2019 Guide to Lab & Pathology Coding, Billing & Reimbursement Changes

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Don’t put your lab revenue at risk in 2019!

The G2 Guide to Lab & Pathology Coding, Billing & Reimbursement Changes, by Diana Voorhees, puts at your fingertips the coding, billing and reimbursement changes you need to know about beginning January 1, 2019.

This handy, easy-to-use 37-page Special Report gives you the critical help you need to avoid coding and billing errors, comply with a flood of new changes, minimize claim denials, and maximize your 2019 reimbursement revenue.



2019 Guide to Lab and Pathology Coding Billing and Reimbursement Changes

Here’s just a sample of what your Special Report covers:

Coding & Billing Changes

  • The 46 New Tier 1 Codes (complete list)
  • Description changes for 7 Tier 2 codes (including additional molecular descriptions)
  • BRACA reporting changes
  • New MAAA codes
  • New and deleted PLA codes
  • New Chemistry codes
  • Description changes and new codes for Fine Needle Biopsies
  • The “S” codes required by certain commercial and Medicaid payers in 2019
  • The updated ICD-10 codes

Reimbursement Changes

  • The continuing impact of PAMA (Protecting Access to Medicare Act) in 2019
  • What you need to know about the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule
  • Recent changes to the Correct Coding Initiative Manual
  • Updates to Coverage Policies
  • Critical tips on 2019 Documentation Requirements
  • And MORE!

If you are responsible for coding, billing and reimbursement compliance at your lab, the G2 Guide to Lab & Pathology Coding, Billing & Reimbursement Changes, by Diana Voorhees is your key to quickly and easily understanding what you need to know and do to protect your lab reimbursement revenue in 2019!

Authored by One of America’s Leading Coding & Billing Experts!
Diana W. Voorhees, M.A., CLS, MT, SH, CLCP

Diana W. Voorhees, M.A., CLS, MT, SH, CLCP initiated her career in laboratory medicine within the Division of Hematology, Department of Medicine, at the University of Utah. She has also worked with the Division of Hematology at The Ohio State University, the Clinical Chemistry Department at Holy Cross Hospital in Salt Lake City, and the Special Hematology and Hemostasis Laboratory at the University of Utah. She spent 14 years as an Associate Clinical Professor and administrative faculty of Medical Laboratory Sciences in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Utah. During her last year and a half in academia, she was recruited as Program Director to design, implement and direct the program in cytotechnology in the Department of Pathology. Ms. Voorhees, upon leaving the University setting, joined Coulter Corporation and provided technical support, customer training, and education primarily in the western United States. She was recruited by a national coding and reimbursement consulting firm, Med-Index/Medicode, where she spent nearly five years prior to establishing DV & Associates. Ms. Voorhees has authored/edited several articles for professional publications, provided numerous seminars, teleconferences and audio conferences for various companies and organizations and has served on various editorial boards.

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