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Share Your Favorite Coding Resources

  1. Default Hi everyone
    Medical Coding Books
    i use this site sometime to find quick icd codes... its nice

  2. #92
    Jacksonville, FL (90417)
    Default Don't forget the electronic
    I found a couple of free apps on the Android Market that are also available for free on the Iphone -

    E/M Basics - has all the E/M codes and the requirements for each, it also has a direct link to the CMS '95 & '97 Guidelines, the Medicare Audit Tool from TrailBlazer, as well as other documentation reference articles. My Hospitalist physicians love this app.

    Also Find-A-Code for ICD-9CM/PCS and ICD-10 CM/PCS great reference tool on the fly when you don't have a book handy (much lighter too, not to mention the other cool McGyver-like tricks your Smartphone can perform).

  3. #93
    Jefferson County Alabama
    Default It has CPT code and ICD-9 codes along with coding tools and other tips.

  4. Default Under $5 a month, 12 CEUs, FREE ICD-10 Webinars
    BC Advantage Magazine covers all issues affecting the industry.
    Plus you can earn up to 12 CEUs each year FREE with your subscription.

    PLUS as a bonus offer you will also receive 4 hours of ICD-10 training (webinars) with your subscription at no additional cost.

    All this for less than $5 a month.

  5. #95
    Kalamazoo Koders

  6. #96
    Thumbs up Favorite Coding Resources
    I've been learning alot from this one:

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    When dealing with Medicare, I like to use this website for looking up their LCD and NCD

    This site has been helpful with finding what labs and procedures Medicare covers for and the dx codes they consider are medicaly necessary for those labs and procedures.

  8. Thumbs up Lists of Resources
    Hi, It's T
    Very first time on and I'm looking for the best coding helper..taking a prep class for CPC. Thank you all for your time and imput. I will be checking them out.
    April 2007 is incorrect join date-just joined recently.
    Last edited by Cmem4pima; 09-21-2013 at 01:12 PM. Reason: correction

  9. #100
    Thanks, This is great. Do you know of a site, for FQHC coding requirements? I've looked, but coming up with very little.

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