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Crucial 2014 Code Changes Education for Coders
Date:6/15/2013

Rockville, MD (PRWEB) June 15, 2013

In today’s medical office, it is crucial for coders and office staff to stay updated on the latest code changes, new advances, industry news and more.

To assist in providing valuable education and training, Contexo Media presents the Procedural Coding Changes Workshops. It is the preeminent workshop for hands-on practical application of the 2014 procedural coding changes.

Contexo Media will once again be hosting the largest annual conference dedicated to procedural coding changes in the health care industry. “In this session, two of the industry's foremost experts will provide a comprehensive review of upcoming procedural coding changes and tips for successful implementation in 2014," said Jerry Okabe, General Manager, Contexo Media. “This one-day conference provides healthcare professionals with the information they need, when they need it. We are also excited to be able to offer an e-learning version of our live conference. The eLearning version has grown significantly in recent years and makes it easy to rewind and review important coding concepts.”

Presented at three different locations, a live online workshop, and in an eLearning format, the entire workshop is tailored to procedural coding changes that will impact a practice’s bottom line. Expert instructors include Susan Thurston, MA, CHCA, CPC, CPC-I,CPC-H, CPC-P, CCS-P, MCS-P, CHCO, CMM, RMC, and Margie Scalley Vaught, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I, CCS-P, MCS-P, ACS-EM, ACS-OR.

The workshop is well established in the industry and has been offered by Contexo Media for many years. There will be seven hours of in-depth coverage of the 2014 procedural coding changes, including the most significant updates for specialties. Continuing Education Units are also being offered for attendees.

Participants will be able to keep pace with proper and compliant reimbursement including:


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