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The Business Side of Bariatric Endoscopy – Coding and Reimbursement (On-Demand) | November 2018
Description

This recording of a one-hour webinar will provide your practice with a current look into the top coding and reimbursement issues impacting bariatric endoscopy and the tips and solutions for economic survival. Learning how to ask the appropriate questions, working with your institution to obtain coverage for your patients, and providing options when coverage is denied, are the keys to success.

This is an excellent resource for physicians/providers, managers, coders, schedulers, preauthorization/utilization review coordinators, and clinical staff members.

The original webinar was held November 29, 2018.

Learning Objectives
This webinar will address the following questions and give clarity on these coding items:

  • Coding and reimbursement- what do these mean and why are they important?
  • Packaging your practice and options
  • Obtaining coverage for a patient when coverage is rejected
Faculty
Victoria Gomez, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine Consultant, Division of Gastroenterology, Section of Advanced Endoscopy
Mayo Clinic
Jacksonville, FL.
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Contact Information
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Summary
Availability: Released on 12/06/2018
Cost: Member: $0.00
Non-Member: $99.00
Credit Offered: No Credit Offered
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