NP Guide to Billing and Coding

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NP Guide to Billing & Coding in the Outpatient Setting

Improve your coding practices—and thus your reimbursement rates—by using APEA’s Guide to Billing & Coding in the Outpatient Setting.* This printed handheld resource helps you select the correct evaluation and management (E&M) codes used in primary care outpatient settings. Watch our video about this product here.

APEA’s Guide to Billing & Coding in the Outpatient Setting uses an innovative compact design to provide the most relevant coding information in an easy-to-carry size and an easy-to-understand format.

The card set features:

  • 20 pages (10 two-sided cards) packed with information
  • easy-to-turn pages on a spiral binding
  • graduated pages to help users find topics quickly
  • durable design on sturdy cardstock

The card set outlines:

  • the coding process for new patients
  • the coding process for established patients
  • how to make accurate decisions about E&M codes
  • how to make accurate decisions about the complexity of the patient encounter

The card set details documentation considerations for the following:

  • chief complaint
  • history of present illness
  • review of systems
  • past, family, and social histories
  • the physical examination with focused elements
  • complexities of medical decision making
  • ICD-10 and general rules of documentation
  • time-based billing
  • special setting of service billing
  • preventive services

*Please note that all sales are final on this item. This item cannot be returned. This product is copyrighted by APEA and may not be reproduced.

Title: APEA’s Guide to Billing & Coding for Evaluation & Management Services

Author: APEA

Copyright Date: May 2020

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