Payment & Coding
On July 31, 2014, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued the final rule finalizing Oct 1, 2015, as the compliance date for ICD-10. More information about ICD-10 is available here.
From legislative updates on reimbursement to providing web-based educational tools to taking you through the steps of how to bill for an Annual Wellness Visit, ACP is where you can turn when you need direction on navigating Medicare.
Learn more about available payments under the Medicaid program including increased payments to both primary care and subspecialty practices beginning in 2013.
Do you need help negotiating your contract with a payer? Are you finding it difficult to keep track of which colleagues you refer to belong to which plan? Are you struggling to retain lab testing in your office, but your payer is refusing?
If you are grappling with these or any other issues concerning your relationship with commercial insurance companies, ACP can help.
ACP has many beginning and advanced coding resources for physicians and office staff, including videos how-to's, articles, forms, and tools.
Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS)
For more information on PQRS please visit ACP's PQRS Resource Page.
Can't find what you need? Can't find what you need? Contact ACP's Department of Medical Practice.
Multimedia Learning Resources
Earn CME Credits
Earn CME Credits through attending live meetings, working online, or watching course recordings on your own schedule.
What will you learn from your Annals Virtual Patient?
Annals Virtual Patients is a unique patient care simulator that mirrors real patient care decisions and consequences. CME Credit and MOC Points are available. Start off with a FREE sample case. Start your journey now.
Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 Live Simulcast!
Unable to attend the meeting this year? On Saturday, May 2, seven sessions will be streamed live from the meeting. Register for the simulcast and earn CME credit after watching each session. Watch it live or download for later viewing.