Diffuse the Confusion in Coding Injections/Infusions

Webinar Details


Victoria M. Hernandez






All Days


60 Minutes


  • There are specific guidelines to strictly follow when capturing complex injection and infusion codes.  Many hospitals and clinic settings continue to struggle with these complex codes.  Even though the CPT code range for injections and infusions only comprises a very small fraction in comparison to the other sections of the CPT codebook, these codes continue to pose a challenge for coding professionals.  Failure to report the correct injection and infusion codes may negatively impact submitted claims, fail an external audit, or be at risk for non-compliance. 
  • Are intramuscular injections part of the hierarchy?  Can we report multiple initial services?  Is dehydration the only diagnosis required when reporting hydration services?  When do we apply a modifier when reporting hydration services?  Can we report an infusion if an IV push injection is documented for more than 15 minutes?  Can we report an IV push if a short-duration infusion is missing a stop time?
  • Join us in this informative educational webinar as we conquer these challenges and apply complete, compliant coding practices.  We will be practicing hands-on coding on various case scenarios as well as preparing for external audits involving these complex codes.  Whether you’re a new or seasoned coding professional, a student, a manager, or an educator, join us as we walk through the CPT hierarchy, the coding guidelines, and the documentation requirements.

Areas Covered

The goals and objectives of this webinar are:-

  • Appropriately report and code the “initial”, “subsequent” and “concurrent” services
  • Review best practices for complete documentation of injections and infusions
  • Know and identify supporting clinical documentation and medical necessity for services provided
  • Assign the correct codes involving hydration services and infusion of multiple drugs
  • Practice coding in sample injection and infusion case scenarios
  • Incorporate a robust audit plan and education


We will walk you through how to apply coding guidance on injections and infusions with supporting documentation

By attending this upcoming 60-minute online training, you will learn how to:-

  • Assign codes for hydration and infusion of multiple drugs accurately
  • Identify supporting documentation and medical necessity
  • Capture the “initial”, “subsequent” and “concurrent” services correctly
  • Apply coding tips and best practices for complete coding of injections and infusions
  • Practice coding injections and infusions in sample case scenarios
  • Incorporate a robust audit plan and education

Why Should You Attend

Coding for injection and infusion services may confuse even seasoned coding professionals. With the required coding hierarchy, the multiple interchangeable add-on codes, along with the units administered it’s a constant struggle for hospitals and clinics.

You don’t have to tackle these tricky codes on your own. By attending this upcoming online training, you may gain the tools that you need to assign your injection and infusion codes accurately.  

Who Should Attend

  • HIM Coding Supervisors, Managers, and Directors
  • Hospital Coding Staff
  • Clinical Documentation Improvement Management and Staff
  • Reimbursement Specialists
  • Coding Compliance Management and Staff
  • Auditors and Educators

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Victoria M. Hernandez
Victoria M. Hernandez


Victoria is a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), a Clinical Documentation Improvement Practitioner (CDIP), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS), a Certified Coding Specialist Physician-Based (CCS-P), and AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer with over 27 years of experience in the healthcare field.
In her professional role, Victoria is the Founder of a coding, auditing, and CDI company called Integrity Coding Solutions. Prior to starting her company, she was the Regional Director of Coding Audit and Education for a California-based integrated healthcare delivery system covering 21 facilities with 160+ coders and CDI staff. She specialized in providing the following: initial and ongoing coding and CDI education, specialty-specific training, department presentations, and one-on-one feedback to coding, CDI staff, physicians, local, regional and national leadership. Victoria is also an Adjunct Professor in coding at Bakersfield College and Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, California.
In her volunteer role, Victoria serves as Component State Association (CSA) HIM Awareness Coordinator for California Health Information Association (CHIA), President-Elect for Sacramento Valley Health Information Association (SVHIA), and served as AHIMA’s Alternate Delegate for California Health Information Association (CHIA) from 2016-2017.
Victoria is passionate about staying involved and working collaboratively with stakeholders in promoting high standards and integrity of HIM coding practice. She believes in the end that “quality data with integrity will promote and help achieve the best healthcare for all patients”.