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Get a Leg Up on the Most Critical Gastroenterology Coding, Reimbursement and Compliance Updates!

Change is here again. While you are already coping with the ICD-10 implementation recently, you should now be ready to incorporate the CPT® changes that went into effect on Jan. 1, 2016. Keeping up-to-speed with all the gastroenterology-specific updates will help you avoid risking financial trouble this year and beyond.

2016 Gastroenterology Coding, Reimbursement and Compliance Updates

You’ll need to update your coding arsenal as CPT® 2016 debuts two add-on E/M codes to help you capture work your clinical staff performs after your doctor sees the patient for an E/M service. Plus be sure to catch a new code for esophagogastric fundoplasty and category III codes for esophageal sphincter augmentation, among other changes. Additionally, you need to understand how to capture multi-provider services with modifier 62 and to cut out unnecessary steps when reporting endoscopic marking clips.

ICD-10 Coding Changes for Gastroenterology

Just like ICD-9, ICD-10 will be subject to constant updates and the ICD-10 Coordination and Maintenance Committee has already discussed some changes your gastroenterology practice should starting heeding now. You also need to know the correct usage of new codes for coding Crohn’s disease, how to report peptic ulcers diagnoses, and understand how irritable bowel syndrome gets more specific.

Don’t let these challenges disrupt your coding and reimbursements in 2016.

Rely on Gastroenterology Coding Alert to help you master all your 2016 coding challenges. Written and reviewed by medical coding experts, our monthly, how-to coding and billing publication will help you master gastroenterology coding while helping you to stay on top of all the other issues that that could sideline your claims and stall your deserved pay.

You’ll stay updated not just with core coding issues such as ICD-10 coding scenarios, modifier use, and NCCI edits but also crucial practice management issues such as payer policy updates, ABN, HIPAA, HCPCS updates, OIG guidelines, and more through our Gastroenterology Coding Alert.

Take a look at some of the topics covered in recent issues of the newsletter:

  • ICD-10 coding: Discover other symptoms before coding IBS.
  • Know the tips to conquer colonic polypectomy codes.
  • Know the trick for painless reporting of abdominal pain with R10 codes.
  • ICD-10 update: Overcome ulcerative enterocolitis coding hiccups with correct complication choices.
  • ICD-10 update: Easier reporting got malignant esophageal tumor.
  • Prepare with this new way you’ll report screening colonoscopies under ICD-10.
  • EGD Or Enteroscopy? Enlist these tips for reimbursement success.
  • Don't abandon modifier 59 completely for X (EPSU).Know why?
  • Modifier Mashup: Safeguard your postop procedure pay with modifier 58.
  • Stay clear of ‘abridged colonoscopy’ coding confusion with these expert tips.
  • Avoid appendectomy coding errors with these tips.
  • Fine tune your flexible sigmoidoscopy reporting with these 4 tips.

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