Coding for Pediatrics, 2011
• Evaluation and Management Services in the Office, Outpatient, Home or Nursing Facility Setting • Noncritical Hospital Care • Care of the Neonate and Critically Ill Child • Emergency Department Services • Common Procedures and Non-E/M Medical Services • Modifiers and Coding Edits • Diagnosis Coding • Resource-Based Relative Value Scale • Category II CPT Codes—Pay for Performance Measures and Category III CPT Codes—Emerging Technologies • Fraud & Abuse—Compliance for the Pediatric Practice • The Business of Medicine: From Clean Claims to Correct Payment. New 2011 features and updates make Coding for Pediatrics more indispensable than ever! • New chapter presenting 2011 CPT and ICD-9-CM codes and revisions — plus practical application guidelines • New simplified format — streamlines access to proper codes and reporting guidelines • All-new pediatric-specific clinical vignettes and examples to help resolve common coding conundrums • New how-to “Coding Pearls” • New self-assessment questions • New neonatal coding algorithm—an AAP-developed exclusive! • New web access to continually refreshed Coding for Pediatrics updates • New web access to ready-to-use practice management problem-solvers: claims processing tools…claim correction form… claim denial appeal how-to’s…sample appeal letter…denial tracking tool…CPT coding change request form...and more.
Title: Coding for Pediatrics, 2011
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