Staying Up-To-Date with Dermatology Billing and Coding
Billing and Coding
by Harold R Gibson on
Dermatology practices often deal with denials and even audits because the complexities of billing and coding lend themselves to a lot of billing and coding errors. Billing and coding for dermatology requires detailed reporting, detailed information on procedures completed and following multiple procedure rules. Throughout the past several years, multiple changes have been made to dermatology codes …
Need a Billing & Coding Brush-Up?
Dermatology Coding and Billing
by Adam Friedman, MD on
Have you ever realized you weren’t getting paid because of an error in coding? The good news is you don’t need to be an expert to know how to get paid. Brush up on the basics of ICD-10 from a documentation standpoint and rest easy that you will be properly paid for all your bills submitted to insurance companies. This practical webinar recording with Dr. Adam Friedman will keep you informed: …
Billing in Dermatology: A Quick Overview of Coding Modifiers
Medical Coding
Part 2 of 2 Correct dermatology billing and coding can be challenging due to the number of in-office procedures performed by dermatologists. The second part of this series will provide a quick overview of some of the more commonly utilized modifiers. Used to communicate what was performed to insurance providers. One of the more frequently used and poorly understood modifiers is the “25” mo …
Billing in Dermatology: All About EMR’s
EMR Tablet
Part 1 of 2 The process of billing and coding may at first seem daunting. But by doing a little research you’ll find these tasks to be easier than you thought. In part one of this series, we’ll take a look at electronic medical record systems. Next month’s part two will cover proper coding. Dermatology training programs and practices are increasingly utilizing electronic medical record s …
Key Points in Selecting an Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
EMR Tablet
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Part 1 in a 2 part series One of the most important decisions in any practice is the choice of using an Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Implementing an EMR from the outset is imperative and will enable you to conserve precious office space. This should also be a natural transition from a training/hospital environment for most MDs, as you will have all of your lab results and patient information …