Interventional Radiology Coding Course

Join RBMA this fall in Washington, DC, at the Interventional Radiology Coding Course. 

Reporting charges for interventional radiology cases is a daunting task. The annual changes to the guidelines and the code sets appear to increase while the availability of skilled coders decreases. This training session is dedicated to helping the attendees bridge that gap. Each session will provide a solid foundation of the documentation requirements and coding guidelines for the most common procedures.

The content will be presented in a relaxed environment that will encourage questions and apply the material to real-life examples. As attendees learn the key resources for reporting IR procedures, they will be able to continue learning, be able to apply the guidelines to new procedures, and to improve their odds of success when obtaining specialty coding certifications.

The Wink Hotel
1143 New Hampshire Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20037

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Registration Fees

Category Register on or before Aug 24, 2018, 5 p.m. ET
 Register on or before Sept. 21, 2018  Onsite
 RBMA Member  $350  $400  $450
 Staff of an RBMA Member  $400  $450  $500
 Non-member  $450  $500  $550

Cancellation must be sent in writing and postmarked by Aug. 27, 2018 for a full refund less $100 administrative fee per attendee. If you are unable to attend and wish to transfer your registration to another individual, written notification is required.

In case of cancellation of or programmatic change in meeting for reasons beyond the control of the RBMA, it is understood that the liability of the association shall be limited to the refund or credit of the amount paid at the discretion of RBMA. By registering for this event, I give this acknowledgement freely and knowingly, and that I am, as a result, able to participate in RBMA events and I do hereby assume responsibility for my own well-being.