Level Up at Codequest ™ 2019
Coming soon to a city near you.
Join the most knowledgeable coding experts in ophthalmology for a half-day of professional education and training. We’ll steer you through regulatory roadblocks and the complex maze of federal and commercial payers’ rules, arriving at coding solutions you can use to appropriately maximize all your reimbursements.
Developed by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Codequest provides unparalleled instruction relevant to all practice sizes. And each session includes valuable information specific to your region.
You can't afford to miss Codequest.
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NOTE: Additional Codequest locations for January and February 2019, will be posted soon.
How You'll Benefit
- Acquire valuable insights for protecting your practice
- Boost your coding performance
- Prepare for the inevitable audit scenario
- Learn to resolve claim denials.
What You’ll Cover in Four Hours
Codequest’s all-new 2019 program will help you understand:
- The most important updates of CPT, ICD-10, HCPCS, CCI, MUE, LCDs and payment changes for 2019
- Imminent changes to E/M codes and extended/subsequent ophthalmoscopy
- Up-to-date documentation rules for exams, tests, minor and major surgeries
- How to select the correct modifier for every situation. Learn how to avoid the common modifier mistakes that cause practices to lose thousands of dollars each year.
- How to resolve claim denials: identify the cause and implement solutions
- Informed recommendations for coding and billing success (e.g. prior authorization, MIGS coverage, vial drug administration and more)
Codequest is the only place you’ll find these best-practice tips:
- Prior authorization checklist – what is your form missing?
- How to code from an operative report
- MIGS: What’s covered, what’s not
- Calculations for multidose vial drug administration
- Exam and testing coverage and frequency for patients on high-risk medication
- Billing for two surgeons in the same operative session
Learn from the coding experts
All Codequest instructors have the Ophthalmic Coding Specialist (OCS and OCSR) designations.
What your colleagues say
“All doctors should attend! It’s our responsibility to know what’s billed and make sure it corresponds with the chart. Codequest helps us make sure that our documentation is appropriate and allows us to get paid the most for the work being done.”
Robert Innocenzi, DO
“Our office attends this course every year… Excellent presentation and information.”
Patricia J. Stull
“There is always something new I take with me!”
Polly A. Park, CPC
“I always enjoy the presentations. They do a great job teaching us. The lectures are wonderful.”
Bingjing Roberts, MD
CME and CEU credits available
As an attendee of the Codequest ophthalmic coding course, you are eligible to claim CME or CEU credits. Consult your course handbook for instructions on how to claim. Claim credits within 30 days of the course date.
CME for Physicians
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology designates this educational activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
JCAHPO CE Credits
Ophthalmic allied health professionals receive 4.0 JCAHPO “A” CE Credits for completion of this course.
Certificate of completion
AAPC members get instructions to download a certificate of completion at the end of the course.
Attendance eligibility requirements
Attendance is limited to members of the Academy, AAOE, and/or state ophthalmological societies and individuals directly employed by these members.