Question I have my CPC-A should I take the Practicode "yes or no"?

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I have been a CNA for 20+ years. This will be totally new to me. I just want to be as proficient as possible. So, I was wondering should I take the practicode to remove the ''A"? Also, can anyone tell me if there is a speciality that DOES NOT have E/M codes or modifiers.
 

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I completed the practicode and do not regret it.

The only coding related position I can think of that does not require modifiers at all would be Risk Adjustment coding. Maybe someone else can think of others.
 

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I have been a CNA for 20+ years. This will be totally new to me. I just want to be as proficient as possible. So, I was wondering should I take the practicode to remove the ''A"? Also, can anyone tell me if there is a speciality that DOES NOT have E/M codes or modifiers.
Inpatient coding does not have modifiers. For that you would need your CCS or CIC.
 
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