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Share Your Favorite Coding Resources

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    Medical Coding Books
    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

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    Tacoma Washington

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    Louisville, KY

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    Thanks, Kevin. I hadn't seen that one before.

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    Default - A little site that has many different topics hosted as games like hangman, word search, etc. Could be a good study aid... - Centers for Disease Control (a bit geeky, but informative) - A great resourse for very cost effective CEU courses. I believe there are two specifically that total 18 CEUs for around $150 or so - and they have a variety of topics. - Home of the American Academy of Family Practitioners. They have a bounty of coding and practice management tools, as well as searchable archives of their mags. - Medicares web-based training courses. Very helpful for anyone who bills MC much. National Library of Medicine (another geeky medical site) - E/M documentation guidelines 95/97 - Medicare RVU lookup page.

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    East Stroudsburg
    Default - Pennsylvania's Medicare Carrier

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    I like this site:

    Only the ICD-9 portion is free...

    Happy Coding

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    In addition to all the previously mentioned sites.....
    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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    Louisville, KY
    One more that I came across recently. Haven't used it much, but CAP maintains it.

    information on deciphering the nightmare that is pathology vernacular.

    Hope this helps.

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