Welcome to

Traditional Medicine Standard Terminology:
Bridge to the ICD-11 Billing Practice

THIS CLASS IS A FUNDRAISER,
50% OF PROFIT WILL BE DONATED TOWARDS INCLUSION AND RECOGNITION OF ACUPUNCTURISTS AS PROVIDERS IN THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT.

ATTENTION – To take the class at later time please save this link
https://asiantherapies.org/class-icd-11/

Please review materials supporting the class presentation by clicking on the links below.
Please print the handout for note making convenience.
Enjoy the webinar.
Please take the test below by clicking on the window at the best answer.

Complete mandatory evaluation forms below.
If you hold FLORIDA License, class completion will be automatically reported to Florida  CE Broker by FSOMA within two weeks upon submission of your test and evaluation form.
Class completion will be automatically reported to NCCAOM  within two weeks upon submission of your test and evaluation form.

You will receive  your completion certificate via email from NCCAOM within two weeks upon submission of your test and evaluation form.
if you have not received your NCCAOM certificate within two weeks please email me at GR@AsianTherapies.org
Thank you.

MATERIALS

  1. 2020 CMS EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT SERVICES GUIDE
  2. 2021 E/M cpt codes -revised-mdm-grid.pdf
  3. E/M Changes in 2021 for 99202-99215 | Overview
  4. AMA – E/M CPT change updates 
  5. AMA 2021 EM office visits 2021
  6. Description of CPT E/M changes, effective January 1, 2021
  7. Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Rule
  8. What’s Next for E/M Visits: Now and a Look Ahead
  9. Social Determinants of Health: Know What Affects Health
  10. The Accountable Health Communities Health-Related Social Needs Screening Tool
  11. CMS expands Medicare Advantage coverage for social determinants of health
  12. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MEDICAL ACUPUNCTURE 2011 CODING REFERENCE SHEET
  13. Auditor E/M score worksheet
  14. Acuclaims Billing Company
  15. Holistic Billing Services
  16. HJRossCompany Chiropractic and Acupuncture Billing
  17. VA pain assessment scale
  18. VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines
  19. VA/DoD CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINE FOR DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF LOW BACK PAIN
  20. Pain Awareness Toolkits
  21. SOAP – Acupuncture Initial Appointment Template
  22. SOAP Straightforward level – Acupuncture Initial Encounter – Example
  23. SOAP Low Level – Acupuncture Initial Encounter – Example
  24. SOAP Moderate level – Acupuncture Encounter – Example
  25. SOAP – NO E/M Follow Up Acupuncture Template 
  26. SOAP – No E/M Follow Up Acu Encounter Example
  27. SOAP – Acupuncture + E/M Follow Up Template
  28. SOAP – Straightforward level – Acupuncture Follow Up Example
  29. SOAP – Low level – Acupuncture Follow Up Example
  30. SOAP – Moderate – Acupuncture Follow Up Example
  31. SOAP – Herbal Initial Encounter Template
  32. SOAP – Herbal Initial Encounter Example
  33. SOAP – Herbal Follow Up Template
  34. SOAP – Herbal Follow Up Example
  35. Intake form

Answers on Questions:
1. What line on HICPA form I use to record ICD-11 Ch26 (TM1) pattern? – None. Until ICD-11 is accepted as a standard for billing in United States TM pattern is recorded in the body of your SOAP note and in the comment/note window of your EHR. It does NOT go to insurance companies yet . The major goal for ICD-11 Chapter 26 (TM-1) at this time is to enable all of us  to understand each other independently of the style of acupuncture practiced.

For the exam SOAP: Please write up interesting, preferably controversial cases! 
Remember it is your contribution to the community learning!

In the future we will hold case study discussion classes based on your submitted cases.


Thank you

To receive PDA/CEU you must complete Exam and Evaluation. Please click on each SUBMIT button below.

EXAM

1. The “WHO International Standard terminologies on traditional medicine in the Western Pacific region” published by World Health Organization (2007) is the best resource for standard terminology reference. Label(Required)
2. ICD-11 Chapter 26 (TM1) is a tool to judge TM practice or the efficacy of any TM intervention.(Required)
3. SF78 Dampness-heat encumbering the spleen system pattern. Is an example of:(Required)
4. TCM pattern of “Liver Yang Rising” according to G. Maciocia “The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text for Acupuncturists and Herbalists.” Churchill Livingstone; 2 edition (July 27, 2005) is a synonym to which ICD-11 Chapter 26 (TM1) pattern below?(Required)
5. It is recommended that coding of cases with ICD-11’s chapter on Traditional Medicine disorders and patterns (TM1) be used in conjunction with the Western Medicine concepts of ICD Chapters 1-25(Required)
6. Which diagnosis below is a NON-billable Traditional Medicine diagnosis.(Required)
7. Which treatment principle of Traditional Medicine according to the “WHO International Standard terminologies on traditional medicine in the Western Pacific region” published by World Health Organization (2007) is the most appropriate for SF52 Liver yang ascendant hyperactivity pattern (TM1)?(Required)
8. What level of Medical Decision Making is NOT suitable for an Acupuncturist E/M encounter(Required)
9. Which answer below reflects the following statement the best? “In addition to main - billable western medicine diagnosis Traditional Medicine practitioners are encouraged to use codes from Section X ‘Extension codes’ to describe additional features of a disorder or pattern and its characteristics.”(Required)

EVALUATION

2. The program met its stated goals and objectives.(Required)
3. The instructor(s) was knowledgeable of the subject matter presented.(Required)
4. I received an agenda and the instructor kept to the identified time frames.(Required)
5. The handouts and teaching methods were well presented to impart the program information.(Required)
6. I will be able to apply what i have learned in my professional life.(Required)
7. Overall how satisfied were you with the program presentation?(Required)
8. Would you recommend this course to other licensed acupuncturists?(Required)
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