Medical Records and Coding

Medical Records & Coding Service is designed to educate doctors and staff on medical recordkeeping and documentation, compliance and coding. The guidance received by the coding experts will support doctors and staff in providing the best possible patient care while ensuring accurate reimbursements are received.

Resources and support provided to AOA members include advisory and educational information related to:

  • Accurate choices of procedure and diagnosis codes for eye care.
  • Understanding and preparing for payer audits of patient care and coding.
  • Changes in Medicare and coding policies.
  • ICD-10 preparation and conversion.

Online coding resources available for AOA members

AOA Coding Today is an online, comprehensive database that contains information in real time for CPT, ICD-10, and HCPCS coding and research. The website is tailored specifically to optometry, assisting doctors and staff in correct reimbursement and compliance, and has an easy-to-use code diagnosis ability based on region. Utilize AOACodingToday as a free, member resource to assist you immediately with your coding questions.

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Medical records and coding

ICD-10 Webinars and Resources

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