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    Medical Coding Books
    Does anyone know of any visual aids/interactive tools, other than reading a study guide, that I can use to get a better understanding of E/M coding?
    Last edited by msbrowning; 11-05-2008 at 09:48 AM.

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    North Carolina
    Have you taken a look at this website?

    I'm not sure what state you're in but there is a Medicare E/M module for our location. Type in your email address and then select the Part B icon. This provides an E/M module.

    Last edited by RebeccaWoodward*; 11-05-2008 at 10:34 AM.

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    Default Start with the basics
    I would start with studying the Evaluation and Management Services Guidelines in your CPT book in the EM section (page 1-8).
    I would also study the guidelines from CMS at
    Also a book entitled "Auditing evaluation and Management Coding" by Joe Rivet was very helpful.
    Good luck
    Carrie, BS, CPC

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