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new to Gynecology coding

qmbturner

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Can anyone help me, Im just starting a new job and haven't coded gynecology codes yet? I've looked on the website and online for seminars, training, etc. Anyone know of a place I could get an overview of the coding for this specialty! thank u!
 

Anastasia

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Ask your physician if he/she is a member of ACOG (American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology). They can login to the ACOG website and there's some good information and forums there. With their login & password you can access the website. I have been coding OB/Gyn for many years so please feel free to contact me with any questions. I'll be happy to help you.
 

skanderson

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Go to Ingenix and order OB/GYN "A Comprehensive illustrated guide to coding and reimbursement". It describes procedures and shows covered diagnoses. Also tells you the global period on procedures. Money well spent.
 

huntersmum

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There are some great publications from ACOG as well. I love the "Frequently Asked Questions" and the "Essential Guide to Coding in OB and GYN" They have proved to be my go to for alot of my questions.
 
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