Understand the 2022 CPT® code changes

Register for the webinar on Thursday, December 16 at 12 pm ET

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The American Medical Association (AMA) released the 2022 Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code set this past September, which incorporates 405 editorial changes including 249 new codes, 63 deletions, and 93 revisions. As we’ve done every year for the past four years, Cotiviti is here to break down these changes for health plans.

Join our experts as we highlight the most important changes and the impact on payer organizations. You’ll learn about:

  • Revisions to Evaluation and Management (E&M) guidelines
  • CMS physician payment changes
  • The continued expansion of Proprietary Laboratory Analyses (PLA) codes
  • Additions to Digital Medicine Services codes spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic

Can’t make it on 12/16? Go ahead and register and we’ll send you a link to the on-demand recording.

Webinar attendees are eligible to receive 1.5 CEUs from AAPC. Please note that you must attend the full webinar to receive credit. We look forward to seeing you there!



Cotiviti presenters:



Amy Hodges, CPC, CPC-I
As AVP of content development, Amy leads a global team of doctors, nurses, and medical coders that create and maintain clinical coding edits for Cotiviti's Payment Accuracy solutions. This involves researching and understanding changes to national guidelines so that edits are compliant and clients can pay their Medicare and commercial claims accurately.




Brooke Jordan, RN, CPC
Brooke started her career with Cotiviti as a clinical consultant and is now serving in the role of a clinical content specialist on the clinical operations and content team. In this role, she is responsible for clinically interpreting and assessing payment policy and medical coding information/guidelines to support maintenance of existing policy and development of new policy.




Kimberly Dunn, LVN, CPC
As a content analyst, Kim creates and maintains clinical coding edits for Cotiviti’s Payment Accuracy solutions. This involves researching and understanding changes to national guidelines, building new edit requirements, and testing edits for accuracy before being released into production for both Medicare and commercial clients.


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