Employing proper and accurate medical coding is important to your bottom line. Undercoding can lead to earned revenue lost; overcode, and you risk fines. Whether it's ICD codes, CPT codes or coding compliance, AGA provides resources to help your practice remain compliant and financially sound.
CPT Coding Resources
2016 Coding Updates Manual
Learn about changes to CPT coding in 2016 for GI, including a new Category I code for partial or complete esophagogastric fundoplasty, corrections to the AMA Colonoscopy Decision Tree, and a comprehensive Q&A.
2016 gi endoscopy coding
This member-only resource provides an overview of important principles and guidelines and charts all the codes you need to know at a glance. Designed specifically for the busy GI practice. Login to gastro.org is required.
FMT Coding Guidance
AGA is committed to providing practical guidance to GIs using fecal microbiota transplant (FMT) to treat patients. Follow these guidelines to properly code and bill private payors and Medicare for the procedure.
icd-10 Resource center
AGA collaborates with leading organizations to provide you with various resources to help ensure your smooth transition to ICD-10.
Still have questions?
Get answers to your coding and billing questions from American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) certified GI coding and billing specialists.
As of Dec. 15, 2016, members pay $25 per question. Nonmembers pay $50 per question. Payment is required at the time of request.
Two-Day, In-Depth Coding and Billing Seminar (Las Vegas)
Oct. 11, 2017
Gastroenterology Quarterly Update: October 2017
Oct. 4, 2017
Two-Day, In-Depth Coding and Billing Seminar (Atlanta)
Sept. 13, 2017
Updates to the AGA Coding & Billing Corner
Dec. 13, 2016