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Share Your Favorite Coding Resources

  1. #111
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    Medical Coding Books
    http://www.freemd.com/

    This site gives you a brief about the disease condition namely- Overview, symptoms,evaluation, drugs, treatment.

    This site is good to know about the disease in general.


  2. Default Favorite Tools and Resources
    One of my favorite sites for looking up codes is

    http://www.educus.com/codes

    They have free ICD-9 and ICD-10, and it is easy to toggle back and forth. I teach coding and have my students use this site because it is free and easy to use.

    I also like http://www.icd9data.com/ because it contains a great deal of information. It also has an icd10data.com sister site.

  3. #114
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    aap.org

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    Codapedia http://codapedia.com/

    ICD-10 Data http://www.icd10data.com/

    Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services https://www.cms.gov/
    Thanks, Kellie

    Kellie Fry, CPC
    Billing & Coding Compliance Analyst

  5. #116
    Thumbs up Super Coder is the best

  6. #117
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    This is really good

    www.rad.washington.edu/atlas


  7. #119
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    Good resource for the basic E&M's.

    http://emuniversity.com/
    Kathy Moon, CPC, CPMA, CEMC, CIMC
    Oaklawn Medical Group (OMG)
    Marshall, MI

  8. Default Resources for Orthopedic Coding
    Quote Originally Posted by kdifrancesco View Post
    Dear AAPC Members,

    We are currently developing a resource library on the website. This page includes links to websites that are helpful to you and your fellow coders. Please post your favorite links that you find beneficial in your job, for a possibility of them being added to the online library.

    Example:
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    AAPC Website - Coding Information and Products
    http://www.aapc.com
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    Thank you for your help,

    American Academy of Professional Coders
    For Coders primarily involved with Orthopedic Coding: ICD-10 for Orthopedic Surgery, first edition. See www.icd10orthocoder.com
    Alan Pechacek, M.D.

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