*** A FULL YEAR’S WORTH OF CEUs – ONE OF OUR ALL-TIME BESTSELLERS ***
A self-paced CD-based continuing education course
Preapproved for 18.0 CEUs by AAPC for Core (CPC, CPC-H, CPC-P, CPB, CPPM) and CEMC Specialty
“Very comprehensive review of the topics. I like how the course is organized, very logical and easy to follow. Thank you!”
— J.T., California
Who should take this course?
- Physician coding and billing staff
- Physician office managers
- Clinic and hospital coding and billing staff
- Medical billing companies
- CPC and CPC-H certification holders fulfilling AAPC annual CEU requirements
E/M from A to Z is a comprehensive CD-based interactive course. This self-paced CD-ROM course provides in-depth coverage of the guidelines, coding, and documentation requirements for all evaluation and management services found in the CPT. It will answer questions about reporting and documenting E/M services. The course engages the user with interactive practice questions and case studies.
This course is available in the traditional CD-ROM media, or our exclusive Cloud-CD™ format. With Cloud-CD™ format, your computer won’t need a CD/DVD drive to run the course, but you will need access to the Internet. The image of the CD is stored “in the cloud”, so you can access course content using a browser on your system. Click here for more information on Cloud-CD.
The self-paced nature of the course allows you to work at your own pace. This is also an excellent way to satisfy the continuing education provision of the compliance plan of a physician practice or third party billing firm.
This course has been pre-approved for 18.0 Continuing Education Units from the AAPC. CEUs can be split between Core (CPC, CPC-H, CPC-P, CPB, CPPM) and CEMC specialty credential. You can also earn the same number of CEUs from the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). So for a reasonable expense, you’ll be able to tune up your knowledge and fulfill a large portion of your annual CEU requirement!
Here’s a sampling of what E/M from A to Z covers:
- Chapter 1 – Timing E/M Services
Criteria to base services either on level of service provided or time provided, along with documentation of these services.
- Chapter 2 – Office Visits
E/M office visit codes and guidelines.
- Chapter 3 – Hospital Observation
Purpose of observation, when observation time starts, initial/subsequent observation care, observation codes.
- Chapter 4 – Hospital Inpatient Services
Codes for initial and subsequent inpatient care, hospital admission, what’s included in the hospital care package, transferring care, documentation of services.
- Chapter 5 – Hospital Discharge Services
Time factors of discharge, what’s included in discharge services, reporting a two physician discharge, when to report discharge, documentation of services.
- Chapter 6 – Consultations
Qualifiers of reporting consult codes, timing a consult, reporting consult services to Medicare, pre- and post-operative consults, and documentation.
- Chapter 7 – Emergency Department Services
Identifying the characteristics that make up an ED department, what an emergent patient is, emergency care vs. urgent care, coding for consults and critical care in the ED. Documentation in the ED.
- Chapter 8 – Critical Care Services
Defining critical care status, time calculation, which services count toward critical care time, documentation of services, reporting critical care codes.
- Chapter 9 – Preventive Medicine Services
Preventive counseling, behavior intervention, diagnosis coding for these services, and when to code preventive services vs. E/M office visit.
- Chapter 10 – Newborn Care Services
Services and codes defined. When it’s appropriate to report these codes, delivery and resuscitation services, circumcisions, initial care for normal newborns, documentation are discussed in this chapter.
- Chapter 11 – Pediatric Intensive Critical Care Services
Pediatric critical care transport services and codes, reporting time for transport services, control physician services and codes, physical presence of physician during transport, admission of patient after transport, documentation of services and transport time. Inpatient neonatal and pediatric critical care services, codes, and guidelines, transfer of care of critical neonate or pediatric patient. Continuing care intensive pediatric care, reporting low birth weight codes
- Chapter 12 – Technology and E/M
Technology has changed how medical information is obtained and managed. This chapter covers how information is obtained, stored, and used remotely.
- Examples, case studies, practice questions, review quiz with immediate audio and visual feedback
To run E/M from A to Z on your computer, the CD-ROM option requires a PC with Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or later, and a CD-ROM drive. The Cloud-CD™ option is compatible with either an Apple Mac or a Windows PC.
Make your selection below. Additional user licenses are added when you get to the shopping cart.
Additional users: For this course, we offer user licenses for additional users sharing the same CD, for only $90 each additional user. Must be purchased at the same time as the CD. A great way for significant savings when multiple users can share the same CD.
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