Myth or fact? Ancillary staff can't document parts of E/M services
Medicare does not require doctors to redocument information in a patient’s record that has already been documented by staff or by patients themselves.
5 things doctors need to know about 2020 Medicare fee schedule
A slightly heavier lift from physicians will be required to avoid penalties and earn bonuses under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System.
Ancillary staff: Can they document components of E/M services?
Find out how to debunk the myth that a physician is required to re-document information that has already been documented in the patient’s record by practice staff or by the patient.
Medicare pay should recognize value of surgeons' office visits
The AMA will take a deeper dive into one aspect of the proposal from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Medicare E/M proposal will slash physicians’ documentation load
AMA has led medicine’s effort to help CMS cut E/M office visit coding-and-documentation requirements while rewarding more time spent with patients.
Relief from administrative burden key to proposed Medicare fee schedule
The AMA appreciates Administrator Seema Verma and CMS proposing policy changes that prioritize patients over paperwork and let doctors be doctors.
Outpatient CDI Workshop & CPT® and RBRVS 2021 Annual Symposium
Learn from experts on CPT®, RBRVS and Medicare payment policy during the 2021 Outpatient CDI Workshop and the CPT® and RBRVS 2021 Annual Symposium being held Nov. 17-20 in Chicago.
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