Outstanding course. Each time I attend CODEquest, I learn something new and it also refreshes my knowledge of other coding information.James Norbury Jr,MDHeritage Eye Center, McKinney, Texas
Take advantage of these convenient state specific seminars designed to enhance participants' knowledge of appropriate coding and documentation in order to receive proper reimbursement.
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While the physician is ultimately responsible for CPT and diagnosis code selection, each member of the ophthalmic team plays a vital part in coding and documentation of the medical record. CODEquest is designed to assist the ophthalmic team to appropriately code for proper reimbursement.
CODEquest Ophthalmic Coding College attendance is limited to members of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and those who are directly employed by Academy members.
Elizabeth Cottle CPC, OCS Elizabeth is an associate administrator of the Casey Eye Institute at OHSU, in Portland, Oregon, responsible for department compliance activities. She is a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) with a “specialty proficient” credential in ophthalmology by the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC). Elizabeth has over 30 years healthcare experience, and over 20 in ophthalmology.
Sue Vicchrilli, COT, OCS, Academy Coding Executive Sue's 30 year ophthalmic background includes all aspects of coding, reimbursement, practice management, clinic and surgical assistance. Sue is the Academy's coding executive, the author of EyeNet's “Savvy Coder” and AAOE's “Coding Bulletin”, the Ophthalmic Coding Coach, and the Ophthalmic Coding Series.
Joy Woodke, COE, OCS Joy is the practice administrator at Oregon Eye Consultants, LLC, in Eugene, Oregon, a four physician practice specializing in anterior segment, retina and cornea. Joy has over 20 years experience in ophthalmology, which includes 16 years in management, and over 20 years in accounting and ophthalmic coding and billing. She is a Certified Ophthalmic Executive (COE) that enjoys providing an administrator’s perspective to coding and billing, along with the unique aspects of a retina practice.
All instructors have the Ophthalmic Coding Specialist (OCS) designation.
What CODEquest participants are saying:
“It’s worth every penny to come! You definitely get your money’s worth. I have been in medical coding for 13 years in different fields and this is by far the best coding seminar I have attended.”
Tracy Holt, MHR - Practice Manager
Ocular Physicians Associates — Oklahoma City, Okla.
“Excellent! I think as EyeMDs, we should do this at least twice a year.”
Amalia Miranda, MD
Glaucoma & Laser Surgery — Oklahoma City, Okla.
“Absolutely excellent, first class program. Content is invaluable. We brought the entire billing staff and most of the front desk and techs.”
Evergreen Eye Center — Federal Way, Wash.