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Simplify and speed up the coding process with this one-stop, cross-coding resource developed for those who work for physicians, hospitals, or payers. This easy-to-use manual provides essential links from CPT® codes to the appropriate ICD-10-CM and HCPCS Level II codes along with corresponding, clarifying illustrations. The Anesthesia Cross Coder
is sure to help you code it right—the first time! Read more
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Features and benefits
- Numerical organization by CPT® code. Provides an all-in-one guide for coders who need diagnosis and procedure code information.
- Recognize when ICD-10-CM code is gender specific. Icons indicate when the diagnosis code selected is appropriate for the sex of the patient.
- Spend less time correcting claims. Before submitting claims, consult complete CPT®, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS Level II code descriptions that provide clear code explanations and guidance.
- Ideal for quick reference. Solve problematic coding concerns with the help of the CPT® book to anesthesia code crosswalk, glossary, and appendix.
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Nannette Orme, CPC, CCS-P, CPMA, CEMC - Ms. Orme has more than 20 years of experience in the health care profession. She has extensive background in CPT/HCPCS and ICD-9-CM coding and has completed comprehensive ICD-10-CM and PCS training. Her prior experience includes physician clinics and health care consulting. Her areas of expertise include physician audits and education, compliance and HIPAA legislation, litigation support for Medicare self-disclosure cases, hospital chargemaster maintenance, workers' compensation, and emergency department coding. Ms. Orme has presented at national professional conferences and contributed articles for several professional publications. She is a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC), American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), and on the advisory board of a local college.