2017: Ethics in QEEG and Neuromodulation

This workshop is vital to practitioners of neurofeedback and qEEG who are thinking about, intending to, or currently billing insurance. It will help breakdown many of the concerns and difficulties faced by those who attempt to bill insurance and teach them how to overcome coding, billing, and reimbursement barriers.

Learning Objectives:
Based upon the content of this presentation attendees will be able to:

• Identify appropriate CPT codes for qEEG and Neurofeedback.
• Locate and identify scope of practice for their profession in their state.
• Understand the different ways to bill insurance and considerations for deciding which way(s) to bill insurance.
• How and when to conduct an appeal after a denial and understand the importance of mental health parity.

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$20.00

This workshop is vital to practitioners of neurofeedback and qEEG who are thinking about, intending to, or currently billing insurance. It will help breakdown many of the concerns and difficulties faced by those who attempt to bill insurance and teach them how to overcome coding, billing, and reimbursement barriers.

Learning Objectives:
Based upon the content of this presentation attendees will be able to:

• Identify appropriate CPT codes for qEEG and Neurofeedback.
• Locate and identify scope of practice for their profession in their state.
• Understand the different ways to bill insurance and considerations for deciding which way(s) to bill insurance.
• How and when to conduct an appeal after a denial and understand the importance of mental health parity.

2017: Ethics in QEEG and Neuromodulation
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