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I had to share this great reference with new coders and multispecialty coders

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    I stumbled onto this and thought I’d share the link. It’s a tool that descries in plain English descriptions for CPT codes. Hope you enjoy. It's only a sample publication, but there is some good info here.

    http://www.codingbooks.com/Assets/CDA11_Sample.pdf
    Last edited by nrichard; 11-02-2011 at 08:51 AM.

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    Smile plain english decriptions of CPT codes
    Thanks for sharing, especially for a newly credentialed coder like myself. Very informative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrichard View Post
    I stumbled onto this and thought I'd share the link. It's a tool that descries in plain English descriptions for CPT codes. Hope you enjoy. It's only a sample publication, but there is some good info here.

    http://www.codingbooks.com/Assets/CDA11_Sample.pdf
    I have been using the Ingenix "Coders Desk Reference" Life saver...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrichard View Post
    I stumbled onto this and thought I'd share the link. It's a tool that descries in plain English descriptions for CPT codes. Hope you enjoy. It's only a sample publication, but there is some good info here.

    http://www.codingbooks.com/Assets/CDA11_Sample.pdf
    Thank you!
    Julie Graham, BA, CPC, CCC

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    Thank you! You got anything else?

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    How does one get a copy or book of all procedures?Is there such a beast in a book store
    or can you order it.I think it would be very helpful.
    Lorraine

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    Lorraine,

    Look for either AAPC's Procedure Coding Expert in the bookstore, here, or look at the website for OptimumInsight (formerly Ingenix) for their Coders' Desk Reference for Procedures.

    Cheers,
    Ron McKenzie, CPC-A
    Greater Orlando FL Chapter

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