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Bundle: Sports Medicine, Fracture Care, Arthroplasty from A to Z (2023)

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$497

Orthopaedics: The Ins and Outs of Sports Medicine

AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 05/31/24 This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1 CEU.

This 1-hour course is designed for both seasoned and new Orthopedic coders and will encompass a review of the most common ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for Sports Medicine, comparison of the most common Open vs. Arthroscopic CPT codes for Sports Medicine, and coding scenarios for correct reporting of Arthroscopic procedures. This course will also outline the various coding guidelines for Sports Medicine with CPT, AAOS and Medicare as well as a review of knee, shoulder, hip anatomy and terminology. 

Course Description:
This course will review knee, shoulder, hip anatomy and terminology as well as the most common injury and musculoskeletal ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for Sports Medicine.  Surgical coding concepts for Arthroscopy coding for Knee, Shoulder and Hip procedures will also be discussed.  Participants will gain an understanding of the differences in coding guidelines applicable in Sports Medicine with CPT, AAOS and Medicare. Participants will also work through hands-on case examples for knee, shoulder, and hip arthroscopy.

Course Learning Objectives:
• Review of knee, shoulder, hip anatomy and terminology
• Navigate and apply AAOS Global Service Data (GSD) and Medicare NCCI guidelines and CPT guidelines
• Review of chondroplasty, loose/foreign body, and synovectomy reporting
• Review of common ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for Hip, Knee and Shoulder

Fracture Care: Step by Step

AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 06/30/24 This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.5 CEUs.

This one and a half hour course is designed for both seasoned and new Orthopedic coders and will encompass a review of updated definitions and guidelines for closed, open, and percutaneous fracture care treatment, itemized vs. global reporting for non-manipulative treatment of fractures, global surgical package guidelines for fractures, NCCI guidelines and fractures, updated AAOS guidance for hardware removal and negative pressure wound therapy, and debridement and active wound care management guidelines.

Course Description:
This course will review CPT 2022 Musculoskeletal Guideline revisions, Fracture care in the ER, Urgent Care and office setting and billing methodologies, updated AAOS guidance for negative pressure wound therapy and hardware removal, debridement, and active wound care management.  Participants will also have an opportunity to work through hands-on case exercises for itemized vs. global reporting for non-manipulative treatment  and other fracture care coding scenarios.

Course Learning Objectives:
• Review of fracture care guidelines and billing methodologies
• Fracture treatment shared by NPP’s and physicians
• Updated CPT guidelines for External Fixation
• Updated AAOS guidance for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and Hardware removal
• Debridement and Active Wound Care Management 

Arthroplasty from A to Z

AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 06/30/24 This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1 CEU. 

Course Description:

This course will review the important changes for Joint Arthroplasty (Hip, Knee, and Shoulder) and drug delivery device updates, revision arthroplasty vs. replacement coding guidelines and hands-on case exercises for hip, knee, and shoulder replacements.

Course Learning Objectives:

  • Discover when to bill revision vs. replacement and how modifiers direct the narrative
  • Updates to hip revision billing
  • New drug delivery device usage in joint infections
  • Hands on case exercises for hip, knee, and shoulder replacements

Reminder: You have 30 days to complete a course from the day you open and access the course.

AAPC Accreditation

Orthopaedics: The Ins and Outs of Sports Medicine

AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 05/31/24 This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1 CEU. On Demand product requires successful completion of a post-test for Core A, CEMC, CENTC and CPMA for continuing education unit

Fracture Care: Step by Step

AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 06/30/24 This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.5 CEUs. On Demand product requires successful completion of a post-test for Core A, CEMC, CENTC and CPMA for continuing education units.

Arthroplasty From A to Z

AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 06/30/24 This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1 CEU. On Demand product requires successful completion of a post-test for Core A, CEMC, CENTC and CPMA for continuing education units.

Course Access and Expiration

You have 30 days to complete a course from the day you first access the content. After 30 days your access will expire. 

Should you have questions, please contact us at education@karenzupko.com  

  • Includes Credits

    $199 | This one and a half hour course is designed for both seasoned and new Orthopedic coders and will encompass a review of updated definitions and guidelines for closed, open, and percutaneous fracture care treatment, itemized vs. global reporting for non-manipulative treatment of fractures, global surgical package guidelines for fractures, NCCI guidelines and fractures, updated AAOS guidance for hardware removal and negative pressure wound therapy, and debridement and active wound care management guidelines.

    $199

    This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.5 CEUs. Note: CEU's expire 6/30/2024.

    This one and a half hour course is designed for both seasoned and new Orthopedic coders and will encompass a review of updated definitions and guidelines for closed, open, and percutaneous fracture care treatment, itemized vs. global reporting for non-manipulative treatment of fractures, global surgical package guidelines for fractures, NCCI guidelines and fractures, updated AAOS guidance for hardware removal and negative pressure wound therapy, and debridement and active wound care management guidelines.

    Course Description:
    This course will review CPT 2022 Musculoskeletal Guideline revisions, Fracture care in the ER, Urgent Care and office setting and billing methodologies, updated AAOS guidance for negative pressure wound therapy and hardware removal, debridement, and active wound care management.  Participants will also have an opportunity to work through hands-on case exercises for itemized vs. global reporting for non-manipulative treatment and other fracture care coding scenarios.

