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    Question New GI

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    Our facility will be employing our first Gastro doctor in the near future. Can anyone tell me what coding resources are available? I would like to attend classes as well as purchase gastro-specialty books. Thanks.

    lisa wms

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Chicopee, MA


    There's some coding listservs specific to gastro coding. Check out www.coding911.com

    They also publish the Gastroenterology Coding Alert. You can view a sample issue and request a free trial here to see if you like it:

    I have an article on coding colonoscopies you might find helpful:

    You can also check out the American Gastroenterological Association. They have some coding books, courses, and other resources. I have never purchased anything from them, so I can't tell you if they are good or not.. maybe someone else has some feedback on that.

    Hope that helps! Good luck!


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