Hi Kris, when I was studying to take the CIRCC all I used was the CIRCC Study Guide and my CPT book. I paid special attention to sections/procedures that I wasn't used to coding on a regular basis. I read the CPT Guidelines for those sections and made notes in the CPT book when I thought it was helpful. Such as, "only once per session", "no bilateral billing", and I highlighted the main parts of the descriptions so they would stand out. I would also recommend refreshing your Med Term and Anatomy knowledge!
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