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The Fundamentals of E/M Auditing

Nikki Taylor MBA, CPC, COC, CPMA March 31, 2016


Are you struggling with E/M auditing? Get back to the basics and learn how to master E/M coding and auditing.


From the chief complaint to medical decision making, learn the basic rules to ensure that your evaluation and management auditing skills are up-to-code. For compliance insight and time documentation guidance, join Nikki Taylor, MBA, CPC, COC, CPMA for an in-depth E/M Auditing webinar.


You’ll learn:

  • Why you cannot ignore Medical Decision Making
  • A proven strategy to master E/M auditing
  • How to ensure compliance with time documentation
  • The differences between acceptable and unacceptable provider signatures
  • How to avoid common documentation pitfalls








Who Should Attend:

  • Practice Managers
  • Office Managers
  • Physicians (MD)
  • Non-physician Practitioners (NPP)
  • Physician Assistants (PA)
  • Certified Medical Coders (CPC®)
  • Certified Professional Medical Auditors (CPMA®)
  • Billing/Reimbursement Specialists
  • Beginning and student coders



Note: The AAPC CEU is available to all live webinar attendees. CEUs for archived webinars are available only to SuperCoder subscribers.


Speaker Bio:


Nikki Taylor



Nikki Taylor, MBA, CPC, COC, CPMA is an auditor for The Coding Institute where she completes audits for several clients including, hospitals, large and small group practices, and specialty clinics. She has more than a decade of experience in multispecialty coding and auditing, billing and practice management. She left the physician practice world for her current role with The Coding Institute. Nikki holds a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management from Mount Olive University in Mount Olive, North Carolina and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management from Saint Leo University in Saint Leo, Florida. She obtained her (CPC®) Certified Professional Coder certification, (COC®) Certified Outpatient Coder certification, (CPMA®) Certified Professional Medical Auditor certification through AAPC. She maintains her coding knowledge through education, attending conferences, seminars, and reading coding periodicals and journals.

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