WELCOME

Radiology Residents and Fellows

Getting paid for the work you do is essential and accurate documentation is the first step. Missing a key phrase in your dictation can be the difference between a payment for a limited versus complete study (or a denied claim) so we want to make sure you have the resources you need to maximize revenue.

Our documentation resources are available on demand so you can fit them into your schedule or just get a quick review as needed. They can also be part of an orientation program for new physicians joining your group.

WELCOME

Getting paid for the work you do is essential and accurate documentation is the first step. Missing a key phrase in your dictation can be the difference between a payment for a limited versus complete study (or a denied claim) so we want to make sure you have the resources you need to maximize revenue.

Our documentation resources are available on demand so you can fit them into your schedule or just get a quick review as needed. They can also be part of an orientation program for new physicians joining your group.

DOCUMENTATION RESOURCES

A Foundation for Quality, Reimbursement and Compliance

START UP DOCUMENTATION

VIDEOS

MSN PRACTICE EDUCATION FACULTY

Kim Snyder
CPC
Director of Physician Education

Kim Snyder is a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) with more than 20 years of experience in healthcare coding and compliance.  She joined MSN in 2016 and is Director of Physician Education, specializing in the development of educational materials and programs designed to improve complete and compliant documentation. 

Renée Engle
RCC, RCCIR, FRBMA
Senior Vice President, Client Services

Renee Engle has extensive experience in CPT/ICD coding, MIPS and healthcare management.  She is President of the Radiology Coding Certification Board (RCCB) and is a member of the American College of Radiology (ACR) CPT and Nomenclature Committee and the ACR Carrier Advisory Committee (CAC). She is a Radiology Certified Coder (RCC) and Radiology Certified Coder in Interventional Radiology (RCCIR.) 

Walt Blackham
RCC
Senior Vice President, Coding
and Client Services

Walt is nationally recognized as a leading authority on radiology coding. He has served as Chair of the RBMA Coding Committee and is currently a member of the Committee on Coding and Nomenclature of the American College of Radiology (ACR), a position he has held intermittently for many years.  Walt is a Radiology Certified Coder (RCC).

Bethany Geiger
MBA
Director of Coding Operations

Bethany Geiger, MBA, has more than 17 years of experience in medical coding and billing management, with a primary focus on radiology.  She is responsible for identifying and implementing MSN coding operations processes to maintain accuracy, efficiency and compliance.  Bethany is a member of the RBMA and serves on the Program Education Subcommittee.

Mary Horkey
RCC, RCCIR
Senior Coding Manager

Mary Horkey is a Radiology Certified Coder in Interventional Radiology (RCCIR) and a Radiology Certified Coder (RCC).  She is a Senior Coding Manager with MSN, with a special emphasis in education and training.  

Claudia Murray
RCC
Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Compliance Officer

Claudia was employed by Medicare for 21 years and then worked as an independent healthcare consultant prior to joining MSN as HIPAA and Corporate Compliance Officer in 2014.  She also developed the MSN Quality Payment Programs division and serves as its Executive Director.  Claudia is a Radiology Certified Coder (RCC). 

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These educational documents and guides were prepared as a tool to provide education only. It is not intended to affect clinical treatment patterns. The material provided is for informational purposes only. Efforts have been made to ensure the information within this document was accurate on the date of distribution. Reimbursement policies vary from insurer to insurer and the policies of the same payer may vary within different U.S. regions. All policies should be verified to ensure compliance. CPT® codes, descriptions and other data are copyright of the American Medical Association (or such other date of publication of CPT®).  All Rights Reserved. CPT® is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association. Proprietary and confidential document.