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    Medical Coding Books
    I frequently use www.labtestsonline.org
    it is great for figuring out why a test was done.

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    One of my favorites for info on orthopedic coding is www.aaos.org . Margie Vaught is a frequent contributor & I've found her to be extremely knowledgeable.

    As far as books go I love "Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy For CPT Coding". It has very detailed pics that I routinely refer to. I would recommend buying a used copy off EBay or Amazon rather than buying new. I only say that because I have never used that book for the actual cpt codes, I use it strictly for anatomy which last time I checked hasn't changed much.

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    This is a great spine procedures website, www.drdillin.com

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    I use this site for prescription meds to find out: common uses, possible side effects, how to use meds., and cautions.
    www.rx.com
    Evangelina Frohna, CPC, CEMC

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    Dear Pokirae

    Thank you for listing the references above the AHIMA was especially helpful I found everything i was looking for! Again thank you so much.

    A weary Coder.

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    I found this website very helpful knowledge wise and also helps to get extra CEU's approved by AAPC. It's called the Knowledge Centre.

    http://www.cms.meridianksi.com/kc/main/kc_frame.asp?


    dbryant, M.A., CPC

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    I can't believe nobody mentioned Don Self's website... He has the best collection of FREE documents on the web. All kinds of goodies from superbills to appeal letters. (Plus he's super funny!!)

    http://www.donself.com/documentsframe.html

    I think www.EricaCodes.com is pretty darn good, too... but I might be biased. ha ha

    Here's a few more I don't think were listed yet:

    http://www.karenzupko.com/ - tons of free articles and downloads

    Free Coding & Practice Management Webinars:
    http://www.physicianspractice.com/in...s.schedule.htm

    Free Ortho Coding Webinars:
    http://webinar.zimmer.com/ctl?templa...tion=1&id=9670

    Good coding articles:
    http://www.coderyte.com/resources/coding-corner/

    Erica

  10. Default This one is great for Anatomy and ICD-9/10 codes too

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