Chapter 4: CT/CTA Documentation Guide

CT and CTA at times can be a complicated documentation endeavor, with lots of overlapping information. This guide provides you with the detail you need to successfully navigate through the challenges of CT and CTA.

Chapter 1: Documentation Guide

Answers the question “Why is documentation important to me?” Provides a foundation for coding and documentation for procedure and diagnosis codes. Defines medical necessity and the importance of high level of specificity and laterality. And solutions to avoiding denials.

Improve Data Collection and Revenue for E/M: Mary Horkey

Webinar Video + PDF Slides: Review of coding changes and financial impact; the business case for E/M services; charge capture options; reporting services; identifying billable services; inpatient and outpatient documentation; case study; pMD

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