McGraw-Hill Medical Coding: An Introduction

McGraw-Hill Medical Coding: An Introduction presents the foundation students need to become proficient outpatient and inpatient coders. Balancing diagnostic (ICD-9-CM) and procedural (CPT/HCPCS) coding, the initial text in this 3-book series teaches the principles of correct coding by focusing on the HIPAA-required codes and guidelines. The most relevant diseases and procedures—those that make up the bulk of coders’ work on the job—provide the base for coding applications and exercises, so that student become familiar with common coding scenarios. Text features such as pathophysiology refreshers, reimbursement reviews, and Internet activities also build knowledge of the context of coding.

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