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Bill Dacey

Bill Dacey

Bill Dacey, CPC, MBA, MHA, is principal in the Dacey Group, a consulting firm dedicated to coding, billing, documentation, and compliance concerns. Dacey is a AAPC-certified instructor and has been active in physician training for more than 20 years.

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In this month's coding column, we also feature answers to prolonged services codes and orthopedic ICD-10 codes.

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For this month's coding column, we get a few ICD-10 specific questions on BMI and well child visits.

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This month's coding column: What do physicians have to know about coding for telemedicine visits?

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This month's coding column: An elderly patient's grown daughter comes in for an office visit without the patient, is there a code for that?

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This month's coding column is on the biggest change to the 2017 CPT manual and billing related to depression and alcohol misuse screening.

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This month's coding column is about whether or not one or more physicians of different specialties can bill the advanced care planning codes.

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This month's coding column looks at whether or not you can count addressing routine chronic conditions without a change in plan of care as E&M.

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What are the rules when it comes to completing chart notes after the time of service? Can doctors charge a copay for an annual exam?

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This month's coding questions tackle whether physicians in the same group practice in the same specialty have to bill as a single doctor.

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In the world of coding, here's why an attending physician is not really allowed to attest to an NP consult. Also, what are comparative billing reports?

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