I have had the opportunity to go through both a Medicare Audit and a couple JACHO audits and the first thing I must say is that the term "cheat sheet" should never be used so try use something like "quick reference guide".
Depending on the information you intend to have on these guides I would also recommend that you put them all in a binder and keep the binder at your finger tips instead of having tacky sheets stuck all over.
As you mentioned keep on top of all your coding, billing info to make sure you are aware of all changes etc. If you are creating your own guides always include your source and the date.
All coders at some point in time refer to quick reference guides..with all the information we are expected to know it becomes necessary to keep some corroborating info close at hand.
I hope this helps.
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