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    Question Major surgery global calender, free of charge

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    Does anyone know of a free Major surgery global calender, for determining 90 day global dates for the 2009 calender year?
    Where we were getting ours is now charging a fee....
    Thanks in advance.
    Lynn, CPC

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    Apr 2007
    Parkersburg, WV

    Default Chastity

    If you send me your email at coderrad@aol.com and reference needing the global calendar, I will send you the one I did up. We used to get ours for free also.

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    Apr 2007


    Here is the link I have for 2008...a 2009 has not been posted yet..I hope they dont charge!!!


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    Default 2009 Major Surgery Global calendar up now but is it correct?

    The website you have on here for Med Pro has just posted the 2009 calendar. But can the 2009 calendar start with 3/31 when the 2008 calendar ended with 3/31? I can't seem to verify this, please let me know. Thank you

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    Here's the link to the one that I use thru our local Medicare carrier:

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    Default Thank you very much!

    I will use this and thank you for your help!

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    Apr 2007
    Anchorage, Alaska

    Default 2009 global surgey calendar

    If anyone else needs this I have made mine for the year and can email it to you if desired.

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    Apr 2007


    I would appreciate it if I could get copy of 2009 global calendar forwarded to me. Thank you so much

    Tulsa Orthopaedic Center

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    Apr 2007
    York Chapter

    Default 90 day global calendar

    Hello Everyone,
    I did go to the Med Pro site and got the 3 page print out of the 90 day global calendar. I also went to the Medicare link that was posted and saw the global calculator. It was interesting, and I don't know if anyone else noticed this, but the paper calendar has the the date as 4/1/9 for January 1st, but the calculator has the date ending on 4/2/9 for January 1st. Just thought I would point out this discrepancy.

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    Apr 2007


    I tried the following link for the global period and theres a glitch.
    If you enter 08/02/2009 and 08/03/2009, it gives you the same date of 11/01/2009.


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