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    Question Radiology coding and CodeRyte

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    Is there anyone working in radiology coding who also uses CodeRyte? We currently use CodeRyte for emergency medicine coding but would like to talk with someone using them for radiology.

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    i did used it for radiology, the application can not code interventional radiology and it takes a lot of twiking to customize to your needs but you get faster

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