“There are several CPT codes related to burn coding available to enhance your coding and reimbursement. Burn coding is often forgotten in the physician practice setting, which results in leaving a lot of money on the table,” says AAPC member Charlene Endre-Burgett, MS-HCM, CMA (AAMA), CPC, CPM-MCS, CMSCS.
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July 29th, 2011
We know you’ve been having so much fun as a chapter officer; it’s hard to believe it’s time to start thinking about officer elections for next year. The most successful officer elections use the following 5 tips: (more…)
There’s been a change in the way catalogue numbers are assigned when meetings and seminars are approved for CEUs. Formerly a catalogue number for a meeting would read something like “M11316A” and in the new format it reads “MSEK112859A”. So don’t be surprised if your numbers don’t look like they used to; there’s nothing wrong, just a new system in use.
Did you know the title, New Member Development Officer, has changed to Member Development Officer? This is an effort to help the Member Development Officers focus on all members of the chapter, not just the new members. (more…)
The Local Chapter Handbook has been updated and is available online. Updates to the handbook since January are in green and the most recent updates are in red.