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Here are a few highlights of what to expect at this year’s meeting.

Spine

President’s Symposium

This special symposium will bring together leaders in spine, including representatives from key federal agencies, to help spine professionals understand strategic goals and programs that can better serve our research needs, improve our reimbursement systems and improve outcomes for spine patients. The President’s Symposium will take place on Thursday, September 26 as part of the Presidential Assembly from 10am-12pm.

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Surgical Stadium

Returning this year, is the popular Surgical Stadium in the exhibit hall, where leading spine surgeons will demonstrate the latest techniques and technology as well as provide live Q&A with attendees. The specially designed stadium provides exceptional viewing from all seating areas and close-up views of procedures projected on a big screen. The live demos will benefit both new and experienced physicians. And industry partners will showcase the latest innovations in spine. Experience the Surgical Stadium, happening daily at NASS 2024.

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Coding Update

Held prior to NASS 2024, Coding Update is a highly interactive course, presented by physician faculty who lead NASS’ CPT and RUC efforts. The course will address E&M coding and CPT coding for spine surgical, medical and radiologic procedures. Attendees will leave this course with the necessary knowledge and critical tips on how to utilize new E&M codes and documentation guidelines, navigate through the authorization and denial process, identify nuances that affect proper billing and cause rejected/delayed claims, utilize Medicare NCCI edits, and properly document to receive reimbursement. Coding Update will be held on Monday, September 23 and Tuesday, September 24 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Come for the course, stay for the Annual Meeting.

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