Ask the Academy Coding Experts is a new online resource for trusted responses to your coding questions. Each month answers will be provided to the top 10 questions received at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest National Correct Coding Initiative edits released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services bundle several ophthalmology codes. The edits took effect Oct. 1.
From bilateral procedures to payer rules for Eye codes—some quick tips from EyeNet.
Learn how to code common procedures in ICD-10. These AAOE-developed guides cover cornea, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, oculofacial, pediatric strabismus and retina.
Since documentation and coding is a complex process, it is not a surprise that the Academy receives more than 4,000 coding questions annually. This and next month, EyeNet looks at the most helpful coding tips of 2015.
AAOE provides vital tools to enhance your knowledge of appropriate coding and documentation in order to receive proper reimbursement. Additional resources can guide your practice through the transition to ICD-10 and help with proper coding of injectable drugs.
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For all commercial and federal claims with dates of service on or after Oct. 1, 2015, you must use ICD-10.