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Coding With Modifers: A Guide to Correct Cpt And Hcpcs Level II Modifier Usage (Paperback)
By Deborah J. Grider

Don't forget about the modifier. Missing or incorrect usage of modifiers is the most common reason that claims are rejected by payors. Leave off a modifier, or put in the wrong one, and your claim may be denied or paid the wrong amount.

Coding with Modifiers: A Guide to Correct CPT and HCPCS Level II Modifier Usage provides step-by-step guidance for the proper use of CPT and HCPCS modifiers. Also included are specific requirements for modifier usage in both professional service and hospital reporting.

The Next Step: Advanced Medical Coding: A Worktext
By Carol J. Buck

This book focuses on medical coding services such as medical visits, diagnostic testing and interpretation, treatments, surgeries, and anesthesia. This text picks up where Step-by-Step Medical Coding leaves off by reviewing more advanced coding concepts with the same step-by-step method. It simulates the professional coding experience, providing a more in-depth understanding of physician-based medical coding to enhance critical thinking and help readers pull the right information from documents, select the right codes, and determine the correct sequencing of those codes.

Principles Of ICD-9-CM Coding (Principles of Icd 9 Cm Coding) (Spiral-bound)
By Deborah J. Grider

Revised with updated coding information and a CD-ROM to aid instructors, Principles of ICD-9-CM, Third Edition offers a comprehensive review of the entire range of ICD-9-CM codes. From an introduction to the content, format and coding process, to an in-depth analysis for identifying and locating the most appropriate codes, Principles teaches users to code with confidence. An indispensable resource for coders at all levels of experience.

Medical Record Chart Analyzer: Documentation Rules and Rationales With Exercises (Billing and Compliance) (Paperback)
by Deborah J. Grider

Medical Record Chart Analyzer includes medical record documentation with a systematic guide to the medical record review process for the physician's or outpatient office. Highlights include, learning objectives at the beginning of most chapters, medical chart review and coding tips, application exercises and a final examination to test documentation and auditing skills. This book will prepare the reader to accomplish the following objectives:
  • Understand the specifics about medical record chart requirements and the review process
  • Review formatting and documentation of chart notes
  • Learn to quickly analyze and summarize results for reporting and education

MP: Medical Insurance with Data Disk (Paperback)
By Joanne Valerius, Nenna L Bayes, Cynthia Newby

Designed for the one-semester medical insurance course, Medical Insurance provides clear, focused, and authoritative instruction on medical insurance and reimbursement, with an emphasis on electronic processing. All types of medical insurance are covered, and examples in the text represent a realistic mix of managed care and fee-based plans. The program teaches basic medical coding and coding compliance, because this knowledge is essential for ensuring maximum appropriate reimbursement for reported healthcare services. A new chapter on HIPAA features the rules on transactions and code with detailed coverage of claim transmission and remittance advice.

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