The first part of the series, “Medicare Advantage HCC Model Changes From v24 to v28” is a deep dive into the upcoming HCC model changes. This webinar is approved for 1.0 AHIMA and AAPC CEU. The following six parts of the series are designed to provide additional supplemental information regarding the 2024 Medicare Advantage V28 HCC Model Change.
To enroll, please visit: 2024 Risk Adjustment Webinar Series (intellisiq.com)
Part 1: Medicare Advantage HCC Model Changes From v24 to v28 (AHIMA and AAPC Approved 1.0 CEU)
Part 2: Risk Adjustment/HCCs and Coding/Documentation Tips
Part 3: Chapter-Specific Coding Guidelines Regarding Infectious & Parasitic Diseases, Neoplasms, Blood Disorders, and The Endocrine System
Part 4: Chapter-Specific Coding Guidelines Regarding Mental, Behavioral & Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Nervous System, Circulatory System, Respiratory System
Part 5: Chapter-Specific Coding Guidelines Regarding Digestive System, Skin & Subcutaneous Tissue, Musculoskeletal/Connective Tissue, and Genitourinary System
Part 6: Chapter-Specific Coding Guidelines Regarding Pregnancy, Childbirth & the Puerperium, Conditions in the Perinatal Period, Congenital Malformations, Deformations & Chromosomal Abnormalities, Symptoms, Signs, & Abnormal Clinical/Lab Findings, Injury & Poisoning, and Factors Influencing Health Status
Part 7: Risk Adjustment Pearls and Pitfalls, Final Thoughts
About the unparalleled expertise and background of our presenters
Kim Felix, RHIA, CCS
Director of Education
Kim Felix, RHIA, CCS has over 30 years of HIM coding experience including coder, auditor, manager, and educator. Education experience includes adjunct faculty at Temple University, Anne Arundel Community College, Gwynedd-Mercy College, Pierce College, Thomas Jefferson University and Study Mentor at Western Governors University. Presented at various nationwide conferences. Project manager for CMS HHS-RADV (Risk Adjustment Data Validation Audit) from 2016 to present. Developed ICD-10 training program, provides continual education sessions for clients and internal staff, developed CCS Preparatory Workshop and has published various articles in HFMA’s Revenue Cycle Strategist. Most recently received PHIMA’s 2023 Distinguished Member Award.
Jeanie Heck, CCS, CPC, CRC, ICD-10-CM Approved Instructor
Jeanie Heck, CCS, CPC, CRC, ICD-10-CM Approved Instructor has over 30 years of experience as an expert physician and coder educator for CPT, ICD-10-CM and an accomplished Evaluation and Management auditor. She has been the lead senior auditor for the CMS HHS-RADV (Risk Adjustment Data Validation) audit for the past 7 years. She works with documentation improvement for coding integrity and HCC coding. Jeanie provides education regarding coding, auditing, and billing to physicians and their staff.
She is currently an adjunct faculty member at Camden County College and Santa Barbara City College teaching various coding courses. Her management positions include Director of Education, Coding and Billing Director, Practice Manager, and Business Manager. Ms. Heck’s most recent speaking engagements include topics such as Missed Opportunities in Coding and Billing, HCC Overview, and What you Need to Know about Risk Adjustment. She recently co-authored an article for the Revenue Cycle Strategist magazine entitled “Are you Ready for MACRA and MIPS? The New Healthcare Payment Reform”