Introduction to the New CPT Codes Webinar

Presenters: Bobbie L. Celeste, PhD, Director of Professional Affairs, OPA and Howard Bonem, PhD, Co-Chair, OPA Insurance Committee
CE Credits: 1.0 (after successful completion of 10-question CE quiz)
Cost: OPA Members – Free; Nonmembers – $25 (payment submitted with CE quiz)

Psychologists must use the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for billing insurance carriers. It was recently announced by the American Medical Association that new psychotherapy codes will be in effect starting January 1, 2013. This presentation will describe the new CPT codes and their relationship to the current codes. View the full description, learning objectives and reference materials below.

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The following references are available for your review:

The 2013 Psychotherapy Codes: An Overview for Psychologists

Frequently asked questions about the 2013 psychotherapy codes

2013 CPT Codes for Psychologists

CPT Codes for Psychologists in Ohio – Main Changes in Brief

CPT Interactive Complexity

EM and Psychotherapy Coding Algorithm

APA Presentation 1

APA Presentation 2

Description:

Psychologists must use the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for billing insurance carriers. It was recently announced by the American Medical Association that new psychotherapy codes will be in effect starting January 1, 2013. This presentation will describe the new CPT codes and their relationship to the current codes.

Learning Objectives:

1). Participants will identify the changes in CPT codes starting Jan 1st.
2). Participants will gain access to additional resources for CPT and billing information.
3). Participants will understand ways to use the new CPT codes for services they are currently providing.

 

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