Fat Albert's Hernia
When listening to stories or watching shows, we often wonder what the code may be for various injuries and situations. This session is a coder’s twist on comedian Bill Cosby's story about Fat Albert's hernia. We'll see how we can increase our coding knowledge even with things we encounter outside of the workplace.
You Will Learn:
- ICD-9, ICD-10, and CPT® application of various hernias
- To identify the scope of research
- Resources for additional research
- How to make your research useful in future situations
CEU approved for all CPCs, CPC-Hs, CPC-Ps and the following specialties: CASCC, CGSC, CPMA, CPEDC, and CPRC.
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About The Presenter
Melissa Brown, CPC, CPC-I, CFPC
Melissa has 20 years of experience in the health care industry. Her passion for researching complex coding queries and difficult reimbursement issues across diverse specialties makes her a valued resource for students and business partners. Melissa's areas of expertise also include fee analysis, budgeting, and Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS). In addition to coding related topics, Melissa enjoys presenting on teamwork and communication skills. Toastmasters International has awarded her its highest honor, Distinguished Toastmaster. Her communication skills make her a sought-after speaker at seminars and conventions. Melissa served as co-director for the annual “Coding on the River” convention in Jacksonville, Florida for several years and served on the AAPCCA Board of Directors from 2009-2012. She enjoys helping others earn their coding credentials and watching them flourish in their chosen professions.
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