ive been doing ortho and evrything else under the sun for 14 years and i found that the coding procedure book is the bible when its come to what each procedure curtails.. another thing i do to this day is when come across a complicated op note is to print it out and circle each incision that was performed and that will simplified things a little....for each incision is usually one cpt(not always) and alot of the things that is described during each incision is parts of one procedure or cpt code..again not always but most of the time.....hope this help a little! only time will give you the experience and confidence so hang in there and enjoy the ride!
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