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1717 East Republic Road, Suite A
Springfield, MO 65804
2018 Conference Presenting Sponsor
2018 Conference Speakers
SUNDAY :: April, 22, 2018, 8 AM to 1 PM
Terri Bradley's Pre-Conference Coding & Billing Course
Special Pricing for Members Attending the Conference
We are so excited to offer a pre-conference course on coding and billing with Terri Bradley. Registration is
now open. The capacity of this event is 75, so register today to reserve your seat.
Date: Sunday, April 22, 2018
Time: 8 AM to 1 PM
Location: Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa
Registration: NOW OPEN. Select the appropriate link below.
Members, in order to receive member pricing, you must be logged in before you begin the registration process. If you are unsure at this point whether you will attend the conference but will definitely attend the coding and billing course, please register at the "not attending" link; we can handle the $25 discount later if you are able to attend the conference.
- $75: Members also attending the conference
- $100: Members not attending the conference
- $125: Non-Members
If you have any questions about pricing or the registration process, please don't hesitate to contact the Linden at the JAWS Society office at (417) 886-8606 or linden@ClubManagementServices.com.
This workshop will draw on Terri's 30+ years of experience with medical/ dental cross coding and billing for OMS Practices. Terri will cover: the correct coding principles and guidelines for diagnostic and procedure coding seen most often in OMS practices. This includes: bone and tissue grafting, oral pathology, and other common OMS surgical procedures. radiology billing (including CBCT imaging) and anesthesia billing will be reviewed. Find out how to code more complex scenarios such as orthognathics and trauma related services. We’ll also examine industry changes that may impact your practice.
- How to locate, prioritize, and report diagnosis codes.
- How to code bone grafting, implants, pathology, and dentoalveolar.
- How to code more complex cases like orthognathics and trauma.
- The importance of relative value units.
- When to use modifiers and which ones to use.
- Coding and anesthesia guidelines.
- Question & Answer session
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More information coming very soon!