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Let's Code It! 2024-2025 Code Edition
Let's Code It! 2024-2025 Code Edition

Let's Code It! 2024-2025 Code Edition, 4th Edition

ISBN10: 1266561110 | ISBN13: 9781266561115
By Shelley Safian and Mary Johnson
© 2025

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Let’s Code It! offers a 360-degree learning experience for anyone interested in the field of medical coding, with strong guidance down the path to coding certification. It is designed to give your students the medical coding experience they need in order to pass their first medical coding certification exams, such as the CCS/CCS-P or CPC/COC. Let’s Code It! was developed with student success in mind: success in college, success taking the certification exam, and success in their future health care career!

PART I: Medical Coding Fundamentals
1 Introduction to the Languages of Coding
2 Abstracting Clinical Documentation
3 The Coding Process
4 Medical Coding Fundamentals Capstone
PART II: Reporting Diagnoses
5 Introduction to ICD-10-CM
6 Coding Infectious Diseases
7 Coding Neoplasms 147
8 Coding Conditions of the Blood and Immunological Systems
9 Coding Endocrine Conditions
10 Coding Mental, Behavioral, and Neurologic Disorders
11 Coding Dysfunction of the Optical and Auditory Systems
12 Coding Cardiovascular Conditions
13 Coding Respiratory Conditions
14 Coding Digestive System Conditions
15 Coding Integumentary Conditions
16 Coding Muscular and Skeletal Conditions
17 Coding Injury, Poisoning, and External Causes
18 Coding Genitourinary, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Congenital, and Pediatrics Conditions
19 Factors Influencing Health Status (Z Codes)
20 Inpatient (Hospital) Diagnosis Coding
21 Diagnostic Coding Capstone
PART III: Reporting Physician Services and Outpatient Procedures
22 Introduction to CPT
23 CPT and HCPCS Level II Modifiers
24 CPT Evaluation and Management Coding
25 CPT Anesthesia Section
26 CPT Surgery Section
27 CPT Radiology Section
28 Reporting Physician Services and Outpatient Procedures
29 CPT Medicine Section
30 Physicians’ Services Capstone
PART IV: Dmepos Transportation
31 HCPCS Level II
32 DMEPOS and Transportation Capstone
PART V: Inpatient (Hospital) Reporting
33 Introduction to ICD-10-PCS
34 ICD-10-PCS Medical and Surgical Section
35 Obstetrics Section
36 Placement through Chiropractic Sections
37 Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, and Radiation Therapy Sections
38 Physical Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Audiology through New Technology Sections
39 Inpatient Coding Capstone
PART VI: Reimbursement, Legal, and Ethical Issues
40 Reimbursement
41 Introduction to Health Care Law and Ethics
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About the Author

Shelley Safian

Dr. Shelley C. Safian has been teaching Health Care Administration, Health Information Management, and Medical Billing and Coding, both onsite and online, for more than 15 years. Safian writes a monthly Q&A column for the online publication Just Coding and writes several articles each year on various aspects of coding. In addition, she is the author of six textbooks. Her newest book, Foundations of Health Care Administration, was released January 2014. Safian is in her fourth year as the chair of the continuing education committee for FHIMA (Florida Health Information Management Association). In the past, she has served on several committees and practice councils on the national, state, and local levels of the American Health Information Management Association. She is a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS-P), a Certified Professional Coder (CPC-H, CPC-I), and an ICD-10-CM/PCS trainer.

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson is currently the Medical Record Coding Program Director at Central Carolina Technical College, Sumter, South Carolina. Her background includes corporate training as well as on-campus and online platforms. Johnson also designs and implements customized coding curricula. Johnson received her Bachelor of Arts dual degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Columbia College, Columbia, South Carolina. Johnson is a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) credentialed through the American Academy of Professional Coders and is ICD-10-CM proficient.


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