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Reporting Preventive vs Problem Oriented Services for Rural Health Clinics

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PRE-ORDER - Pre-Recorded Webinar will be available April 11, 2018

Reporting Preventive vs Problem Oriented Services for RHC

Once you sign up and complete your registration here, you will be provided with how to access the on demand webinar via a separate email.  Please be sure to use the same First/Last Name that you used here when signing up. Only the person registered will be able to earn AAPC/ARHPC CEUs and CME however multiple people are welcome to listen in.

If more than one person needs CEUs:

1 - (Preferred) Have each person register and pay individually, or...

2 - If one person wants to pay and register multiple people at once - be sure to select multiple items before checking out of your Shopping Cart and enter the names and emails of each person needing CEUs in the "Additional Customer Information" area when completing the registration information.

3 - We will manually send the access links to all extra users before the webinar who have paid and the CEUs will be sent immediately after the session is over.


Date/Time:  On Demand Webinar available April 11, 2018


Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between preventive and problem-oriented services
  • Fully comprehend CPT codes for preventive medicine and HCPCS II codes for Annual Wellness Visits (AWV) and the Initial Preventive Physical Examination (IPPE)
  • Understand the "key components" of a problem-oriented E&M service
  • Distinguish between Medicare and other payer rules
  • Understand the differences between new versus established patients
  • Patient cost-sharing considerations
  • Identify scenarios allowing for multiple encounters to be reported on the same date of service


John Burns is a multi-certified coder and auditor (CPC, CEMC, CPC-I and CPMA) and has worked in the healthcare
business arena for more than 20 years. John focuses on correct coding, optimization of the revenue cycle and
managing compliance risk for the healthcare business in rural/community health centers.

His current focus with the Association for Rural Health Professional Coding (ARHPC) centers on providing audit risk
assessments and coding review for rural and community health centers across the United States.


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