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Coding Sequela to COVID-19: Part II

Coding Sequela to COVID-19: Part II

Update: 2020-10-13
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Once a frequent flyer with all the attendant privileges, senior healthcare consultant Deborah Grider was abruptly grounded when COVID-19 curtailed her coast-to-coast consulting.

She first reported on her sequela from the coronavirus infection, the disease that causes COVID-19, for Talk Ten Tuesdays listeners in July. Now, she will return to the long-running broadcast to report on several other conditions that have arisen. About one in six people who have survived COVID-19 are expected to have long-lasting complications, including some that are life-threatening.

The live broadcast will also feature these other segments:

  • Tuesday Focus: Shannon DeConda, founder of the National Alliance of Medical Auditing Specialists (NAMAS), will provide an update on the significant changes in the 2021 evaluation and management (E&M) guidelines.

  • Tuesday Special Report: Julia K. Brodt, PhD, an educator and former epidemiologist, will provide a layperson’s background on antibodies, which are fundamental in the quest for a much-anticipated COVID-19 vaccine.  

  • News Desk: Timothy Powell, compliance expert and ICD10monitor national correspondent, will anchor the Talk Ten Tuesdays News Desk.

  • The Coding Report: Laurie Johnson, senior healthcare consultant for Revenue Cycle Solutions, LLC, will report on the latest coding news.

  • TalkBack: Erica Remer, MD, founder and president of Erica Remer, MD, Inc. and Talk Ten Tuesdays co-host, will report on another thought-provoking topic that has captured her attention.
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Coding Sequela to COVID-19: Part II

Coding Sequela to COVID-19: Part II

Timothy Powell, CPA | Laurie M. Johnson | Julia K. Brodt, PhD | Deborah Grider | Shannon DeConda | Erica Remer, MD