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Let’s pick up where we left off in the previous Blog posting for Chapter 19.
In this blog we will be reviewing ICD-10-CM guidelines for Chapter 19.
In this blog we will be discussing Chapter 18 of the ICD-10-CM
Every year we conduct a survey of over 1,000 healthcare professionals, including auditors, coders,
Chapter 6 (G00-G99) of the ICD-10-CM coding lays the foundation for correct reporting of the disorders of the central nervous system
There’s always been a great deal of discussion around the challenge of finding a coding position, and also around where a coding certification might take you after a little experience under your belt.
It’s always interesting to hear a doctor’s perspective on compliance, but it’s even more interesting when that doctor happens to be the OIG’s Chief Medical Officer. I had the pleasure of hearing her, Julie Taitsman, MD, JD, speak at the HCCA’s Regional Compliance Conference this May in New York City.
What’s the difference between a regular coder and an exceptional coder? Well, an exceptional coder is dedicated to giving his/her all, everyday.