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Society of Hospital Medicine's CODE-H Helps Hospitalists Avoid Coding Issues


Use SHM’s CODE-H Interactive to Avoid Coding Issues

Coding is a part of every hospitalist’s life, but tips from the experts can make that life easier, more efficient, and more compliant. That’s why SHM’s CODE-H program teaches hospitalists and hospitalist group managers and administrators how to stay up to date with the latest in the best

practices of coding and documentation.

On March 20, coding expert Barbara Pierce, CCS-P, ACS-EM, will present an online session on some of the most important coding topics for hospitalists, including:

  • Critical care;
  • Prolonged services;
  • Documentation when working with NPs and PAs;
  • Teaching physician rules; and
  • Tips to avoid billing issues and potential denials.

This session is the third in a series of seven that cover the full range of coding topics, from developing a compliance plan and internal auditing process to ICD-10, PQRS, and Medicare’s Physician Value-Based Payment Modifier.

CME credits are offered through post-tests following each webinar, and each participant is eligible for up to seven credits throughout the series. Up to 10 individuals in a group can sign up through a single registration.

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