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In the latest issue of Medical Economics, several coding experts give advice on maintaining compliance and collecting revenue for virtual services in the first part of this two-part coding guide.
Coding rules are not something you learn in medical school. Still, they are crucial in healthcare as a business. As telehealth and remote patient care continue to be utilized, it can be difficult to maintain compliance and collect all of the revenue earned.
That is why our sister publication, Medical Economics, published the first installment of a two-part, comprehensive coding guide in their latest print issue. It offers practical tips and guidance from several coding experts, including Alpha Coding Experts, LLC’s Chief Executive Officer, Toni Elhoms, CCS, CPC.
In the guide, The experts weigh in with their best advice on coding for virtual care, including which codes to use for telephone and telehealth services, online digital E/M services, and remote patient monitoring.