PCC’s A1 Coding Resource, Jan, shared with me some interesting data today. She has kept track of her chart audits dating back to 2008 and wondered what the results looked like. The E&M results are fascinating. 41% of the charts match her analysis. The practice said 99213 and the notes supported it. 12% of the …
Archive for month: April, 2016
It looks like Verden Viewpoint has taken that next step up the quality ladder with their latest installment. Sure, it has a little knock off piece from yours truly, but that’s definitely the weak link in a chain of over a dozen articles related to managing your practice. Great stuff.
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