Join the Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies team at SROA to learn the latest on proton therapy, E/M and AUC implementation for oncology.  RCCS presentations include:

Tamara Syverson, BSRT (T), Executive Director of Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies will get you ready for the first changes to E/M coding in 26 years as she presents Countdown to 2021; Preparing for Changes in Evaluation and Management Coding and Documentation. This session will review the key changes in evaluation and management visit codes, including new codes and the revised coding framework, already published by the American Medical Association and Medicare. Be ready for this huge leap forward in 2021!

Wondering about AUC Implementation? Join Melody W. Mulaik, MSHS, President, and Jennifer Buchanan, B.S., R.T.(R)(T), Sales Manager for Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies as they present an informative session on Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) Implementation – What You Need to Know Today. You will learn valuable information to ensure a successful implementation of AUC consultation for ordering and preforming advanced imaging exams including how to:

Join Ron DiGiaimo, MBA, FACHE, Chairman and CEO of Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies, as he presents a session on Proton XRT – Science, Operations, Financials, Reimbursement and Politics. In this talk, Ron will discuss the science of protons and the benefits of using proton therapy for cancer treatment. He’ll review the complexities of coding and documentation for protons and the resources needed for proton use.

An audit is a crucial component of any compliance plan and can provide a sense of security. However, is it necessary, or would a review suffice? In this hour-long session, Taming the Audit: Distinguishing Between Audit and Review, Adam Brown BSRT (T), CMD, Director of Client Services and Jennifer Buchanan B.S., R.T. (R)(T), Sales Manager for Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies discuss the differences between the two options and how to determine which one is best for your desired outcome. Learn how to effectively communicate the results to impact the appropriate change(s).