CPT / HCPCS Calendar year 2022 Updates
December 9 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am MST$160
This program is intended to provide information on the CPT Guidelines for January 1, 2022.
Some of the key topics to be discussed will be:
- New CPT Services;
- Category III Codes;
- Evaluation and Management – New Patient Care Codes;
- New Modifiers – HCPCS Level II;
- Telehealth Proposals;
- Communication Technology-Based Services (CTBS) HCPCS Level II; and
- New Appendices.
At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Discuss changes that will occur with the 2022 CPT updates; and
- Prepare for changes that will occur with the 2022 CPT updates.
Chargemaster coordinators, APC coordinators, HIM/MR outpatient codes, revenue cycle staff, compliance staff, laboratory and respiratory therapy department directors and managers, product line managers, outpatient documentation improvement staff, and case managers
Jean Ann Hartzell–Minzey, RHIA, CHA, CPC, CEO & Chair of the Board, Healthcare Education Strategies, Inc.
Hartzell-Minzey actively develops systems and innovative programs for healthcare leaders and trainers. Her approach towards ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS reflects her clinical knowledge and her knowledge of reimbursement methodologies. She implemented one of the first DRG systems in the country and, as part of the implementation, educated 280 members of the medical staff, one-on-one. The same issues are relevant today in ICD-10. Hartzell-Minzey’s sessions not only provided the building blocks to transition to ICD-10 but also help to decrease RAC exposure. She looks at ICD-10 training as a purposeful and practical way with the goal of providing functional education to achieve measurable improvement.
Hartzell-Minzey is certified by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). She is the 1989 recipient of the AHIMA’s Pioneer Award for Quality Assurance. As a Certified Healthcare Auditor, she is proficient in the critical areas of audit compliance and national standard for auditing as established by the American Society for Quality, consistent with methodologies used by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the Office of Inspector General. She works with a wide array of facility types and has provided more than 3,700 educational programs in the areas of coding, reimbursement, and compliance for healthcare entities and associations throughout the U.S.
December 2; 5:00 p.m. MTN
Access instructions and materials will be emailed to the person completing the registration prior to the program date. If you do not receive the instructions at least 24-hours in advance, please contact IHA.