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Coding Course for Maternal-Fetal Medicine

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May 11-12, 2017

This is a great opportunity for physicians and administrative staff to acquire a better understanding of MFM coding. Correct coding results in quicker reimbursements, better rates for procedures, and increased income to the practice. Codes and coding procedures are continually updated so even if you have attended this course previously, you are encouraged to attend.

Physicians earn up to 10.75 hours of CME; coders and administrators earn up to 9.5 CEUs.  

Register for the Course (Discount of $100 Available Until May 4)

  • SMFM Members: Please click on the "Register Now" button below to register online or download the course brochure. Complete the registration form on the last page of the brochure and return as indicated with your payment.
  • Non-Members: You have two options. 1. Create a free account to register online or; 2. If you do not wish to create an account, please download the course brochure, complete the registration form on the last page, and return as indicated with your payment.

Book Lodging with our Preferred Hotel 

The Hotel Palomar in San Diego is our preferred property for this Course.  While the cut off date for the special group rate has passed and we can no longer guarantee availability, please identify your affiliation with the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine Spring Coding Course when you reserve your room.  Reservations can be made by phone (619-515-3088) or by clicking here . 

Read What Past Attendees Have Said
"I work at an academic institution that has a resident/faculty model for almost all patient encounters. It has allowed me to generate more revenue for my department which places me in a favorable standing with my chairman. But I have been the most impressed with the tools you all so effortlessly teach. Your course has ensured that providers are caring for patients. While the billing knowledge was fantastic, this course has allowed me to improve the quality of care that we provide to our patients. This has occurred because I was better able to explain billing reimbursement to our providers which led to them being more hands on with the residents in their daily patient encounters to ensure they captured their time but most importantly to give their time to capture. It has been a motivator for quality improvement and this was an unforeseen benefit." - Nathan Drever, MD

"In November, 2008 I was given the responsibility of managing our outpatient OB/GYN Clinic. Prior to my new position, this clinic had been losing revenue and was having a hard time staying afloat. As I started to evaluate this department I noticed things were falling through the cracks in terms of charges that were being denied due to improper coding. It had been over 20 years since I did any billing and I decided that I needed to find a coding course to brush up on my skills. In May, 2009 I enrolled in the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s Coding Course and had my eyes wide opened. I found there were codes for procedures that we should be using that I did not know we could bill for and get paid. Bringing back my new found knowledge, I set in motion the use of the correct codes for procedures and visits. Since taking my first coding course through SMFM in 2009 we brought our revenue up 70% with a variance of 143.4% for FY10." - Linda Heil Manager, Women’s Services Miller Children’s Hospital, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center 

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Event Overview

May 11, 2017 - May 12, 2017
San Diego, California, United States
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