Whatever your IR coding challenges, our comprehensive webcast series has you covered
It’s no secret: IR coding is complex. Between constantly changing guidelines and codes to the differences in bundled, hybrid-bundled and component coding, keeping up with current trends, guidelines and techniques is a challenge.
Let us make that easier. Every year, IR coding professionals like you join us for this comprehensive webcast series, to tap into our vast expertise to help you directly impact your bottom line. Whether new to the series or returning for a refresher, attendees can expect clear, reliable guidance and to take away a wealth of practical knowledge that helps them do their job more confidently and effectively. With the staggering amount of revenue at stake, it’s vital that you and your team are confident in your code selections.
In each session, broken down by body system, you can expect:
- Guidance with deciphering complex language in physician documentation and the subtle differences that impact code selection
- An overview of anatomy, diagnostic and therapeutic IR procedures and how they correlate to corresponding CPT® codes
- Answers to frequently asked questions and tips for commonly miscoded areas
- An understanding of when to report add-on codes and appropriately reporting imaging guidance
- Determining the correct coding hierarchies for multiple diagnostic studies
- Interpretation and proper application of any 2023 code changes
- Case examples walking through common and complex scenarios
- AND MUCH MORE!
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**In addition to an 11-part series, these webcasts are offered individually. Each session is available live and on-demand following the live presentation.
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Jayna Tuominen is a skilled auditor, coding specialist, and compliance analyst with 15+ years of experience across diverse healthcare settings providing technical expertise, developing strategies, and deploying medical coding solutions, including experience in physician and hospital revenue cycle processes and health information workflows. Her specialty expertise encompasses interventional radiology, neuro-interventional radiology, diagnostic radiology, cardiology, cardiac rhythm management, transcatheter valvular, and cardiac catheterization coding and billing, and she has provided expert auditing and consulting services in these areas for both hospital and professional settings. She has delivered educational seminars to physicians, technicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals to improve understanding of compliance guidelines.
Jayna is credentialed as a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Certified Interventional Radiology Cardiovascular Coder (CIRCC) and Certified Cardiology Coder (CCC). She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Health Information Management from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota.
Chelisa Clark, Healthcare Consultant, brings over 20 years’ experience in coding professional and outpatient facility services for evaluation and management (E&M), interventional radiology, diagnostic radiology, emergency room, ambulatory surgery center, outpatient treatment, and ancillary services including E&M and ICD-10-CM coding. She has taught AAPC education workshops on a variety of coding topics and has provided coding education for various physicians and providers; in addition, Chelisa holds certifications as a Certified Professional Coder (CPC), Certified Interventional Radiology Cardiovascular Coder (CIRCC), Certified Professional Coder- Instructor (CPC-I), Certified Professional Coder- Payer (CPC-P), and Certified Outpatient Coder (COC) from the AAPC (formerly American Academy of Professional Coders). She also has extensive experience with ICD-10-CM and HCC coding/auditing.
Chelisa’s past experience includes working for professional coding and consulting organizations, large healthcare corporations, and hospitals. She has given educational presentations on various coding and compliance topics at the local, regional, and national level to audiences of coding professionals, medical billers, healthcare managers and providers. Her considerable knowledge of official coding guidelines for both inpatient and outpatient physician/facility settings across diverse medical specialties including interventional radiology, diagnostic radiology, hospitalists (including Intensivists), various surgical specialties, and evaluation and management coding makes her an invaluable member of the Panacea Coding and Documentation team.
Amanda Hollis brings over 15 years of coding, auditing, and training experience spanning multiple radiology and cardiology modalities, including interventional and diagnostic radiology coding, vascular surgery, and nuclear medicine. With her extensive experience as a coder and auditor, Amanda has provided education to radiology coding professionals on enhancing their coding methodologies and boosting their accuracy rates. She has also worked directly with physicians to improve clinical documentation integrity.
Amanda is a Radiology Certified Coder-IR (RCCIR) and Radiology Certified Coder (RCC) through the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA). Additionally, she is a Certified Interventional Radiology Cardiovascular Coder (CIRCC), and a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). She studied Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder at Tulsa Community College and Elementary Education and Teaching at Oral Roberts University.