KevinMD January 14, 2022
James Maskell

In my previous article, we covered 5 proven ways to use 2021/2022 CPT coding changes to leverage your time, team, and outsourcing capabilities to grow your practice and improve patient outcomes.

In this article, we’ll dive into specific examples of 2021/2022 CPT coding changes that can help you expand your practice and billables in 2022 and beyond.

The first step: Get familiar with the 2021 coding changes

For a full list of 2021 CPT coding changes, see 2021 AMA Coding and Guideline Changes.

Here are some examples of CPT codes and categories to be familiar with for billing telemedicine, coaching, and group visits.

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