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    Promo: Code Books
    If you have the 2012 CPT book, you can look at the changes in there. The biggest area was with pacemakers/ICD's. Alot of revised text and new codes.

    Kristin Felty CPC, CCC, CCVTC

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliviaPrice View Post
    does the email have any more detail than what is on his website? oprice@stormontvail.org
    Speaking about Jim Collins Webinar just listened to it Tuesday and also going to have another one Friday. There are changes coming our way. Pacemaker and Defibrillator codes --- 24 codes impacted- 1 code deleted 9 new codes added 14 existing codes marked with a change symbol. Fluoroscopy code 71090 deleted!--S&I codes 75722 and 75724 replaced. Lordy.
    Theresa CCS-P CPMA CCC ICDCT-CM

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    Could I get the information also? redmondr@nflsurgeons.com

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    Can you please send me the link- karen_dixey@apms.biz

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    Hi there,

    I'm very interested in the webinar. Please send the link to me as well... callen2@abrazohealth.com.

    Thanks in advance!
    Cyndi Allen, CPC, CIRCC
    2015 Local Chapter President, Casa Grande, AZ

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    Could you send me the link to Jim Collins's website? I have been unable to locate it.

    Thanks
    Carol Hodge, CPC, CCC

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    please send me the link also nsmith@floridamedicalclinic.com Thanks

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    I would appreciate the information regarding the 2012 EP changes. My email address is shirleehudgins@gmail.com. Thank you.

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    I received this notice from MedLearn.com:

    Are you prepared for the next big wave of changes to cardiology codes? Ready or not, a major rewrite will take effect on January 1, and the focus for 2012 is coding for procedures involving pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs).

    I have not seen any specifics yet on what is changing.

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    Can you please send me the link as well??
    aeberle@premiercvcenter.com

    Thanks!!!
    Ashley Eberle, CPC

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