CPT codes are the lifeblood of appropriate insurance billing procedures. Yet, they can be confusing at times when to bill for appropriate therapy and psychological testing encounters. This training will go over the basics of CPT coding for mental health professionals across individual therapy, group therapy, couples therapy, psychological testing, and family sessions. Each type of therapeutic encounter requires a specific CPT code in order to be reimbursed and coding incorrectly results in the insurance panels not paying for services rendered. Additional emphasis will be placed upon creating superbills for patients opting to not use insurance to ensure they will be reimbursed as well. Participants will also get a superbill template to use at the end of the webinar for personal use.
Dr. Anthony Bean is a Licensed Clinical Depth Psychologist, video game researcher, and the Executive Director at The Telos Project, a thriving nonprofit mental health clinic in Fort Worth, Texas which focuses on video gamers and their families. He has been consulted as an expert for CNN, Inverse, Polygon, and internationally for Gehirn & Geist, while also appearing on Radio, Podcasts, and being a sought after Keynote Speaker and conference speaker in the United States, Canada, and Russia. He holds a Doctorate in Philosophy in Clinical Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and specialize in the therapeutic implications of video games and gaming, working with children and adolescents, and the use of video game character identification as a therapeutic technique. He has also authored multiple academic articles, book chapters, and the two books Working with Video Gamers and Games in Therapy: A Clinician’s Guide (Routledge, 2018) and The Psychology of Zelda: Linking Our World to the Legend of Zelda Series (Ben Bella, 2019) while being active on twitter (@VideoGameDoc).
CPT Codes and Billing: The Basics for Ethical Practice Video
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