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Principles of CPT® Coding, ninth edition, is a best-selling resource that provides education on CPT® billing and guidelines.
It offers valuable training on how to code correctly with CPT.
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Principles of ICD-10-CM Coding provides the tools needed for providers and payers to accurately and effectively use the ICD-10-CM code set.
It clarifies the new diagnosis codes in detail to assist in making correct ICD-10-CM coding choices. Examples of real-life chart notes are included..
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Policies and Procedures for a Successful Medical Practice provides standards and tools for the medical practice.
This manual contains customizable policies and procedures for the day-to-day administration and growth of both new and existing medical practices.
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Risk adjustment practices consider chronic diseases as predictors of future healthcare needs and expenses. Detailed documentation and compliant diagnosis coding are critical for proper risk adjustment.
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New topics include EHRs, ICD-10 coding, health information management and other issues essential for maintaining compliance.
Learn critical auditing fundamentals, read dozens of case studies, use the checkpoint exercises to test your knowledge, and download actual audit forms to help improve your process.
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Selling, Closing, and Valuing the Medical Practice is a comprehensive resource that helps readers understand and formulate medical practice disengagement strategies. Professionals will learn medical practice selling procedures in preparation for selling or closing a medical practice including appraising the value of a practice.
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An invaluable resource for CPT surgical coding with integrated anatomical instructions and illustrations!
No other book brings anatomic and coding concepts together with the same degree of completeness and educational value.
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AMA Guides® to Navigating Disability Benefit Systems is an introduction to the basic principles and practices that lead to the best outcomes for patients at early stages of an encounter with worklessness. Written for front-line health care professionals who do not have specialized training in evaluating patients with respect to work capacity, this book will help navigate unfamiliar disability systems with greater ease.
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Financial Management of the Medical Practice helps professionals succeed with the planning for, and financial management of, a medical practice.
It details financial models, identifies current financial methods and examines successful business strategies to enable administrators to gain greater control of financial performance.