All lectures at 7 PM Eastern
|2/12/2020||Debridement of Ulcers and Wounds|
|3/11/2020||Adjunctive Therapies in Wound Care|
|4/15/2020||Cellular Tissue Based Products|
|5/20/2020||Advanced Wound Dressings|
|6/17/2020||Negative Pressure Wound Therapy|
|7/15/2020||2021 E/M Changes|
Intended Audience: Podiatric Physicians
Costs to Learner: $120.00 for the whole series of six webinars OR $25.00 per webinar
No commercial interest provided financial support for this continuing education activity.
For more information you can contact the CME Online Medical Director, Dr. Michael Brody at:
6 Edscho Lane
Commack, NY 11725
Michael G. Warshaw, DPM, CSFAC, CPC, CPODCS, COCS, CMSCS is a practicing podiatrist and a Certified Professional Coder with over 25 years of successful coding, management, and training experience for podiatric practices.
His local and national views come from active participation as a practicing podiatrist, having the distinction of being a Certified Professional Coder, and years of serving as a national lecturer concerning coding issues.
Dr. Warshaw's experience is unique and comprehensive. He has had the additional advantage of participating in all facets of the Medicare Appeals Process, including Redeterminations, Reconsiderations, and Administrative Law Judge Hearings, as well as the appeals processes of most commercial insurance companies and state Medicaid programs. Dr. Warshaw has also served as an expert witness in the actual court system, at both the federal and state levels.
Dr. Warshaw is also the author of THE Podiatry Coding Manual, a comprehensive coding manual specific for podiatry that is updated on an annual basis.
This unique prospective provides Dr. Warshaw with the ability to provide solutions to insurance and coding problems from 'real world' experience.
Dr. Warshaw is committed to assist practices in learning to code appropriately, obtain the proper reimbursement, and to avoid the wrath of the carriers by coding and billing in an appropriate fashion.
Coding for the Debridement of Ulcers and Wounds: Learning
At the end of this educational program, participants will be able to:
- Know the appropriate coding and documentation for ulcers and wounds.
- Discuss the difference(s) between non-pressure ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, arterial ulcers and venous stasis ulcers.
- Note the difference(s) between ulcers and wounds.
- Discuss specifically what are non-pressure ulcers and site examples.
- Discuss specifically what are pressure ulcers and site examples.
- Understand what must be "coded first" or what is the primary diagnosis code for non-pressure ulcers if there is an underlying condition.
- Understand what must be "coded first" or what is the primary diagnosis code for pressure ulcers if there is an underlying condition.
Refund and Cancellation Policy:
All live webinars will be recorded and available for two years. Therefore, there will be no refunds or cancellations.
In accordance with the Council on Podiatric Medical Education's Standards and Requirements for Approval of Providers of Continuing Education in Podiatric Medicine, any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests of faculty, planning committee, or any others who have influence over the content of this educational activity must be disclosed to program participants.
Neither the planning committee members nor the speaker have any financial relationships to disclose.