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Speed Up Your Codify Code Search

Speed Up Your Codify Code Search

Set your search result preferences and know the fastest way to override them.

AAPC’s Codify allows you to set default preferences for your code search results. Choose “Details” if you want a code search to open a page dedicated to the searched code, or choose “Listing” to see the searched code in its range. Here’s how to make the most of this feature:

  • Set code search results to “Details” or “Listing:” On Codify’s top menu, select “My Codify/Set Search Settings.” Then select “Listing” or “Details” for each code set included in your Codify account. You also can choose “Listing” or “Details” for Index Search. Click the orange “Save Your Settings” button to lock in your preferences. You can return to the page at any time to change your settings.
  • Override “Details” setting: If your default setting for a code set is “Details,” but you want to see the range of codes as the result for a single search, enter the code in the Codify search box and add an asterisk (*) after the code. For instance, searching 99213* will take you directly to the “Listing” (range) page even if your default setting for CPT® is “Details.”
  • Override “Listing” setting: If your default setting for a code set is “Listing,” but you want a particular code search to open the code details page, enter the code in the Codify search box and add an exclamation point (!) after the code. For example, searching R51.9! will take you directly to the code details page for that code even if your default setting for ICD-10-CM is “Listing.”

Watch for future tips about the “Auto Favorite Tool” and “Default Search Tab” rows on the “Set Search Settings” page.

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2 Responses to “Speed Up Your Codify Code Search”

  1. Michael Anvar says:

    Hi:

    I was hoping to get in contact with Deborah Marsh regarding an article she published on AAPC and Coding Institute. It’s with regarding to Covid related HCPCS codes, specifically G2023. If someone could pass along this message that would be a great help.

    Thank you,

    Michael Anvar

  2. Lee-Fifield says:

    Michael, we are only able to answer questions that pertain directly to the content within the blog article. Please either post your article-specific question here, or for more in-depth Codify questions, utilize our forums or our Ask an Expert service.

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