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Online E/M Coding Courses for CME Credit

On-demand E/M coding education


Web Based E/M Coding Courses

Peter R. Jensen MD, CPC

Our E/M coding and documentation courses are designed and narrated by Peter R. Jensen, MD, CPC, founder of E/M University. Dr. Jensen is a practicing physician as well as a certified professional coder. He speaks nationally to physicians and coders about accurate and ethical E/M coding and documentation and has published several articles on this subject.

The online courses listed below teach doctors and coders the same purpose-driven approach used by Dr. Jensen during E/M coding workshops accross the country.

Learn how to apply the E/M guidelines to ensure compliance, eliminate undercoding and save time by streamlining the documentation process.

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The Basic E/M Coding Curriculum

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The Complete E/M Coding Curriculum

Get access to all of our web-based E/M coding courses

The Hospitalist E/M Coding Curriculum

E/M coding courses designed specifically for hospitalists

The Outpatient E/M Coding Curriculum

E/M coding courses for outpatient encounters

The Coder Curriculum
21.5 AAPC CEUs for $99

This option is designed specifically for coding professionals

The Psychiatry E/M
Coding Curriculum

E/M coding courses built for psychiatrists

The ER E/M Coding Curriculum

E/M coding courses for emergency department physicians

The Nephrology E/M
Coding Curriculum

E/M coding courses for designed for nephrologists

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The E/M University Video Tutorials

 
The Basic Course
 
Rational Physician Coding for E/M Services
 
Rational Physician Coding for Hospitalist E/M Services
Basic   RPC   Hospitalist
Basic Course Preview
 
Hospitalist Preview
 
H&P Preview
This course teaches you everything you need to know about the 1995 and 1997 E/M guidelines. Learn how to document the history and physical exam and how to quanitfy your medical decision-making. You are probably over-documenting!   Learn how to select the "correct" level of care for every encounter based on the cognitive labor provided. Then perform and document the history and exam in a purpose-driven manner to ensure compliance.   This is the version of the "Rational Physician Coding" course designed for hospitalists. See how to quantify your cognitive labor and perform and document the most common hospitalist encounters as efficiently as possible.
 
Established Office Patients
 
New Office Patients
 
Admission H&Ps
Established Office Patients   New Office Patients   HandP
Progress Notes Preview
 
Consult Course Preview
 
Critical Care Course Preview
These are the most common patient encounters on the planet, so it's important to code correctly for these visits. Knowing the difference between a level 3 and level 4 established office patient can make a huge difference in your remibursement and income.   Now that the consult codes have been eliminated for Medicare patients, the new office patient visit has become the most common outpatient initial encounter. Learn exactly what needs to be documented for each level of care for these visits. All levels of care are discussed.   Step-by-step, learn how to perform and document the key components correctly for all three levels of care for admission H&Ps. You will also see how to avoid the most common catastrophic documentation errors for these visits.
 
Hospital Progress Notes
 
E/M Consult Services
 
Observation Care Services
Progress   Consult   Obs
ER Preview
 
Faculty Course Preview
 
Observation Course Preview
These are the most common hospital encounters. Most doctors over-document and under-code for these services. This course will show you how to avoid this trap and save time while increasing reimbursement.   Although Medicare no longer pays for consult services, some private payers still do. But beware. Auditors love to downcode these visits when doctors don't include the exact right terminology. Learn to get it right.   The observation rules have recently been changed. Did you know there is a whole new set of codes for observation "progress notes?" See when to use the observation codes and how to complete the documentation correctly.
 
Critical Care and Other Timed Services
 
Emergency Department E/M Services
 
The Faculty Course
Critical Care   ER Visits   Faculty Course
ER Preview   ER Preview   ER Preview
What is critical care? What needs to be documented? What is needed for prolonged services? Using real-life examples, you will get the answers to these questions and more from this course.   You spend a lot of time in the ER so you might as well get paid for it. Emergency room visits are not just for ER docs any more! Hospitalists now have to use these codes when performing "consults" on patients in the ER.   The rules are a little different for documenting E/M services while working with medical students, interns and residents. Learn how house staff can help you complete the documentation for academic E/M services.
 
   
The Resident E/M Coding Course
   
    The Resident Course    
    ER Preview    
    Most academic programs provide little if any E/M coding education which leaves residents at a disadvantage when they get out in to the real world. This course teaches efficient E/M coding and documentation from the house-staff point of view.