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E/m 2009

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    Smile E/m 2009
    Medical Coding Books
    I know we're facing big changes in E/M for 2009 and my hospital's supply of books has not come in.

    Has anyone seen the changes anywhere online? I can only find seminar advertisements and sites that require subscriptions.

    Any links are appreciated.

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    Belinda,
    The biggest changes are with Newborn care, Pediatric Critical Care - including transport (new codes, expanded age ranges, but basically the same guidelines as before), and Prolonged service (inpatient is now for unit/floor time).

    There's an AAPC audio conference TODAY at 1pm EST on the 2009 CPT changes.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CPC-E/M

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