Code Neurology E&M encounters with confidence! Just touch the items you documented. Touch To Code does the rest.
•Frustrated with complex coding rules?
•Fumbling with coding cards or other paper based tools?
•Struggling to remember the difference between an Expanded Problem Focused History and a Comprehensive History?
•“Undercoding” or using the same code for every encounter?
Touch To Code is here to help!
Tell Touch To Code what’s in your documentation, then...
With Touch To Code you can focus on the care of your patients without worrying about the complex rules needed for accurate E&M coding. It’s like having a coding expert at your side on rounds and in the office.
Touch To Code-Neurology is an educational tool to help you understand the relationship between documentation and E&M coding for neurology inpatient and outpatient encounters. By answering simple questions about your documentation, you’ll see the CPT® code that your documentation supports.
Touch To Code is based on the same point system that many CMS contractors use to assess the relationship between the medical record and the CPT code submitted for reimbursement, but it is not a substitute for a thorough understanding of the documentation requirements.
Touch To Code-Neurology follows the documentation requirements for the specialty of Neurology as specified in the document “Documentation Guidelines for Evaluation and Management Services” published in May, 1997.
•Touch the items present in your documentation and instantly see the CPT code your documentation supports.
•You don’t need to remember the criteria for various levels of the History, Exam and Medical Decision Making.
•Unique coding analysis- see why your documentation supports a specific CPT code, using the same point system used by many CMS contractors and auditors.
•Interactive tutorial- you’ll be up and running in minutes (or skip it and just start using it- it’s that simple).
•Built in User Guide- If you like to read the manual first, or have a question about some of the additional features.
•Trends- A graphical display of your coding habits over time.
CPT® is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.