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16.04.2022
MRA Alerts and Updates
1 Comments

 

Is Your Team Risk Ready?Arm Your Team For Combat This Risk Adjustment Season!Prepare for Victory...

What will define those who claim victory and those who are defeated in the battle towards value based care? Will it be those organizations with the most money, power and seats at the table? Or will it be those who are nimble, flexible and open to change?

I believe it will be both. As victory will not be defined by the owners and head coaches but instead by how the players execute on the field. It will be the game time decisions that matter most. A quarterback who can read the defense and adjust accordingly will provide far greater value to the offense than the most athletic quarterback who misses the blitz every time.

Perhaps Napoleon said it best, "Battles are won by the power of the mind." For in a game of inches, the winners and losers will be defined by those who can execute in the moments that matter most. Prepare your team for victory with information at the point of care!

Learn more - https://erm.ecwid.com/

ORDER TODAY - THESE WILL GO FAST!!

CMS-HCC Coding Cards

https://erm.ecwid.com/2022-CMS-HCC-Coding-Cards-12-Pack-p432478501

You will love these 5x7 HCC Coding Cards!

Updated for 2022 - Version 24

This 14 pack is perfect your next risk adjustment project.

1.Diabetes:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

2.COPD:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

3.Heart Failure:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

4.Major Depressive Disorder:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

5.Malnutrition and Morbid Obesity:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

6.Complications with Internal Devices and Dependence:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips for Complications (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 Coding Tips for Dependency(side 2) includes RAF

7. Infectious Disease:

•ICD-10 CDI / Coding Tips for HIV and Sepsis (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 Coding Tips for Liver Disease (side 2) includes RAF

8. Heart Failure:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

9. Chronic Kidney Disease:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

10. Seizures and Neurological Disorders:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

11. Diseases of the Digestive System:

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 2) includes RAF

12. Primary and Secondary Neoplasms:

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 2) includes RAF

13. Coagulation Defects:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

14. Disorders of Immunity

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

Post one to your bulletin board, stick one near the EHR or tape it to your workstation!

HCC Coding Cards are made to last all year on thick 16 pt cardstock with a gloss finish.

Order for your team today!

CMS-HCC Quick Coders

https://erm.ecwid.com/2022-CMS-HCC-Quick-Coder-p432456253

Completely updated for 2022 - Version 24

This 42 page guide contains everything you need to calculate a risk score in one place!

Includes of the most common HCC codes in the Medicare (CMS-HCC) model.

This guide was designed for providers, with codes sorted alphabetically rather than by code.

Order one for the entire team today!

Includes:

List of ICD-10 Guidelines270 ICD-10 Codes (Rx and HCCs)Quality CPT II codes for MIPS / MACRAAll CMS-HCC Risk Factors (includes demographic, disease and interaction)Trump ChartLearn more / order here - https://erm.ecwid.com/

02.04.2022
MRA Alerts and Updates
No comments

Over the last few weeks I have received so many emails from coders with this question, “Is it okay for my team to code for conditions listed in the problem list or past medical history only? If not, why? Can you send me a guideline?”

The answer is NO – Your team should NEVER code for conditions that are listed in the problem list or past medical history only. Why? Per ICD-10 Coding Guidelines, codes should only be assigned for documented conditions that coexist at the time of the encounter/visit, and require or affect patient care, treatment, or management.

Coding professionals should not assign codes based solely on diagnoses noted in the history, problem list and/or a medication list. It is the provider’s responsibility to document that the chronic condition affected care and management of the patient for that encounter.

If the medical record is unclear or ambiguous regarding which condition(s) affected patient care and /or management of the patient, query the provider for clarification.

There is overwhelming evidence to support this practice.  

Download / view additional here https://erm365.org/coding-from-the-pl-or-pmh-only/

11.01.2022
MRA Alerts and Updates
No comments

 

Is Your Team Risk Ready?Arm Your Team For Combat This Risk Adjustment Season!Prepare for Victory...

What will define those who claim victory and those who are defeated in the battle towards value based care? Will it be those organizations with the most money, power and seats at the table? Or will it be those who are nimble, flexible and open to change?

I believe it will be both. As victory will not be defined by the owners and head coaches but instead by how the players execute on the field. It will be the game time decisions that matter most. A quarterback who can read the defense and adjust accordingly will provide far greater value to the offense than the most athletic quarterback who misses the blitz every time.

Perhaps Napoleon said it best, "Battles are won by the power of the mind." For in a game of inches, the winners and losers will be defined by those who can execute in the moments that matter most. Prepare your team for victory with information at the point of care!

Learn more - https://erm.ecwid.com/

ORDER TODAY - THESE WILL GO FAST!!

CMS-HCC Coding Cards

You will love these 5x7 HCC Coding Cards!

Updated for 2022 - Version 24

This 14 pack is perfect your next risk adjustment project.

1.Diabetes:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

2.COPD:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

3.Heart Failure:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

4.Major Depressive Disorder:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

5.Malnutrition and Morbid Obesity:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

6.Complications with Internal Devices and Dependence:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips for Complications (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 Coding Tips for Dependency(side 2) includes RAF

7. Infectious Disease:

•ICD-10 CDI / Coding Tips for HIV and Sepsis (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 Coding Tips for Liver Disease (side 2) includes RAF

8. Heart Failure:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

9. Chronic Kidney Disease:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

10. Seizures and Neurological Disorders:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

11. Diseases of the Digestive System:

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 2) includes RAF

12. Primary and Secondary Neoplasms:

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•ICD-10 ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 2) includes RAF

13. Coagulation Defects:

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

14. Disorders of Immunity

•ICD-10 Coding Tips (side 1) includes RAF

•Clinical Documentation Tips (side 2) includes RAF

Post one to your bulletin board, stick one near the EHR or tape it to your workstation!

HCC Coding Cards are made to last all year on thick 16 pt cardstock with a gloss finish.

Order for your team today!

CMS-HCC Quick Coders

Completely updated for 2022 - Version 24

This 42 page guide contains everything you need to calculate a risk score in one place!

Includes of the most common HCC codes in the Medicare (CMS-HCC) model.

This guide was designed for providers, with codes sorted alphabetically rather than by code.

Order one for the entire team today!

Includes:

List of ICD-10 Guidelines270 ICD-10 Codes (Rx and HCCs)Quality CPT II codes for MIPS / MACRAAll CMS-HCC Risk Factors (includes demographic, disease and interaction)Trump ChartLearn more / order here - https://erm.ecwid.com/

 

 

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