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  1. #41
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    Medical Coding Books
    I usually use the following: searchicd9.com, ritecode.com, justcoding.com, physource.edu
    Elizabeth M., CCS, CPC, ICD-10 CM/PCS
    Multi Specialty Coder/Compliance Auditor/ICD-10 Educator

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    Smile Resource
    Thanks, Kevin

    This has really come in handy for me, I work for general surgeons.
    Please send me any other surgery sites that you may have knowledge of.

    Thank You
    Paula
    pldn074@gmail.com

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    Wink Free Coding Quizzes
    Which resources besides ritecode.com have free coding quizzes for 2009? There are so many that I don’t have time to look while I’m working. Thanks for your assistance.

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    I have been checking out some of these sites. This is very helpful.
    Is the membership to billing-coding .com worth it. It is only $45 for a year subscription and it looks like you get a good bit from it, but I was just wondering if anyone that has paid for the subscription found it to be worth it. Justcoding.com looks good too, but is quite a bit more money to become a member. Can I get some feedback on this one too?
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenphillips View Post
    I have been checking out some of these sites. This is very helpful.
    Is the membership to billing-coding .com worth it. It is only $45 for a year subscription and it looks like you get a good bit from it, but I was just wondering if anyone that has paid for the subscription found it to be worth it. Justcoding.com looks good too, but is quite a bit more money to become a member. Can I get some feedback on this one too?
    Thanks.
    BC Advantange is a good tool and offers free AAPC approved CEUs with it's subscription. I have it and really like it, as well as a number of our local chapter members.

    There IS a free section of Just Coding, then for $99 you get access to some other info and then for Platinum $299 (I think), you get access to everything they have. I have a Platinum membership and I plan to renew it. I've gotten quite a lot of info from their web site, including quizzies.
    Susan M. Garrett, CPC, COC
    Past President El Paso Texas Chapter AAPC
    Past Member AAPCCA Board of Directors
    cell 915-204-8333

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    a free site I find useful is:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ICD-9_codes

    this site also includes the ICD-10 codes

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    Lots of good resources here:

    A few more:

    http://medlineplus.gov/ This site has a dictionary, a drug section, and you can also search for conditions. I use the drug section a lot when my providers list a Brand name and I can't find the HCPC for it because it's listed by the generic name. At the bottom of each drug it has all the different names for it. It also tells the class of drug, what it's used for, side effects, etc. I also use it when I can't remember if something is anit-platelet or anti-coagulant, anti-neoplaastic, hormonal, etc.


    http://www.worldwidemetric.com/metcal.htm for those of us that have providers that like to dictate in mm or inches and can't convert to cm in our heads.

    http://www.codinginstitute.com/ has several specialty forums

    http://www.codingline.com/main.php I have only used this site once, but found my answer so bookmarked it. It is for podiatry

    All of these are free.

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    www.codeitrightonline.com, www.docofficerx.com, www.codecorrect.com, www.codemanager.com, www.flashcode.com, www.encoderpro.com, www.supercoder.com, all looks pretty good. They provide lots of medical coding related materials i.e. Articles, guides, anatomy and pathophysiolgy books, CCI edit tool, fee calculator, CEU's and many more.

    Lets enjoy coding



    Thanks,

    Vikas Maheshwari
    MBA-HCS, CPC-H
    Last edited by vikas.maheshwari; 09-02-2009 at 06:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gscoder View Post
    I have been checking out some of these sites. This is very helpful.
    Is the membership to billing-coding .com worth it. It is only $45 for a year subscription and it looks like you get a good bit from it, but I was just wondering if anyone that has paid for the subscription found it to be worth it. Justcoding.com looks good too, but is quite a bit more money to become a member. Can I get some feedback on this one too?
    Thanks.

    I have been a member of justcoding.com for two years now and I find it to be a GREAT resource! You don't have to go Platinum for it to be benficial. There are also endless (and I mean endless) opportunity for free CEU's so it basically pays for itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erica1217 View Post
    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

    Hi Erica,
    Thanks for all of the great resources. I am looking at some of them right now but I was most interested in the Don Self one. I can't seem to get through to that one. I also tried to use the one on the ericacodes.com website to no avail. Is that website no longer in use?

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