Author "Ken Camilleis"

By Ken Camilleis
In Coding
Dec 2nd, 2019
An article in Healthcare Business Monthly prompts further discussion as guidance is applied to orthopedic coding. I was quite inspired by the article “Lesions, Masses and Tumors, Oh My!” (October, pages 30-32) by Winda Hampton, RHIA, CPMA, CCS-P. She ...
By Ken Camilleis
Apr 1st, 2018
Coding thoughts for closed treatment of fractures without manipulation Coding closed treatment of fractures without manipulation can be a challenge. To ensure your coding results in proper reimbursement for the services rendered, let’s review fractur...
By Ken Camilleis
Jan 1st, 2017
Grasping the anatomy of so many tiny, complex parts will aid in coding of wrist diseases and injuries. The wrist is classified as an “intermediate” joint, but consists of many intricate structures and bones. Accurate coding of wrist diagnoses, servic...
By Ken Camilleis
In Coding
Nov 1st, 2013
Comments Off on Strengthen Your Bone Density Test Coding
A deficient understanding of bone density measurement studies can cripple your ability to code properly. by Ken Camilleis, CPC, CPC-I, CMRS, CCS-P Bone density studies measure specific mineral values in targeted bony structures throughout the skeleta...