Medical Reimbursement Consultants since 1988, serving tens of thousands of physicians
Too many people teaching coding have a habit of confusing people and making something much more complicated than it really is. Progress Notes do not have to be lengthy and time consuming for physicians, regardless of the EMR system you're using.
We've sold tens of thousands of these sliderules since 1998 to physicians, billers, managers and hospitals. Even the Veterans Administration bought these from us for their VA Clinics.
Our pink/white billing sliderules are 3 1/4" tall by 6 1/2" wide (fits in shirt pocket) Each sliderule complies with the 1995 & the 1997 Guidelines.
Why do coders and billers confuse the doctors, when E&M coding is really simple? Billing sliderules can teach the doctor how to code properly with the 1995 and 1997 guidelines without using terms like detailed, problem focused, etc... The billing slide rules will help keep it simple, so they appreciate it & they'll really do a better job. Some coding tools are complicated, but these billing slide-rules reduce the confusion with E&M documentation.
THE REVERSABLE INSERT SLIDERULE'S 8 SECTIONS ARE:
Office & Out-patient New Patient Codes 99201 - 99205
Office & Out-patient Established Patient Codes 99211 - 99215
Out-patient Consultation Codes 99241 - 99245
Emergency Room Visit Codes 99281 - 99285
In-patient Initial (Admit) Codes 99221 - 99223
In-patient & Outpatient Daily Care Codes 99224-26 & 99231 - 99233
In-patient Consultation Codes 99251 - 99255
SNF Codes 99304 - 99310
These billing sliderules, which fit into a pocket, (that's good news for making them easy to carry- but bad news since doctors lose them easily) use the 1995 and 1997 E&M documentation guidelines. In EVERY seminar that we have used these to teach physicians documentation, we hear from the majority of physicians present, the following statement: "I've been undercoding without the billing sliderules." That means the billing sliderules are helping the physicians optimize their income. Just the increase on one office visit more than pays for the billing slide rules and postage and handling.
You can order these sliderules used by thousands for $12.50 each and that includes postage and shipping. 30% discounts for orders of 50 or more.
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This 10 minute FREE mini webinar helps you understand when a physician or medical provider HAS to document time and how documenting that time can make a difference on the reimbursement. This one covers the Counseling &/or Coordination of Care, Prolonged Service Codes, Hospital Discharge and Critical Care coding
This FREE 10 minute webinar helps physicians identify which level of office visit, hospital visit, SNF visit or consult code to use, while staying compliant. This mini session also helps the provider see how easy it is to document the level 3, 4 or 5 visit and how you can bill a level 5 visit - even if the patient only has one or two serious diagnosis! Too often, coders have providers under-code, based on incorrect information.
A FREE (10 minute) mini webinar on How to count the Medical Decision Making components of the diagnosis, medical management, clinical and diagnostic lab, prescriptions, etc. The MDM can be used to select the level of Telehealth visit code instead of TIME and the MDM will almost always result in a much higher level of service than the time by itself, if the medical provider does a decent job of documentation.
SEE HOW TO USE THE E&M SLIDERULE