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A good Ob/Gyn Resource needed

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    I am starting a new job in a few weeks that will be a not so quite familiar coding area to me....ob/gyn. I have been working in a mainly E/M auditing position and assisting with ICD-9 coding in the areas of oncology. I would like to find a good resource to brush up on ob/gyn coding, any suggestions? I have my PMCC book and was going to read up on it in there, but would like to familiarize myself with it more than just the one chaper in that book.

    Thanks!!

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    If you are new to OB/Gyn coding I would highly recommend getting the OB/GYN CODING MANUAL: Components of Correct Procedural Coding from ACOG. You can order it from their website www.acog.org I love the layout and it has a lot of good information that we use when we are dealing with denials.
    Angela Jordan, CPC, COBGC, AAPC Fellow
    Senior Managing Consultant
    Medical Revenue Solutions, LLC
    AAPC National Advisory Board - Southwest
    AAPCCA BOD Chair 2012-2013
    angela@medicalrevenuesolutions.com

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