Covid-19 Billing and Coding

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Covid-19 Billing and Coding

PARA has a simple message for hospitals: Any challenge you have for the revenue cycle, we can meet. That’s a bold statement, considering how many challenges hospitals face: price transparency compliance, claim denials, coding errors, and pricing strategy to name a few.

That’s why Solvent Networks has recruited PARA, a leading health financial analytics and solutions company, to join our network of endorsed partners. PARA offers extensive experience and proven resources that can bring significant improvement to the bottom line. As account manager Sandra LaPlace says, “Our goal is to be your single-source revenue solution.”

The company serves more than 350 hospitals and health systems nationwide in partnership with state hospital associations, GPOs, regional affiliates and rural health collaboratives. Their consultants have an average of 21 years of experience, bringing a wealth of knowledge to the partnerships.

Join us on Thursday, April 28 at 12:00pm as PARA provides coding and billing guidance related to Covid-19. We will address audience questions submitted before the meeting here and focus on areas of concern related to medical record documentation and inpatient and outpatient claims associated with Covid-19.


  • Discuss ICD-10 CM Official Coding Guidelines for Covid-19
  • Learn about upcoming April 2022 ICD-10 codes for reporting Covid-19 vaccine status and administering therapeutics
  • Review how to bill and code Covid-19 vaccines and monoclonal antibody therapy
  • Examine Condition codes and Modifiers related to the Public Health Emergency and Covid-19
  • Provide tools and regulations to guide that will assist in billing and coding


Melissa Lehrer, CCS, CPC, ROCC, CCVTC, CIRCC, AHIMA Approved Trainer
Director of Health Information Management
Nikki Graves, MBA, CHFP
Senior Revenue Cycle Consultant

CFOs, billers, coders, revenue cycle, physician practice managers

As a division of the South Carolina Hospital Association, we understand the hospital business. Our ready-to-deploy solutions for your workforce, financial, operational and compliance needs can save money on your bottom line – or generate revenue that you can re-invest in improving healthcare for the people of South Carolina.  For more information, visit Solvent Networks, follow us on Linked In or watch HERE.  Access your network today.

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