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I've noticed that every area of healthcare seems to have their own version of the Caduceus symbol, except coders (as far as I could tell, anyways...)

I know the AAPC has their own symbol, but there's not one for coding professionals, in general - so I decided to make one...:p

Let me know what you think!:D

(P.S. - "Non Amet, Non Factum" is Latin for "Not Documented, Not Done"...Ha!)
 

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I've noticed that every area of healthcare seems to have their own version of the Caduceus symbol, except coders (as far as I could tell, anyways...)

I know the AAPC has their own symbol, but there's not one for coding professionals, in general - so I decided to make one...:p

Let me know what you think!:D

(P.S. - "Non Amet, Non Factum" is Latin for "Not Documented, Not Done"...Ha!)
Brandy,

How cool! Great job!!
 

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No Brandi I'm not. My husbands family is from South Carolina. We live in Illinois. Don't really see that name very often and when I do it makes ya wonder ..........
 

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Hey, Brandi, have you checked your reputation points lately? Can you add? Loved the symbol, and yep....gonna use it. Our chapter officers should love this. Another thing...as I was looking at the figure and thinking "books". I could see the ICD-9 (or 10) in the first circle, the CPT in the 2nd, and the HCPCS in the third. You're resourceful for sure and always so very helpful!!! ---Suzanne E. Byrum CPC
 
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