CMS Has Simplified Documentation Requirements – Here’s What You Need to Know
The 2020 CMS Guidelines for Physician Documentation. At the end of 2019, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services made changes under their Patients over Paperwork initiative meant to allow providers to focus more on patients and less on time-consuming claims documentation. While this may mean your office’s paperwork burden has declined, there are oodles of new rules to be aware of and comply with.
Join billing and coding pro Stephanie Thomas in this information-packed webinar as she lays out the details of these new documentation rules and explains exactly what you need to know to stay in compliance with CMS. Thomas will equip attendees to be able to document properly and audit their staff for accuracy.
After attending the '2020 CMS Guidelines for Physician Documentation' training, you will know about new documentation rules for care management, PAs, and ambulances. You will also know what’s changed with ASCs, what the new signing and co-signing rules are, and what changes are coming in 2021 for E&M. Take advantage of new rules meant to cut down on paperwork while staying compliant with sometimes-complex CMS requirements.
- Learn who can sign an ambulance certification
- Understand the differences between CCM and PCM
- Uncover whether NPPs can provide pre-procedure evaluations
- Changes to the ASC
- Documentation updates for PAs
- What you need to know about signing and co-signing
- Upcoming E&M changes
Who Should Attend
- Medical coders and billers
- Medical specialists
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