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Medical Coding 101: Boost Your Career

Medical Coding 101: Boost Your Career

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Medical coders with strong base knowledge are in demand. But whether you’re the coder, the practice manager, the physician, a med tech, or any other member of a medical practice, knowing the basics of medical coding can help not only the practice, but your career as well. You can serve as a vital cog in the healthcare reimbursement process, but you have to know what all those letters and numbers mean on a claim.

With a solid foundation in coding knowledge, you can be an essential asset to any medical practice. Insurance companies will pay a physician only if he submits a claim for the services and procedures he’s provided properly coded. Now, more than ever, practices are looking to coders to maintain accurate and compliant coding. Get your feet wet or simply refresh your basic coding knowledge in just a half hour ? and set yourself on the path to coding career success.


Join coding, billing, and reimbursement expert, Leesa A. Israel, CPC, CUC, CMBS, for this 30-minute Webinar that will touch on the following topics:

* Coding isn’t billing, and billing isn’t coding. Here’s the difference.
* Learn what “coding” really is and why it’s important in today’s healthcare arena.
* CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-9 - oh my! Straight talk on these acronyms.
* 4 coding basic steps take you from procedure to diagnosis to payment.
* These locations deliver straight answers on proper coding.
* Best practices to make your job as a coder easier.

Presented by Leesa Israel, CPC, CUC, CMBS
http://supercoder.com
Medical coders with strong base knowledge are in demand. But whether you’re the coder, the practice manager, the physician, a med tech, or any other member of a medical practice, knowing the basics of medical coding can help not only the practice, but your career as well. You can serve as a vital cog in the healthcare reimbursement process, but you have to know what all those letters and numbers mean on a claim.

With a solid foundation in coding knowledge, you can be an essential asset to any medical practice. Insurance companies will pay a physician only if he submits a claim for the services and procedures he’s provided properly coded. Now, more than ever, practices are looking to coders to maintain accurate and compliant coding. Get your feet wet or simply refresh your basic coding knowledge in just a half hour ? and set yourself on the path to coding career success.


Join coding, billing, and reimbursement expert, Leesa A. Israel, CPC, CUC, CMBS, for this 30-minute Webinar that will touch on the following topics:

* Coding isn’t billing, and billing isn’t coding. Here’s the difference.
* Learn what “coding” really is and why it’s important in today’s healthcare arena.
* CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-9 - oh my! Straight talk on these acronyms.
* 4 coding basic steps take you from procedure to diagnosis to payment.
* These locations deliver straight answers on proper coding.
* Best practices to make your job as a coder easier.

Presented by Leesa Israel, CPC, CUC, CMBS

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