use of the new prolonged service codes
  • Apply the new Table of Risk for medical decision making

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