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About the Course


Published: June 11, 2019


Presented by the IdHIMA Ed’Venture Series


Understand the need and the appropriate billing for patients with Fibroid Tumors. We will review both traditional, holistic, and surgical options for patients, and how those are to be coded and billed.

We will also review the impact Coding and Billing have on appropriate reimbursement for this particular diagnosis – Acknowledge the risk of billing with disregard to Medical Necessity and inappropriate coding, following procedural guidelines for specific 3rd party payers.

No webinar included. Slides and Quiz only.


Lori-Lynne is an independent coding, compliance, and auditing specialist. She has 20+ years of multi-specialty coding experience and teaches coding, compliance and auditing skills for clinical and clerical staff, utilizing AMA curriculum.

In addition to performing physician based coding and auditing services for St. Alphonsus Physician Services, she is a contributing author & Audio presenter for HCPro’s, a national speaker and presenter for “The Coding Institute, AHIMA and IdHIMA, plus contracts independent audit and education services for private practice physicians and facilities. She also has an informative blog for coding assistance that can be found at:

You can reach her via e-mail @ [email protected]

CEU Information

2.0 CEU – Clinical Foundations after you obtain a 70% quiz pass rate.

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Before June 30, 2019

  • IdHIMA/AHIMA Member: $15
  • Non-Members: $20

After June 30, 2019

  • IdHIMA/AHIMA Member: $20
    Non-Members: $20
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Access instructions to the recording will be provided within 2 business days following receipt of payment.

You will have 60 days to access the on demand course after payment has been received.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Online Educational Program – Audio Conferences, Webinars, and On Demand Sessions
The online educational programs are non-refundable.