The Ohio Association of Child Caring Agencies (OACCA), in partnership with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS), will hold a training on Coding and Documentation Under the Re-Design for Children’s Behavioral Health Providers on March 23, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. The training will be led by Diane E. Zucker, M.Ed., CCS-P.
The purpose of the training is to educate child and adolescent behavioral health providers about the E&M and CPT coding and documentation requirements featured in Ohio’s re-designed behavioral health Medicaid program.
During the morning, Ms. Zucker will review the basics of coding, including an overview of CPST, HPCS, and ICD-10 coding as it relates to the DSM-V. She will thoroughly review evaluation and management (E&M) documentation and coding, including client history, exams, medical decision-making, and time-based documentation and coding issues.
During the afternoon, Ms. Zucker will review psychiatry and mental health codes, including a detailed review of appropriate use of the interactive complexity add-on code with several case examples. She will discuss documentation and coding for diagnostic assessment, psychotherapy, psychotherapy for crisis, group therapy, family therapy, and psychological testing.
Several real-life case examples of children served by provider agencies will be discussed. Ample time will be provided for questions. Coding & Documentation under the Medicaid Re-Design for Children’s Behavioral Health Providers
• CEUs: 5.5 CEUs for Ohio Social Workers and Counselors will be provided
• Lunch: Included with the registration fee
• Registration Deadline: 3/17/17
• Questions? Contact Carolyn McDermott at 614-461-0014 or email@example.com