Outpatient Billing and Coding Made Easy
Learn billing and coding the easy way! Contains most current updates for the 2021 guidelines.
Learn from the convenience of your computer or phone! Conquer all the complicated concepts of Outpatient Billing and Coding, taught by Elissa Russell, MSN, FNP-BC, an experienced NP with multiple areas of outpatient exposure! Participants earn 2.0 ANCC-approved nursing contact hours.
Learn about a wide array of concepts of billing and coding including:
1) Basics of the outpatient documentation requirements for different billing
2) Procedural billing and common examples
3) Types of insurance products and how that fits in with your repayment
4) Medical necessity
5) Common E/M, ICD-10, and CPT codes
6) Requirements to bill at different levels of care and common tricks of the trade
This course is a fantastic supplement to any billing and coding class curriculum, refresher for those in practice, or a new way to simplify complicated concepts. Elissa moves at a comfortable pace and explains in simple terms how to make sense of the jungle of ICD, E/M, and CPT codes.
The powerpoint presentation is embedded with narration and a digital .pdf file of the presentation is available for you to download and follow along with Elissa's narration.
Even after watching the video and submitting the post-course evaluation, the participant will continue to have access to the presentation for reference!
Skills on Point, LLC is approved as a provider of continuing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91).
Proceeds fund future educational offerings in student-requested content and lecturer royalties.
Emily Guth is a Registered Health Information Technician through AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association) and has been coding since 2016. She has extensive experience working in outpatient coding for family practice, OBGYN, and Orthopedic offices, as well as additional experience in ED coding/urgent care coding, ancillary coding, and some IP coding. She is currently in a coding optimization role where she works with both the coding assistance program and coders to create best processes and work flows.
StartContinuing Education Disclosure
StartPrintable notes & slides
StartOverview of Reimbursement and Payers (8:25)
StartNecessity of Documentation (4:31)
StartOP Coding Pt 1 (10:43)
StartOP Coding Pt 2 - MDM & Code Calculating (10:30)
StartCoding Example (3:20)
StartCourse Post-Evaluation (generates your CE certificate)