Take your first step toward a successful career in medical coding with in-depth coverage from the most trusted name in coding education! Carol J. Buckas Step-by-Step Medical Coding, 2014 Edition is a practical, easy-to-use resource that shows you exactly how to code using all current coding systems. Explanations of coding concepts are followed by practice exercises to reinforce your understanding. In addition to coverage of reimbursement, ICD-9-CM, CPT, HCPCS, and inpatient coding, this edition provides complete coverage of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis coding system in preparation for the upcoming ICD-10 transition. No other text on the market so thoroughly covers all coding sets in one source! Over 500 illustrations of medical procedures and conditions help you understand the services being coded. Real-life coding reports simulate the reports you will encounter as a coder and help you apply coding principles to actual cases. Complete coverage of ICD-10-CM prepares you for the upcoming transition to ICD-10. Dual coding addresses the transition to ICD-10 by providing coding answers in both ICD-9 and ICD-10. Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting boxes allow you to read the official wording for inpatient and outpatient coding alongside in-text explanations. From the Trenches, Coding Shots, Stop!, Caution!, Check This Out!, and CMS Rules boxes offer valuable, up-to-date tips and advice for working in todayas medical coding field. Exercises, Quick Checks, and Toolbox features reinforce coding rules and concepts, and emphasize key information. Four coding question variations develop your coding ability and critical thinking skills. Coderas Index makes it easy to quickly locate specific codes. Updated content includes the latest coding information available, promoting accurate coding and success on the job. New appendix with sample Electronic Health Record (EHR) screenshots provides examples similar to the EHRs you will encounter in the workplace.... the injection with 38792 or 38900 if the surgeon who is performing the surgical procedure also provided the injection procedure intraoperatively. This code is reported only once for the injection of the dye regardless of the number of injections made around the lesion. ... Using the CPT, ICD-10-CM and/or ICD-9- CM manuals, code the following: 1 Excision of an axillary cystic hygroma, which the patientanbsp;...
|Title||:||Step-by-Step Medical Coding, 2014 Edition|
|Author||:||Carol J. Buck|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2014-03-14|