Total Credits: 1 Distance Learning CE
G8730 and Medicare: What changed with MIPS in 2021
If you were reporting G8730 on Medicare claims in 2020, you may have noticed that it got deleted on 1/1/21. While reporting certain G codes is not required for most chiropractors, the MIPS pathway of CMS’s Quality Payment Program has changed a bit. In this webinar find out if you are required to participate, may choose to opt-in, or should consider reporting voluntarily. The “Pain Assessment and Follow Up” measure is gone, and it took some G codes with it. But there are other Quality Measures (and other parts of MIPS) that you may need to consider.
|Course Synopsis Evan Gwilliam 02.17.2021 - OnDemand.pdf (256.8 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|02.17.2021 Gwilliam Notes (1.1 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|2021_Measure_478_MIPSCQM (524.3 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|2021_Measure_182_MedicarePartBClaims (311.8 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|2021_Measure_220_MIPSCQM (311.8 KB)||Available after Purchase|
Dr. Gwilliam, Clinical Director for PayDC Chiropractic Software, graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic as Valedictorian and is a Certified Professional Coding and ICD-10 Instructor, Medical Compliance Specialist, and Certified Professional Medical Auditor. Because he is also a clinician with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and a Master’s of Business Administration he is a sought-after seminar speaker. He provides expert witness testimony, medical record audits, consulting, and education for health care providers and has authored and contributed to reference books and articles for multiple publications.
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