    Course Learning Objectives:
    • Review of fracture care guidelines and billing methodologies
    • Fracture treatment shared by NPP’s and physicians
    • Updated CPT guidelines for External Fixation
    • Updated AAOS guidance for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and Hardware removal
    • Debridement and Active Wound Care Management 

    Reminder: You have 30 days to complete the course from the day you open and access the course. 

    Jen Bell, MSOLE, CPC, CPMA, CHC, CASCC

    Consultant and Speaker

    KZA

    Jennifer Bell (Jen) has over 30 years of experience in all areas of the revenue cycle with a focus on prospective and retrospective auditing, coding abstraction, and telehealth billing compliance. She has delivered both coding and auditing services and education for a wide range of medical and surgical specialties. Jen’s extensive knowledge and skills in successful appeals and payment recovery processes involving major payors generates positive returns for clients.

    Read more about Jen HERE

    AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 06/30/24

    This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.5 CEUs. On Demand product requires successful completion of a post-test for Core A, CEMC, CENTC and CPMA for continuing education units.

    Note: CEU's are valid until 06/30/2024. Please be sure to claim credits before the expiration date. 

    On-Demand: Transfer and Cancellation Policy

    All cancellation and transfer requests must be submitted in writing via email to education@kzanow.com. Refunds are subject to an administrative fee per registrant per course according to the following schedule: 

    • The course has not been started.
    • If there is a pdf handout or workbook available, $60 will be deducted from the refund.
    • If a hard copy book has been printed/shipped, $60 plus shipping and handling will be deducted.
    • Timing of your request:
      • Cancellation requests must be received via email within 24 hours of purchase for a full refund less above fees.
      • Cancellations received after 24 hours of purchase will result in a transfer of funds to another on-demand course within the same year less above fees.

    Please email education@kzanow.com to submit your transfer or cancellation request.

  • Includes Credits

    $199 | This 1-hour course is designed for both seasoned and new Orthopedic coders and will encompass a review of the most common ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for Sports Medicine, comparison of the most common Open vs. Arthroscopic CPT codes for Sports Medicine, and coding scenarios for correct reporting of Arthroscopic procedures.

    $199

    This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1 CEU. CEU's expire on 5/31/2024.

    This 1-hour course is designed for both seasoned and new Orthopedic coders and will encompass a review of the most common ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for Sports Medicine, comparison of the most common Open vs. Arthroscopic CPT codes for Sports Medicine, and coding scenarios for correct reporting of Arthroscopic procedures. This course will also outline the various coding guidelines for Sports Medicine with CPT, AAOS and Medicare as well as a review of knee, shoulder, hip anatomy and terminology. 

    Course Description:
    This course will review knee, shoulder, hip anatomy and terminology as well as the most common injury and musculoskeletal ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for Sports Medicine.  Surgical coding concepts for Arthroscopy coding for Knee, Shoulder and Hip procedures will also be discussed.  Participants will gain an understanding of the differences in coding guidelines applicable in Sports Medicine with CPT, AAOS and Medicare. Participants will also work through hands-on case examples for knee, shoulder, and hip arthroscopy.

    Course Learning Objectives:
    • Review of knee, shoulder, hip anatomy and terminology
    • Navigate and apply AAOS Global Service Data (GSD) and Medicare NCCI guidelines and CPT guidelines
    • Review of chondroplasty, loose/foreign body, and synovectomy reporting
    • Review of common ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for Hip, Knee and Shoulder 

    Reminder: You have 30 days to complete the course from the day you open and access the course. 

    Marissa Clemmer, CPC, CCS, CPMA, CPB, CANPC, CPEDC

    Consultant and Speaker

    KZA

    Marissa has over 24 years of experience in the healthcare industry in all areas of revenue cycle management with focus on prospective and retrospective auditing, compliance, and education. She has extensive experience in multi-specialty evaluation/management (E&M), surgical coding and auditing with a focus on educating physicians and mid-level providers on correct coding and documentation for compliant billing to maximize reimbursement.

    Read more about Marissa HERE

    AAPC Accreditation -- Expires 05/31/24

    This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1 CEU. On Demand product requires successful completion of a post-test for Core A, CEMC, CENTC and CPMA for continuing education units.

    On-Demand: Transfer and Cancellation Policy

    All cancellation and transfer requests must be submitted in writing via email to education@kzanow.com. Refunds are subject to an administrative fee per registrant per course according to the following schedule: 

    • The course has not been started.
    • If there is a pdf handout or workbook available, $60 will be deducted from the refund.
    • If a hard copy book has been printed/shipped, $60 plus shipping and handling will be deducted.
    • Timing of your request:
      • Cancellation requests must be received via email within 24 hours of purchase for a full refund less above fees.
      • Cancellations received after 24 hours of purchase will result in a transfer of funds to another on-demand course within the same year less above fees.

    Please email education@kzanow.com to submit your transfer or cancellation request.

On-Demand: Transfer and Cancellation Policy

All cancellation and transfer requests must be submitted in writing via email to education@kzanow.com. Refunds are subject to an administrative fee per registrant per course according to the following schedule: 

  • The course has not been started.
  • If there is a pdf handout or workbook available, $60 will be deducted from the refund.
  • If a hard copy book has been printed/shipped, $60 plus shipping and handling will be deducted.
  • Timing of your request:
    • Cancellation requests must be received via email within 24 hours of purchase for a full refund less above fees.
    • Cancellations received after 24 hours of purchase will result in a transfer of funds to another on-demand course within the same year less above fees.

Please email education@kzanow.com to submit your transfer or cancellation request.