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About Us

  • E/M coding trainer
    Dr. Levinson trained with AMA & HCFA in 1991 as a physician trainer for the new Evaluation & Management coding system. Since then, he has evolved the Intelligent Medical Record system, a practical methodology that maintains and enhances patient care while meeting and fulfilling E/M compliance requirements.
  • Medicare committees
    Connecticut State Medical Society Medicare Committee for 15yrs
    Connecticut Carrier Advisory Committee for 8yrs

  • Committees of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
    • Quality Improvement Committee
    • Carrier Relations Committee
    • Reimbursement Task Force

  • Managed Care Insights
    Dr. Levinson was a national director of Otolaryngology. Director for a Third Party Administrator company contracted by insurers to "manage care" from 1996-2000. His impression is that "this was the only company (I know of) in the country that was actually managing care and not profits."

  • National Class Action Lawsuits
    Dr. Levinson is a consultant on coding and documentation in the national class action lawsuits against health insurers

  • Medical Practice
    Dr. Levinson was a member of a group private practice for 26 years, from 1976 through 2002







 

 

 

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E/M coding Trainer

Medicare committees

AAO-HNS

Director for company attempting to "manage care"

Class Action suits

Medical Practice


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• Compliance

Efficiency

• Reimbursement

• Audit Proof

• "Sleepability"



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What is the fundamental structure of an IMR?

What have been the results of Medicare and insurer audits of ASA’s IMRs?

What are the benefits of IMRs for patients?



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Using check boxes, your patients complete all elements of the past medical history, family history, and social history, plus a complete review of symptoms

This results is a time savings to physicians of approximately 10 minutes per patient.



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