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Finding E/M Clarity: The Subtle Differences Between New vs. Established Patients
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The American Medical Association defines a new patient as someone, “who has not received any professional services from the physician/qualified healthcare professional or another physician/qualified healthcare professional of the exact same specialty and subspecialty who belongs to the same group practice, within the past three years.”
But, what is a professional service? How do we determine exact same specialty and subspecialty, and same group practice? And then, of course, we need to talk about the 3-year rule.
Billing for new vs. established patient evaluation and management services can be confusing. What can be particularly baffling is the need to consider the CPT and Medicare guidelines all while knowing the caveats within each.
Watch this on-demand webinar to better understand coding distinctions and to properly determine which category to use. We'll discuss the four main components of new vs. established and how to:
Filling out the form below will allow you to watch the webinar for free. On the next page you will then have the option to purchase 1.0 CEU for $30.
PLEASE NOTE: This program meets AAPC guidelines for 1.0 CEU and can be split between Core A and all specialties with the exception of CPCO, CASCC and CIRCC. You will receive your CEU in a separate email after watching the on-demand recording. On-Demand viewing requires successful completion of the post-test for continuing education units.
(You'll have the option to purchase a CEU on the next page.)