McVey Associates, Inc. is unique in healthcare as we employ experienced billing and coding people, who are now independent consultants. They present subjects from their own experience and perspective rather than "canned" material. Most of our presenters have been with us for 5 to 18 years. As such, our seminars are up-to-date and above the competition in the content and quality of material presented. All seminars include the most current ICD-9 (and an introduction to ICD-10), HCPCS and CPT coding instruction. Please browse our website and feel free to call with any questions.
McVey Associates, Inc. has been providing health
care business education for over 27 years. Currently, we are producing
over 300 one-day seminars in 50 cities, on-site training/consultations
throughout the United States, and specialty teleconference training.
We primarily provide information on insurance coding, billing and
reimbursement by medical specialty. Ancillary products produced and
sold include recordings of the live seminars, reference books, and a Code
Fax service for people wanting specific questions answered.
There are currently 8 highly-qualified
consultants who provide the bulk of the informational services. You
can review their short bios here.
Seventy-two percent (72%)
of our attendees are from previous customer offices. We feel this
speaks well of the on-going informational service provided over the
past 27 years.
About our quality
Twenty-seven+ years of experience
concludes there is no one authority on accurate and correct coding
of medical services. Don't be inaccurate, don't over-bill, follow
bundling guidelines for all the various insurers, and if the doctors
did not document the service, it was not performed! Ideal instruction,
but how can one know they are correct when they are being audited
by a "higher authority like CMS?" The "real world"
has no absolute answer. As in any "legal" question or financial
challenge, one must defend, challenge and protect.
McVey Associates, Inc. Seminar Leaders give the most accurate
information at any given time, from their experience, and in line
with governmental and private carrier norms. When that information
is utilized by a staff member in a doctor's office, it necessarily
remains a "business risk decision" by the doctor. A clerical
mistake could be made, a misplaced use of a coding suggestion in an
inappropriate situation, a carrier's staff may disagree, or a governmental
agency might challenge the "intent" with resulting penalties.
This is necessarily part of the healthcare business in this country.
We feel strongly that there
are few doctor advocates for rightful reimbursement in this nation.
As one of those few advocates, we invite your participation. Our positive
results are proven over 27 years and 54,000 graduate offices. We remain
committed to rightful and best reimbursement outcomes for physicians.
Terry L. McVey