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Desk reference for surgery coding?? Please help!!!

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    Hello!! I am starting a new adventure next week with surgery coding. It will be for ALL things surgery. Does anyone know of a good DESK REFERENCE for Surgery coding to have on hand?? Any information would be greatly apprecative!!!!
    Thanks,
    Miranda

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    Engenix products are what our company uses. We have the desk reference books, and the Encoder Pro web based program. I couldn't do without Encoder Pro. I check CCIs, crosscodes, modifiers, PX codes. It has many other bells and whistles.

    MS

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    I code for neurosurgery and I use whats called the coding companion for neurosurgery by ingenix. www.shopingenix.com. They should have one for general surgery as well. It is a great resource, for the most commonly used codes it gives a description, list of CCI edits, description of the procedure and coding and diagnosis tips all on one page for each code. This book is a lifesaver especially when I am deciding between two codes, usually I can always narrow it down based on the detailed description for the procedures of each code.

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    I use Encoder Pro and Coders Desk reference. I also have a subscription to Supercoder.

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    I use Encoder Pro and Coders Desk reference. I also have a subscription to Supercoder.

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