Coding

  • Coding Myths May Place Physicians at Risk 

    Coding Myths  

    Do you fully understand the coding and documentation guidelines? Nationwide studies suggest the answer to this question may be “no.” Common coding myths may be a contributing factor to revenue loss and risk of a formal audit in your practice.

    Learn About Common Myths  
  • Important Resources

    Use these links to get to more coding resources.

  • Consulting for Your Practice

    Do you need assistance with coding and documentation procedures in your office? Look over the options TMA has available to physicians. 

    • Coding and Documentation Review: A comprehensive analysis of a physician’s coding and documentation techniques presented in a written report with specific findings and opportunities for improvement. 

      Coding and Documentation Check-ups: An abbreviated review of claims coding and medical record documentation performed by a professional coder and auditor to provide a glimpse into a physician’s coding techniques. 

      Coding and Documentation Training: On-site training for physicians and staff on the coding and documentation guidelines, customized to the practice’s specialty.

      TMA 30-Minute Billing Cure: Having problems with coding, billing, reimbursement, denial of services, or filing of claims? Contact your county medical society to schedule a mini-consultation. Free to TMA members.

    Learn More About Our Consulting Services 

  • Vendor Spotlight 

     

     

    InHealth Professional Services offers a full range of publications from nationally-recognized experts in the fields of physician practice management, medical coding & medical education.

    About InHealth Professional Services  
  • ICD-10

    The transition to the new ICD-10 coding system took effect on Oct. 1, 2015. Do you need some guidance? TMA has you covered with a variety of tools and resources to get you up to speed.

     

    Go to the ICD-10 Resource Center 

  • What could a TMA membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?