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American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

2014 CPT Coding Updates

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Overview / Abstract:

It’s that time again! More than 300 CPT® changes are being made for 2014:

175 new codes
47 deleted codes
107 revised codes
Guideline changes
Preparing for 300+ code updates is more than just learning what has changed. You need to recognize why they’ve changed, how to apply the new codes, and what should be documented to support them. Our half-day, interactive workshop will provide personalized, in-depth instruction with hands-on application of the coming CPT® code and guideline changes. Your workshop manual then becomes your quick-reference tool to be used throughout 2014.


Learn how to apply the updates to common coding cases (hands-on exercises with expert presenters)
Identify potential coding mistakes that will impact revenue as a result of these changes
Get your office compliant ahead of the transition
Review rationales for all major changes; understand the "what" and the "why"
Prepare your provider for compliant documentation
Receive an in-depth code change manual that explains the changes

Manual includes rationales for all major changes – get the "why," not just the "what"
On-demand recording included for all live participants (replay author's presentation as needed)


Sep 03, 2020


Informatics / Coding / Billing CE





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Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Raemarie currently manages AAPC's product development, is a coding liaison to the AMA CPT® Editorial Panel, and has more than 20 years of experience in the medical field. With AAPC, she has also served as the clinical development manager for the exams program, national externship director, and as an advertising coordinator. Prior to joining AAPC, she spent many years at ConCorde Career Institute, Fla., where she served in several roles, including as an instructor for the coding and medical assistant programs. Ms. Jimenez has also worked as a medical assistant, billing and coding manager, instructor, auditor for outpatient and physician services, and physician educator. She received her BA in psychology from Florida Atlantic University.

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American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

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