Billing and Coding Tutorial for New Nurse Practitioners

Billing and coding your office visits for for your office visits can feel overwhelming, tedious and too-hard-to-learn.

One under-charge here and there may not seem like much, but when you add them all up… 😬

In this week’s video, though, I’m breaking it down SUPER simply (with a cheat sheet!)

Plug the data in and out pops the right E&M code to use.

You’ll learn:

  • How to accurately bill for new and established office visits (primary care only!)
  • The key differences between level 3&4 (and the most common pitfall I see!)
  • A few patient examples to apply it to (and a walk-through of the plug-and-go cheat sheet)

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    Once you’ve watched, I’d love to hear from you.

    What is one tip that you can take and apply to your practice with regards to billing? I’d love to know!

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    Thanks so much for watching. Hang in there, and I’ll see you soon.

    Liz

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    6 thoughts on “Billing and Coding Tutorial for New Nurse Practitioners”

      1. Yes! Anything outpatient, retail and urgent care. Need to be mindful of any procedures you did (ask about those, I only know my own procedures in my setting!) and specialty consults are typically billed a little differently.

    1. Juliet M Nottingham

      This video was great! I loved how you took the time to break everything down into easy-to-understand tables, and it really helped me understand your system more by going through the examples. Excellent video, once again!

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