Podcast: Do's and Don'ts of Physician Documentation

By AAPL Staff
September 11, 2019

Accurate physician documentation is essential to reimbursement and compliance. Poor documentation can be a cause of inaccurate code selection, denied claims, and payor take backs. To help you understand these risks and how to avoid them, we talked with nationally recognized consultant, coding educator, and author of Greenbranch Publishing’s Field Guide to Physician Coding, 4th Edition, Betsy Nicoletti.

Betsy Nicoletti

Betsy Nicoletti

In this episode, Betsy shares her “dos and don’ts” for ensuring proper documentation and accurate payment.

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References:

Betsy Nicoletti's blog and subscription product: Coding Intel

The Field Guide to Physician Coding, 4th Edition


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