Let's Code It! 2019-2020 Code Edition2nd Edition
1—Introduction to the Languages of Coding
2—Abstracting Clinical Documentation
3—The Coding Process
PART 2: REPORTING DIAGNOSES
4 – Introduction to ICD-10-CM
5 - Coding Infectious Diseases
6 - Coding Neoplasms
7 – Coding Conditions of the Blood and Immunological Systems
8—Coding Endocrine Conditions
9 – Coding Mental, Behavioral, and Neurologic Conditions
10 – Coding Conditions of the Optical and Auditory Systems
11 – Coding Cardiovascular Conditions
12 - Coding Respiratory Conditions
13 – Coding Digestive Conditions
14 – Coding Integumentary Conditions
15—Coding Muscular and Skeletal Conditions
16 – Coding Injury, Poisoning, and External Causes
17 – Coding Genitourinary, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Congenital, and Pediatric Conditions
18 – Coding Factors Influencing Health Status (Z Codes)
19 – Inpatient (Hospital) Diagnosis Coding
20 - Diagnostic Coding Capstone
PART 3: REPORTING PHYSICIANS SERVICES AND OUTPATIENT
21 – Introduction to CPT
22 – CPT and HCPCS Level II Modifiers
23 - CPT Evaluation & Management Section
24 - CPT Anesthesia Section
25 - CPT Surgery Section
26 - CPT Radiology Section
27 - CPT Pathology & Lab Section
28 - CPT Medicine Section
29 – Physicians’ Services Capstone
PART 4: DMEPOS & TRANSPORTATION
30–HCPCS Level II
31 – HCPCS Level II Capstone
PART 5: INPATIENT (HOSPITAL) REPORTING
32 – Introduction to ICD-10-PCS
33—ICD-10-PCS Medical and Surgical Section (0)
35—Placement through Chiropractic Sections (2-9)
36—Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, and Radiation Therapies (B, C, D)
37—Physical Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Audiology through New Technology Sections (F-H)
38 – Inpatient Coding Capstone
PART 6: LEGAL, ETHICAL, AND REIMBURSEMENT ISSUES
39 – Reimbursement
40—Introduction to Healthcare Law & Ethics
Let’s Code It! is the comprehensive title in a series of four books. The other titles are:
Let’s Code It! ICD-10-CM: includes Parts 1, 2 and 6
Let’s Code It! ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS: includes Parts 1, 2, 5 and 6
Let’s Code It! Procedure: includes Parts 1 and 3-6
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