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  1. #131


    AAPC: Back to School
    Hi Susan,
    I would like to join your ER newsletter. I just started doing ER and any info I can get will be appreciated. My email address is beverlysadie@yahoo.com.

    Thank You!
    Bev CPC

  2. #132
    Join Date
    Apr 2007

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    Please add me as well to your coding group!

  3. #133
    Join Date
    Apr 2007


    Good afternoon

    Could I be added to this newsletter? I just started to do ER billing. My email is benowitze1@gmail.com

    Thank you

  4. #134
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    St. Cloud, MN


    Please include me too. ptheisen@sphosp.org

  5. #135
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Whittier Chapter

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    Please add me to list, I am studying for CEDC (pediatrics)


  6. #136


    Hi Sue,

    Please add me to the list - megan.allen@lvhn.org


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    Can you add my email to your list? I have joined as facility charge specialist since December for ER and will need all the help and support I can possibly get. My email id is lahiric@gmail.com
    Last edited by Chirashree; 03-05-2014 at 11:45 AM. Reason: did not add email id

  8. #138

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    Hi Sue,
    Please add me to the contact list. I am just starting coding for ED and could use any help I can get.
    Email is debphipps@gmail.com

  9. #139
    Join Date
    Apr 2007

  10. #140

    Default CVA and hyperhomocysteinemia

    Hi Everybody!!!

    I need you kind help in understanding the below scenario.

    The patient admitted with CVA with history of DM and HTN.
    MRI confirmed the CVA.
    Discharge List: CVA, hyperhomocysteinemia, DM, HTN.
    The physician is documenting hyperhomocysteinemia in discharge summary with a supported laboratory finding.
    As we know the hyperhomocysteinemia is a risk factor for CVA can we code this along with CVA or we can consider this as a sign of CVA and ignore it?
    For your kind information, there are vitamins (folic acid) given for this condition.

    When we add the hyperhomocysteinemia (270.4)as an additional diagnosis, which results a higher level DRG, because ?hyperhomocysteinemia? falls under CC list.

    Need your help...

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