AAPC Lowers Prices on Medical Coding Books, Again

SALT LAKE CITY— AAPC (www.aapc.com) announced its 2012 medical coding books pre-sale through June 30, and once again lowered prices from the previous year. Prices have been reduced more than 55 percent over competitive publishers.

“While the primary purpose of a price reduction was to benefit our more than 100,000 members, non-members of AAPC can still take advantage of the significant savings,” said Olga Starynskaya, coding books department manager of AAPC.

Medical coding books from AAPC are available individually or in bundles (for additional discounts). 2012 coding books include:

For further information on the 2012 medical coding books visit http://www.aapc.com/onlinestore/medical-coding-books/index.aspx

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4 Responses to “AAPC Lowers Prices on Medical Coding Books, Again”

  1. Lori Carroll says:

    Do you know if you are going to be able to ship the books on time? I have ordered in the past and did not get the books until after they were effective. Thanks.

  2. Theresa Sutherland says:

    I would like to take advantage of the low price, but my boss is concerned about the ICD-9 books being “outdated” by the ICD-10 books, thereby paying for a book that is “useless”. Your thoughts? Also, do you have any idea when AAPC will have an ICD-10 book for sale?

  3. Olga S says:

    Lori, we’re sorry you had a bad experience in the past. All our members receive ICD-9 books by October 1st and the rest of the books ship before January 1st.

    Theresa, the ICD-10 books are not going to be available for the next 2 years. The ICD-10 implementation due date is October 2013. Before this date the ICD-9-CM code set still needs to be used by medical coders and billers to report health care diagnoses and procedures. We sell ICD-10 draft code set books, but it can’t be used to submit claims yet. It will help you to prepare for the transition though.

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