Date of event
Continuing Education Credits
Public Policy Committee
Erika Miller, JD, Senior Vice President and Counsel
On January 1, 2021, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will be implementing significant changes to the outpatient evaluation and management (E/M) codes (CPT® codes 99202-99215) for new and established patients. The agency revised both the documentation requirements and values. Practices, physicians, and staff must understand these modifications to ensure a successful transition next year.
To help prepare, AASLD is holding a webinar to explain these changes, including how to correctly bill and document the revised code set, on December 15 at 3:00 pm ET. Join to learn more about what these changes mean for you and your practice to be prepared on January 1.
Erika Miller, JD
Erika Miller, JD, Senior Vice President and Counsel, has 17 years of experience in government relations and has broad experience in Medicare reimbursement policies and appropriations working largely with non- profit organizations ranging from medical specialty societies, coalitions, and patient advocacy organizations. Erika has expertise in the intricacies of Medicare coding and reimbursement and provides guidance to clients as they navigate the evolving area of health care payment and quality. Erika is a co-author of a chapter entitled, “Lobbying the Appropriations Process” in the American Bar Association Lobbying Manual.
A New Jersey native, Erika worked in the office of Congressman Steve Rothman of New Jersey where she handled immigration issues. Erika also worked in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health, where she monitored grant awards. Prior to joining CRD Associates in 2005, Erika worked at the lobbying firm of Broydrick & Associates representing health care interests. She served as co-chair of the Women in Government Relations Health & Social Polices Task Force and is member of the group Women Business Leaders in Health Care. Erika received her law degree from The American University, where she was an editor of the Administrative Law Review. She earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Colgate University.