Medical Insurance: A Revenue Cycle Process Approach8th Edition
Part 1 WORKING WITH MEDICAL INSURANCE AND BILLING
Chapter 1-Introduction to the Medical Billing Cycle
Chapter 2- Electronic Health Records, HIPAA, and HITECH: Sharing and Protecting Patients' Health Information
Chapter 3-Patient Encounters and Billing Information
Part 2 CLAIM CODING
Chapter 4- Diagnostic Coding: Introduction to ICD-10-CM
Chapter 5- Procedural Coding: CPT and HCPCS
Chapter 6-Visit Charges and Compliant Billing
Part 3 CLAIMS
Chapter 7-Health Care Claim Preparation and Transmission
Chapter 8-Private Payers/BlueCross BlueShield
Chapter 11- TRICARE and CHAMPVA
Chapter 12-Workers' Compensation and Disability/Automotive Insurance
Part 4 CLAIM FOLLOW-UP AND PAYMENT PROCESSING
Chapter 13-Payments (RAs), Appeals, and Secondary Claims
Chapter 14-Patient Billing and Collections
Chapter 15- Primary Case Studies
Chapter 16-RA/Secondary Case Studies
Part 5 HOSPITAL SERVICES
Chapter 17-Hospital Billing and Reimbursement
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