The vascular specialty has had many coding changes over the past five to six years. It is sometimes difficult to keep up with the changes from year to year, but attending the SVS Coding & Reimbursement workshop, to be held on Sept. 20-21 in Rosemont, Ill., is sure to help. Coding is critical in every practice model – whether it be private, academic or employed. If it is not done accurately, money will be lost. This intensive course will give attendees the knowledge they need to make a positive impact on their coding procedures. All those who wish to improve and expand their knowledge of accurate coding and reimbursement for vascular surgery should attend. Learn more and register here.
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