Description:

In 2021 Evaluation and management (E/M) codes (99XXX) underwent their first major revision since 1997. Every practitioner needs to be proficient with the new guidelines to maintain compliance, accurate charting, and billing. This course will comprehensively cover the new guidelines for E/M codes and review guidelines for medical eye codes (920XX).

Course Code:

AOA288-PM

Speaker(s):

Katie Connolly, O.D.
katiesconnolly@gmail.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/1/2025

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