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Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert

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Hone your reporting skills and secure your deserved pay with vital monthly guidance to defeat top-trending podiatry claim issues

Pressure ulcers, non-pressure ulcers, injuries, infections, active wound care management … Debridement claims are tricky business in terms of puzzling out the right CPT® and ICD-10 codes. Do you have a thorough grasp of what to look for in the provider’s documentation? Are you clear on calculating wound depth for the debridement of multiple wounds?

And then there’s your routine foot care pay? Reporting these services, particularly to Medicare, can be challenging because of the specific rules, exceptions, and list of systemic diseases you must know.

Podiatry coding is not without its challenges. In addition to nailing down ICD-10, CPT®, and HCPCS code and guideline changes, you need to keep pace with regulatory updates, CCI edits, and revisions to modifiers, payer policies, the fee schedule, OIG target areas, and more.

Don’t risk your hard-earned pay.

Take advantage of vital monthly guidance to hone your reporting accuracy and boost your coding know-how. TCI’s Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert makes it easy to stay informed, compliant, and profitable.

Every issue of your risk-free subscription to Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert lays out a wealth of information, tackling the challenges you face and delivering money-in-the-bank answers to questions like:

  • What code should I use to report the removal of several plantar warts on the sole of a patient’s right foot using cryosurgery?
  • What are the standard documentation requirements for diabetic shoes?
  • Our podiatrist performed a capsulorrhaphy of the second metatarsophalangeal joint and an extensor tendon tenolysis of the long and short extensor tendons through the same incisions. Should I report 28222 for the tenolysis, as well as a second code for the capsulorrhaphy?
  • How do I decide between 28288 and 28104? What’s the difference between these two codes?
  • What do the ICD-10 Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting say about reporting codes from category M81-?
  • What ICD-10 code(s) should I report for a 72-year-old patient with a fracture of the right foot resulting from metastatic lung cancer involving the bone? The patient’s lung cancer has already been treated with radiation, and he no longer has evidence of an existing primary malignancy.

 

Bringing you years of clinical coding experience and insight, Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert will equip you to overcome your toughest coding and reimbursement challenges. In fact, we’re so confident your subscription will pay for itself many times over that we stand behind it with our 100% Money-Back Satisfaction Guarantee.

Benefit from pitfall solutions — and come out ahead in 2019 — with articles like:

  • Accelerate Your CPT® 2019 Incisional Skin Biopsy Codes and Guidelines Know-How
  • Crack This Podiatry Scenario to Hone Your Reporting Skills
  • Follow These Rules When Reporting Multiple External Cause Codes
  • See Distinction Between Traumatic, Stress, and Pathological Fractures
  • Clear Up This CCI Edit Confusion
  • Discover These New 2019 CPT® Podiatry Guidelines
  • Dive Into These E/M Additions and Revisions for 2019
  • Ace Your Bunion Coding With This Expert Advice
  • Shatter These Commonly-Believed Routine Foot Care Services Myths
  • Get Ready For These Fine Needle Aspiration, Skin Biopsy, and Allograft Updates
  • Test Your LOPS Knowledge With These Quick Questions
  • Never Report These 64455 in Conjunction With 64632
  • Look to This Code for Bursal Sac Infection Removal


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As a Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert subscriber, you’ll also receive these resources at no additional cost:

  • SuperCoder’s Specialty Alert Archive
    E-Subscription and E-Subscription + Print subscribers will get unlimited access to a keyword-searchable database on SuperCoder.com, where you can find solutions to plaguing dilemmas covered in archived issues of Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert. This is a $199.99 value!
  • SuperCoder’s Webinar Archive (6 AAPC-approved CEUs)
    Grow your skill set as TCI’s domain experts walk you through the top challenges and code changes with unlimited access to our webinars!
  • Up to 24 AAPC-approved CEUs per year
    Meet your annual CEU requirements without added expense. You’ll earn up to 6 more CEUs by passing short quizzes, as well as another 12 CEUs by subscribing to our FREE biweekly coding newsletter, SuperCoder Bolt. In total, that’s 24 AAPC-approved CEUs!


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