Medical Coding Workbook for Physician Practices and Facilities: ICD-10 EDITION, 1st Edition
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Master the coding skills needed to pass coding certification exams with this precise and tightly focused workbook that provides practice, tips, and reinforcement in code selection and linkage. Building on the success of previous editions, Medical Coding Workbook for Physician Practices and Facilities: ICD-10 Edition focuses on the transition to ICD-10-CM in an expanded Part 1, which includes a basic introduction to ICD-10 concepts and terminology. Gauge students’ coding proficiency with ease. Enhance any medical coding or medical insurance textbook with this highly praised solution! To learn more, visit http://www.mhhe.com/codingwkbkICD10.
Part 1 ICD-10-CM
Part 2 CPT and HCPCS
Part 3 Auditing Linkage and Compliance
Appendix A ICD-10-CM Guidelines for Coding and Reporting Outpatient Services
Appendix B CPT Modifiers: Description and Common use in Main Text Sections
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