Specialty Tracks Offer In-Depth Coverage & Practical Solutions for ICD-10 Post-implementation Challenges and 2016 CPT® and HCPCS Changes
You can focus on in-depth ICD-10 coding for your specialty(ies)plus gain practical advice on hot coding topics to stay on target for correct coding and reimbursement in 2016. The best part is, unlike other conferences, CodingCon 2015 provides interactive, hands-on practice with expert instructors and allows you flexibility to jump from one specialty track to another - free of charge! Stick with the ICD-10 General track for a complete ICD-10 educational foundation, and supplement your training with advanced coding on your specialty’s top ICD-10 and CPT® code changes. Choose from 12 Specialty Tracks, and stay with one or several Specialty Tracks for practical insights for your specialty on the latest coding, reimbursement, and compliance updates and pitfalls. CodingCon 2015 exclusively offers expert training in ICD-10-CM, Learning in Motion, using revolutionary yoga-based exercise sessions to teach you anatomy for ICD-10.
From CPT® 2016 to ICD-10-CM, each conference track explores a specific specialty in-depth, with advice and examples tailored to that specialty. Don’t miss the 12 dedicated Specialty Tracks at this year’s conference including: Ob-gyn, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Pediatrics, Path/Lab, Urology, General Surgery, Ophthalmology, Family Practice, Otolaryngology, Practice Management, and ICD-10-CM.
Physicians, office managers, non-physician practitioners, coders, and billers gain invaluable coding, billing, and compliance guidance during classroom sessions that include hands-on practice exercises.. Nurse practitioners and AAPC-credentialed coders can earn up to 18 CMEs/CEUs by attending pre-, main, and post-conference training sessions.