Resources : STD Billing
Some members of the National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers offer online training. Academic credits may be offered for some of these courses. Please see the individual Training Centers for more information.
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Building Sustainability for HIV, STD and Related Services: A Coding Guide for Programs and Providers [more info]
This guide, created by Cardea in April 2015, is designed to be a resource for programs providing HIV, STD and related services and to assist in the transition from ICD‐9 to ICD‐10 coding. It includes basic information about HIV and STD screening and testing, an overview of coding guidelines, and common ICD‐9, ICD‐10, and CPT […]
In November of 2014 the National Coalition of STD Directors released a factsheet titled “Third-Party Billing and Revenue Generation: New Opportunities for STD and HIV Programs.” It discusses how third-party billing may help STD and HIV programs complement existing funding to support their budgets, but some regulations and statutes can make engaging in billing insurance and […]
The Insurance Billing for Sensitive Health Services: Statutory and Regulatory Analysis using LawAtlas [more info]
Health care facilities providing sensitive health services for free are an essential part of the American healthcare system.1 Such facilities treat individuals with limited means of payment and those suffering from illnesses that can be associated with stigma, such as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The effective prevention and control of STDs requires an understanding of […]