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Dr. Ryan Trojan
Dr. Ryan Trojan as a practicing Interventional Radiologist with Integris Health in Oklahoma City.
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Different evaluation and management (E&M) codes are used depending on the type of work done and where it takes place, whether in the ER, ICU, or the outpatient setting. Interventional radiologist Dr. Ryan Trojan demystifies some aspects of E&M coding including global billing periods, modifier 25, and the scenarios in which these apply. He also describes some common inpatient billing codes.
Evaluation and management (E&M) coding requires documentation to capture physician-patient encounters so that physicians are reimbursed appropriately based on the level of clinical care they deliver. Interventional radiologist Dr. Ryan Trojan provides an E&M coding overview, describing reasons why IRs should be taking advantage of it and how the medical decision making component of E&M works.
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