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

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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.

Topics Overview

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.

Topic Benefits

  • 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


Mar 29 2022


10:00 am