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Overcome Your Top Ob-Gyn Coding and Billing Challenges with Ob-Gyn Coding Alert.

If your ob-gyn provides additional visits outside of the normal global ob package, you may be entitled to increased payment. However, you’ll have to make sure you’ve coded high-risk or complicated obstetrical care correctly — and that means perfecting your diagnosis coding skills. Making sure you pick the right code can mean a substantial difference in reimbursement.

That’s only one challenge. You need to be vigilant about coding all facets of your ob-gyn practice. That means identifying billing requirements for routine obstetric care, knowing what’s included in the global surgical package under both CPT® and Medicare’s rules, appending the correct CPT® modifiers, knowing how to report repeat Pap smear payments — and so on.

Let our renowned ob-gyn coding consultant Melanie Witt, RN, COBGC, MA, and AHIMA-approved ICD-10 trainer Suzanne Burmeister, CPC, COBGC, arm you with much-needed ob-gyn coding and reimbursement knowledge that will help you to stay profitable and compliant. Don't miss an issue of our monthly newsletter Ob-Gyn Coding Alert.

Take a look at some of the topics covered in the most recent issue of Ob-Gyn Coding Alert:

  • ICD-10: 6 categories simplify your numerous ICD-10 gynecology changes.
  • CCI 22.1: Highlight these fibroid removal, myomectomy, colporrhaphy edits to avoid denials.
  • UnitedHealthcare announces changes that limit your hysterectomy choices.
  • Disease process could be key when choosing labiaplasty code.
  • Coding late-term OB care? Check for prior antepartum care.
  • Identify the fetus receiving care with your ICD-10 code.
  • Do not confuse vulvectomy with cystectomy.
  • What to do for non-covered service.
  • Check with your payer for this cesarean, hernia scenario.
  • Weigh this potential modifier 22 or modifier 52 situation.
  • Determine if this was an intrauterine fetal death or abortion.
  • Lower level Ob ultrasounds despite gestational age.


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