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    AAPC: Back to School
    I find National Institute of Health an interesting website. It is loaded with information. There are many topics to assist in broadening skills. I found the site when I was a student and taking my Medical Transcription course. I have returned to the site post-graduation. They offer surgical videos that aid in understanding anatomy and procedures.
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    Apr 2007
    Macomb Township

    Red face Coding Resources

    For the Record Magazine - coding articles

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    Apr 2007

    Default I want to practice CPT coding!!

    Can anyone help with a good or great CPT Workbook, something not that expensive and current or even a website. I'm having a really hard time finding one.

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    Post Question about cpc practice exam

    So, I purchased the bundle, so, it doesn't come with a book? It's just on my account at AAPC?

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    Default One of my favorite sites for ophthalmology

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    Apr 2007
    Northbrook, IL


    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.

    AAPC Website - Coding Information and Products

    Thank you for your help,

    American Academy of Professional Coders
    I am utilizing AAPC Coder
    Ricky J. Fico

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    Coeur d'Alene, Idaho


    I frequently use http://www.icd10data.com/
    Amanda Briggs, BS, CPC, CPMA, CCC, CEMC
    Coeur d'Alene, ID Chapter

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    Unhappy Cpt 971140 denal

    has anyone appealed with Aetna cpt code 97140?

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