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Thread: In need of spine surgery icd-9/cpt cheatsheets

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    Question In need of spine surgery icd-9/cpt cheatsheets

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    Hello All-
    A Spine surgeon just recently joined my general ortho practice. Wondering if anyone out there has some good reference cheat sheets for surgery scheduling/coding/

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    If you provide your email address, I will send you what our sx schedulers use.

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    Apr 2007
    Baton Rouge


    I can also send what we use, but our cheat sheet only has CPT codes, not ICD9. Also, if your office doesn't already have it, I highly recommend the Ingenix Coding Companion for Neurosurgery, which would include the ICD9 codes for each procedure, and would be a great investment if you're not familiar with spine coding.
    Meagan Strauss, CPC, CEMC
    Coding Coordinator
    The NeuroMedical Center
    Baton Rouge, LA

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    I see that this post is very old, but would you still be willing to send out those neurosurgery cheat sheets to me? I am totally new to this specialty and could use all the help I can get! Thanks so much!

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    Do you still have neurosurgery cheat sheets that you wouldn't mind sharing?

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    if at all possible I would love to have one of your cheat sheets also.. my email is tanizan88@gmail.com.

    thank you

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    Default Spinal surgery cheat sheets

    Could I have a copy as well
    thanx so much
    Kelly J Zurfluh CPC

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    Could I also get a copy of each, lol. Might as well join the bandwagon as I code for spinal surgeries and could use all the help I can get. Thanks!!

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    Do you still have neurosurgery cheat sheets, if so will you please send me one also. Thanks
    consuelo_dalton@bshsi.org Thank you!

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    augusta, ga

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    If you all is looking for help with your surgery coding I would definitely suggest the Coding Companion as well as a website call Medtronic. Neurosurgeons use a lot of their products for the fusion cases and etc. I would also recommend the AAPC CPT Coding Expert.
    Sherrie CPC
    Billing Auditor II (Coder)

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