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HT075 - Mental Health Billing and ICD-10
Podcast transcript available by clicking here.
Description: Barbara Carter brings more than a decade experience as a mental health biller. In this podcast, Barbara explains how a biller can provide support to help a counseling practice thrive. She explains how a counselor can interview a biller and why counselors need to verify insurance coverage and benefits before the first appointment. Barbara also gives some helpful tips to prepare for the transition to DSM-5 / ICD-10-CM. Have you saved some money for the October 1st 2015 implementation? Listen to this podcast and see why you might want to look at your budget now!
Presenter: Barbara Carter is the owner of CMH Billing, a small mental health claims and billing company in Texas, offering on a personal touch to help counselors in private practice. Barbara earned an Associate of Applied Science in Commercial Art and worked as a commercial artist. In 1993, Barbara joined a thriving non-profit counseling practice in Irving, Texas, where she worked as a receptionist and then office manager. In 2005, Barbara started her own billing and claims specialty firm which offers services to support professional counselors in private practice. Barbara has more than a decade experience helping professional counselors with mental health billing, claim processing, credentialing, and “follow up” services.
Listening to this podcast will help you:
1. Summarize the basic tenets of the Mental Health Billing and ICD-10 podcast
2. Discuss mental health billing, credentialing, the claim process, and additional services
3. Provide helpful tips to prepare and assist in the transition to the new ICD-10 codes/DSM-5
Running time: 50 minutes