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Ensure Your Practice is Compliant with 2021 Billing Guidelines

Learn what the new E/M billing and coding changes mean for your practice in this one-hour webcast, Understanding 2021 Updates to E/M Billing and Coding. Mary Jean Sage, an expert in healthcare business operations and reimbursement management, provides details and recommendations to ensure a smooth transition to the new guidelines.

In this Webinar You Will Learn: 

  • Which E/M services guidelines have changed
  • CPT’s new Table of Medical Decision Making – what each element means
  • How to document the elements of MDM
  • How to document time for new and established patient visits

About the Presenter

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.

The Cooperative of American Physicians (CAP) provides medical professional liability coverage to over 12,000 of California’s best physicians as well as a wide range of free resources such as HR consulting, a free group purchasing program, and personal insurance solutions designed specifically for physicians.

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