Documentation, Coding, & Billing for SUD/OUD via Medication Assisted Treatment: A Focus on Rural & Community Health
New York Area Health Education Center System in partnership with ArchProCoding and JBS International presents:
Tuesday, March 29th 10am-12pm and Thursday, March 31st 10am-12pm
Click Here to Register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BillingandCodingTraining
The Audience for this training includes Rural Health clinics (RHCs), Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), mental health care providers, and primary care organizations that provide SUD/OUD screenings, MAT services, & behavioral health services.
The training will be broken into two sessions, allowing for ample time to review the following topics:
- Opportunities and challenges of variable reimbursement mechanisms
- Terms from the DSM-V vs. ICD-10-CM
- Identifying & screening individuals at risk of SUD/OUD
- Reporting MAT screening, induction visits, etc.
- Obtaining DATA 2000 waivers
- Understanding Medicaid H-code options
- Overview of ICD-10-CM’s “2022 Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting”
- Proper documentation of various services
- Opportunities and challenges of reporting group therapy
- Reporting non-face-to-face services
- Transitional care management, online digital Evaluation and Management (E/M), etc.
- There are several benefits from participating in this training, including:
- Understanding the roles of each team member and their relationship in the coding/billing process
- Determining service code billing options based on payor requirements
- Learning about services that can be billed between patient visits
- Learning how to increase evaluation and management (office visit) reimbursement opportunities