Connect Online Access for Medical Coding Certification Exam Preparation2nd Edition
Unit One: Fundamental Coding Guidelines
Chapter One: The Certified Professional Coder
Chapter Two: Foundations of ICD-10-CM
Chapter Three: ICD Chapter-Specific Guidelines
Chapter Four: Foundations of CPT
Unit 1 Exam
Unit Two: Coding for Evaluation and Management (E/M), Anesthesia, and Surgery Section
Chapter Five: Evaluation and Management
Chapter Six: Anesthesia
Chapter Seven: Surgery Section
Unit 2 Exam
Unit Three: Coding for Surgical Procedures on Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory, and Cardiovascular/Lymphatic Systems
Chapter Eight: Surgery Section: Integumentary System
Chapter Nine: Surgery Section: Musculoskeletal System
Chapter Ten: Surgery Section: Respiratory System
Chapter Eleven: Surgery Section: Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems
Unit 3 Exam
Unit Four: Coding for Surgical Procedures on Digestive, Urinary, Male and Female Reproductive Systems, Maternity Care, Nervous System, and Eyes, Ears, and Endocrine System
Chapter Twelve: Surgery Section: Digestive System
Chapter Thirteen: Surgery Section: Urinary System and Male Reproductive System
Chapter Fourteen: Surgery Section: Female Reproductive System and Maternity Care and Delivery
Chapter Fifteen: Surgery Section: Nervous System
Chapter Sixteen: Surgery Section: Eyes, Ears, and Endocrine System
Unit 4 Exam
Unit Five: Coding for Radiology, Pathology/Laboratory, General Medicine, HCPCS Category II and III, and Practice Management
Chapter Seventeen : Radiology
Chapter Eighteen: Pathology/Laboratory
Chapter Nineteen: Medicine
Chapter Twenty: HCPCS Level II: Category II and Category III Codes
Chapter Twenty- One: Practice Management
Unit 5 Exam
Appendix A: Final Exam: ICD-10-CM
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