Author/Lecturer: Peter R. Jensen, MD, CPC (Physician/Coder)
Format: Self-paced online video tutorial (plays on any computer connected to the internet)
Run Time: Varies (see different versions below)
CME: 2 hours of AMA Category 1 CME credit
1/2 AAPC CEU
This video tutorial explains how to perform and document hospital progress notes (otherwise known as subsequent hospital care services). These are the most common inpatient encounters and are frequently over-documented and under-coded by physicians. How many key components are needed? When is a detailed history not a detailed history and why is this okay? Get the answers to these questions and more from this self-paced video tutorial packed with clinical E/M coding pearls.
Four Versions are Included
1995 E/M Guidelines Edition
Run Time 36:53
1997 E/M Guidelines Edition
Run Time 35:40
1995 E/M Guidelines Edition for TrailBlazer Medicare carrier states*
Run Time 41:54
1997 E/M Guidelines Edition for TrailBlazer Medicare carrier states*
Run Time 40:50
*TrailBlazer is the Medicare carrier for COLORADO, NEW MEXICO, OKLAHOMA and TEXAS. They use a unique set of rules to quanitify the key component of medical decision-making. We have developed separate versions of each course using these rules for providers who practice in these states.
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