Learn to Avoid Claim Denials in One-Hour CME Conference Call

July 28, 2009

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Register now for the next AAN Audio Conference Call, "Avoid Coding Pitfalls and Reduce Claim Denials," and learn how to ensure you sidestep costly coding mistakes. This one-hour audio conference call will teach you how to identify the top 10 reasons for denied claims and proactively implement checks to ensure claims will be paid on the first submission. You'll also get tips on coding conventions specific to neurology to help get paid correctly. Register by August 4 and save up to 50 percent.

Avoid Coding Pitfalls and Reduce Claim Denials
Director: Mary McDermott, MBA, CPC
Date: August 18, 12:00 p.m. ET
Registration Deadline: August 4

Upon completion, physician participants will receive 1 CME credit per call. Non-neurologists (practice managers, office staff, etc.) will receive a certificate of completion redeemable for credits. Calls last only one hour—don't miss this excellent opportunity to get the information you need, earn CME, and ensure you are coding accurately.

Learn more information and register today.

Save When Your Staff Attends Together on One Phone Line

The price of each conference is per phone line, so several people can listen in from one office, making these sessions particularly cost effective as well as educational. There are three coding calls left. You can save even more if you sign up for multiple calls at once. Individual conferences cost $149, but participants will save up to $198 if they sign up for all three today.