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American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Specialized DME Coding

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Overview / Abstract:

DME Is a target for many audits due to lack of documentation and proof of delivery. The issues surrounding DME include incorrect usage of place of service, diagnoses that do not meet ordering requirements along with Incomplete and outdated Certificates of Medical Necessity and lack of Advanced Beneficiary Notifications. We will discuss what is required for Specialized DME ordering, delivery and what you, as a DME provider; need to do to avoid recoupments.

You Will Learn:
The correct use of modifiers and place of service
Use of Certificate of Medical Necessity, Advanced Beneficiary notification
Required documentation needed for Specialized DME
Face to Face Examination requirements


Sep 03, 2020


Informatics / Coding / Billing CE





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Rhonda Zollars has worked in the medical field since 1988, beginning her coding career as a medical assistant in internal medicine. This experience built the foundation for her current position as a fraud investigator for the State of Arizona Medicaid Program. Zollars has held many positions in the Scottsdale, Ariz. chapter, including president and educational officer. In 2008, she was honored as AAPC Region 7 Coder of the Year. Zollars extends her passion for coding education to her local chapter and her employer.

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American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

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