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During this Webinar, we will discuss the basics of FQHCs for coding and billing. We will review the Medicare G codes and the qualifying codes/services that correlate with the G codes. We will also outline the FQHC billing requirements for multiple visits on the same date of service. We will discuss when a patient is considered a new patient versus an established patient in an FQHC. The training will also outline which services go on which claim form (i.e., UB versus 1500) for Medicare. This webinar will leave plenty of time for questions to be answered during the training.
Ms. Sulzberger is a Licensed Practical Nurse and a Certified Professional Coder. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Mid America Nazarene University. Ms. Sulzberger received her nursing license in 1994 and was a practicing clinician at Saint Luke’s Health System for several years before transferring to the internal compliance/audit area. She became credentialed as a Certified Professional Coder in 1996 and assisted the Saint Luke’s Health System with performing medical record chart audits to verify the accuracy of the internal coding and claims processing.
Ms. Sulzberger spent approximately six years as a coding/billing consultant with National accounting and consulting firms (BKD, Grant Thornton) before becoming the President of Coding & Compliance Initiatives, Inc. (CCI) in April 2003. Ms. Sulzberger assists her clients with improving their operational performance in a variety of critical outcome areas, including coding/billing, corporate compliance, charge capture processes, etc. Ms. Sulzberger works with a variety of health care providers including hospitals, physician practices, and rural health clinics in their daily compliance and operational activities.
A substantial amount of Shellie’s time is spent providing education to the physicians and internal coding staff regarding opportunities for the clinic to improve its current documentation and coding practices, which impact both the revenue and compliance risk of the facility.