The Nursing Facility E/M Coding Curriculum
One Year Subscription Price: $175

If You Only See Nursing Facility Patients, Choose This Option


This subscription allows one year of access to all of our nursing facility E/M coding courses. Physicians can earn AMA Category 1 CME credit for completing our courses. There are seven modules in this curriculum for a total of seven hours of AMA Category 1 CME credit. 

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  • All courses have a 1995 version and a 1997 version
  • Get access to our nursing facility web based coding courses for one year
  • Learn how to streamline your documentation to save time
  • Optimize reimbursement by preventing under-coding
  • Earn 7 hours of AMA Category 1 CME credit
  • Also includes access to all of our downloadable templates and our MDM calculator 

The following courses are included with this subscription:
  • The Basic Course
  • Rational Physician Coding for Nursing Facility E/M Services
  • Nursing Facility E/M Services: Part I
  • Nursing Facility E/M Services: Part II

 

The Basic Course: CME 1 hour

This is the "core curriculum" of our E/M coding series and teaches you everything you need to know about the key components of history, physical exam and medical decision-making. Using real life clinical examples, you will learn that it's not the quantity of documentation that matters--it's the quality.

Rational Physician Coding for Nursing Facility E/M Service (CME 1 hour)

The module applies the principles of rational physician coding to nursing facility E/M services.  Learn how to select the "correct" level of care for these encounters, then see how to construct the history and exam in a purpose-driven manner to make sure these key components are congruent with the code selected. There are two versions of this course, one using the 1997 E/M guidelines and one using the the 1995 E/M guidelines.


Nursing Facility E/M Services: Part I (CME 1 hour)

This course will take your through all levels of care for initial nursing facility care visits, nursing facility discharge services and the nursing facility annual assessment service. Focusing on the medical decision-making first, learners will see how to select the correct level of care and then how to put together the history and exam to ensure these key components are congruent with the E/M code selected.  The module applies the principles of rational physician coding to nursing facility E/M services.  Learn how to select the "correct" level of care for these encounters, then see how to construct the history and exam in a purpose-driven manner to make sure these key components are congruent with the code selected. There are two versions of this course, one using the 1997 E/M guidelines and one using the the 1995 E/M guidelines.


Nursing Facility E/M Services: Part II (CME 1 hour)

The module applies the principles of rational physician coding to subsequent nursing facility care services. All four levels of care are discussed. There are two versions of this course, one using the 1997 E/M guidelines and one using the the 1995 E/M guidelines.