ICD-10 Tops AAPC Newsroom in March
ICD-10 dominated the AAPC newsroom in March, with four of the 10 most viewed stories relating to ICD-10 legislation and coding. The trend may continue through April, as ICD-10 goes before the senate creating further interest on the topic. Below are the most viewed AAPC newsroom stories in March, beginning with the most viewed.
1- SGR Repeal Plan Passes the House – ICD-10 Excluded
2- ICD-10 Coding Snapshot
3- Colonoscopy: Screening or Surveillance?
4- Sepsis Sets Off Coding Bias Alarm
5- ICD-10-CM Coding Tips: Signs and Symptoms
6- Five Simple Strategies for ICD-10
7- Modifiers Tell the Full Story of an Advanced Beneficiary Notice
8- Open Mouth, Insert Foot: Partial Foot and Toe Amputations
9- E/M Benchmarking Can Lower Your Audit Risk
10- Fine Details Are Critical in Fracture Coding
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