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Proper implementation of new and revised CPT codes, Medicare rules, and other billing updates is key to ensuring that your practice is receiving the appropriate reimbursements. CAP's popular webinar, presented by healthcare business operations and reimbursement expert Mary Jean Sage, addresses the latest billing and coding updates impacting your patients and bottom line.
Mary Jean Sage
As founding principal and Senior Consultant of The Sage Associates, Mary Jean Sage is a speaker, consultant, and educator with over 30 years of experience in healthcare. As a healthcare management specialist, Ms. Sage assists healthcare professionals address and resolve management and business development issues. She is recognized nationally for her expertise in coding, billing, healthcare compliance, and Medicare audit response. She received her degree in Business Administration from the University of Redlands and her degree in Allied Health from Ferris State University.
Andréa (Andie) Tena is CAP’s Director of Practice Management Services. She brings to CAP over 15 years of streamlining, optimizing, and transforming operations to elevate efficiency and productivity. Prior to joining CAP, she consulted for Innovative Health Management Partner, where she directed multiple cross functional projects for the largest orthopedic group in Orange County. Prior to that, she was the Director of Market Operations at First Choice Physician Partners/Tenet Healthcare.
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