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Indispensable Monthly Coding Guide for a Profitable Otolaryngology Practice.

This year brings many revenue-impacting changes for ENT practices. From more specific ICD-10 codes for pulsatile tinnitus to new CPT® codes for injection laryngoplasty, you need to be on top of the changes that impact your practice’s bottom line.

You also cannot afford to overlook the latest CCI edits, MPFS, MACRA, OIG work plan, E/M guidelines, and HIPAA compliance requirements.

Keeping up-to-date with all these changes is critical for a profitable and compliant otolaryngology practice.

That’s why you should keep yourself current with Otolaryngology Coding Alert, our monthly newsletter written by veteran ENT coding writer Chris Boucher, MS and consulting editor and reviewed by industry expert Barbara J. Cobuzzi, MBA, CPC®, CPC-H, CPC-P, CPC-I, CENTC, CPCO, Approved ICD-10-CM instructor.

Here’s a sample of some topics we’ve covered in recent issues of Otolaryngology Coding Alert:

  • CPT® 2017: Latest CPT®   edition offers new code for injection laryngoplasty.
  • Procedure coding: Mind method, area on ethmoidectomies.
  • Ask an expert: Check out these cases to master X modifiers.
  • E/M coding: Code prolonged services after discovering the provider.
  • Benchmarking: Does your PA's modifier 25 use make the grade?
  • ICD-10 quiz: Evaluate your ICD-10 know-how with this quick quiz.
  • 5 Quick 99211 facts help guide your level 1 coding.
  • Patient privacy: Is your practice texting in line with HIPAA standards?
  • Know when, how to amend notes.
  • Consider type of telemedicine when choosing code.
  • Get the right code for drainage of a nasal abscess.
  • Use these pointers, ace locum tenens claims.
  • Consider oral pain med part of E/M.
  • Coding for tympanostomy, tube removal.

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