ICD-9-CM 2013: Professional for Physicians. Volumes 1 and 2 in 1 Book. Includes Netter Anatomy Art
by Buck, Carol J. MS


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The updated 2013 edition delivers important diagnostic coding and reimbursement information. By integrating the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting into the ICD-9-CM code set, this codebook provides the information you need to ensure the most accurate billing for your physician practice. The 2013 edition includes dictionary-style headings for quick reference and color coding and symbols to aid in code utilization. Key Features: Full-color Frank Netter anatomical plates -- educate users about anatomy. Companion Web site -- provides the latest updates, an ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM crosswalk, and MS-DRG information. Coding tips and notes developed by coding experts -- define terms and provide additional coding instruction to aid in understanding difficult terminology, diseases and conditions, or coding in a specific category. Full-color coding tables -- simplify complex coding issues and speed code searches. "Guide to 2013 Updates" section -- lists all new, revised and deleted ICD-9-CM codes to help reduce denied claims due to outdated codes. Color-coded annotations -- highlight those codes that require additional considerations, enhance your understanding of terminology and clarify important coding criteria. More than 200 code-specific color photographs and illustrations -- help users visualize and recognize the disease referenced. Disease explanations -- ensure that you have the correct code.


 
Product Information
Binding: Side Spiral
Specs: 4.99 Lbs
ISBN: 1455745723
ISBN-13: 9781455745722
New Edition: 162202186X
Old Edition: 1455707104
Edition: 1
Publisher: American Medical Association | Publish Date 08/12 | Copyright 2012
Volume: 2013
 
 

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