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Virtual Coding and Reimbursement Update 2022

Friday, March 4, 2022
3:00-5:00 PM
Virtual Program


Course Overview

Course Overview

Physicians and coding experts will get updated information on current coding and reimbursement that will help your practice bill for the highest allowable reimbursement and avoid penalties and denials.

Target Audience

This activity is designed for physicians, nurses, coders, technicians, and administrators with a fairly good understanding of Medicare requirements, CPT and diagnosis code usage, and billing for services rendered.


  • New CPT codes for 2022
  • Changes to Split Care Visits
  • Avoid Insurance Denials for Unspecified ICD Codes
  • Social Determinants of Health and Their Impact on Level of E/M Service
  • Understanding the Medicare Fee Schedule – What Types of Changes Impact Reimbursement?
  • 2021 E/M Documentation Guidelines Refresher and AMA Clarification
  • How and When to Use Time to Determine Level of Service
  • Eye Codes vs. E/M Codes – Clearing up the Confusion
  • Modifiers – When to Use Them and Impact on Reimbursement
  • Learn More About It – Helpful Links
  • Questions & Answers


Jacqueline Thelian, CPC, CPC-I, CHCA, CPMA

Jacqueline Thelian, CPC, CPC-I, CHCA, CPMA is a highly respected and nationally recognized Healthcare Consultant, Certified Professional Coder, Auditor, subject matter expert, author and sought-after speaker and educator with over three decades of experience in medical coding and practice management. Ms. Thelian has been involved with medical billing, reimbursement and documentation issues and has taught extensively for academic medical centers, hospitals, private physician practices and various healthcare organizations.

Ms. Thelian is also a certified instructor for the AAPC approved PMCC- Coding Certification Prep Course which helps prepare individuals interested in obtaining the nationally recognized CPC® credential (Certified Professional Coder).