ERcoder will be hosting virtual training for the 2023 ED E&M Documentation Guidelines. ED physicians and coders will have the opportunity to participate in live presentations as ERcoder President Todd Thomas explains and demonstrates the new MDM grid and how it applies to emergency medicine.
There will be two courses offered via webinar.
Introduction to the New MDM Grid and Its Application in the Emergency Department. – Registration Fee $200 per person.
This 90-minute presentation will explain the fundamentals of the new coding process so physicians working in the emergency department will be ready for 2023. It will discuss the individual MDM components and what needs to be documented to assign the E&M code that accurately reflects the service rendered.
This presentation is geared toward ED clinicians but will also provide a valuable overview of the MDM grid for ED coders as well.
ED Coders Workshop – 2023 E&M Coding Guidelines – Registration Fee $300 per person.
This 2-3 hour training session will be a deep dive into the E&M scoring process for 2023. Coders will be led step by step through the revised MDM scoring and how a dozen pages of guidelines and definitions tie into the bullet points in each MDM component.
While coders are the primary target for this in-depth discussion, clinicians are welcome to participate. They can usually add clinical insight into the conversation that helps everyone have a better understanding of not just the coding but also the clinical thought process that goes into the evaluation of the patient.
Group presentations are available. Contact us if you would like to schedule a presentation for your ED staff or coding team.
Each webinar is limited to 50 attendees. Register today to reserve your seat on your preferred date.
All times are Central Time.
December 6th – 8:00 AM – The 2023 MDM Grid and its Application in the Emergency Department
December 7th – 8:00 AM – ED Coders Workshop – 2023 E&M Coding Guidelines
More dates and topics will be added soon. Sign up to be notified when the webinar schedule is updated.