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Who Should Attend?

Coding & Billing

Coding and billing professionals in cardiology, oncology or radiology

Charge Capture

Individuals responsible for charge capture in a cancer center, infusion center or hospital-based infusion therapy department

Clinical Staff

Team members participating in or coding specialty procedures

Compliance & Admin

Compliance officers or administration in a medical specialty practice, free-standing center, or hospital department

Daily Session Options

Interventional Radiology Procedures

Learn what it will take to submit accurate claims for interventional radiology services in 2021. In this session you will explore new coding changes, hot topics and common IR billing errors that lead to denials.

Medical Oncology

This popular fast-paced session focuses on the
complexities of billing for drug administration and related services. Learn how to avoid denials as you examine the latest guidance and address common pitfalls such as reporting additional hours and proper use of the drug administration hierarchy for coding.


What changes in cardiology coding will 2021 bring? Find out in this session as you examine coding guidelines and bundling issues related to a wide range of cardiology services including cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology services pacemakers, and ICDs

Diagnostic Imaging

Get up to speed on the 2021 coding changes for diagnostic radiology with this popular session. Instructors will discuss common challenges in multiple modalities including plain films, ultrasound, CT, MRI, PET, nuclear medicine, and percutaneous breast procedures. Bonus topics will include Appropriate Use Criteria, supervision, orders, and more.

Radiation Oncology – Part 1

By popular demand our radiation oncology session has been expanded to two days, allowing more time for explanations and Q&A! In part 1, you’ll examine coding, compliance, and documentation for the wide range of external beam radiation therapies with special attention to coding differences for the physician and hospital settings.

Radiation Oncology – Part 2

In part two of this special 2-day session, you will explore coding and compliance for specialty radiation oncology procedures including proton therapy, brachytherapy, radiopharmaceuticals, and intraoperative radiation therapy. We will also examine in detail the first changes to E/M coding guidelines since the 1990s.

E/M for Radiology – Half Day

The industry is abuzz with the first changes to E/M coding for Radiology in 26 years. In this half-day session, you will learn the clinical scenarios unique to radiology and be equipped to help your providers ensure appropriate documentation and reimbursement.

E/M for Oncology  – Half Day

Beginning in January 2021, there will be significant changes to E/M coding for both new and established patients. Get ready with this half-day session, where you will learn how to correctly apply medical decision making and time-based criteria, prolonged services codes, and complexity add-ons for oncology services.

What our attendees are saying

The seminar was and always is informative. The updates and continuing education help me in applying coding and compliance in my job.

Interventional Radiology Clinician

Each Registration Includes:

Continuing Education Units

2021 Reference Guide (up to $289 value)

25% off purchases during session

$50 Coupon to use in 2021

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