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Insurance coding and electronic claims for the medical office.

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Insurance coding and electronic claims for the medical office.

Safian, Shelley C.

McGraw-Hill

2006

444 pages

$80.47

Paperback

R728

This textbook for insurance coding and billing specialists outlines the different types of insurance and documentation encountered at a typical health care facility, and walks through the process of translating diagnoses and procedures into ICD-9-CM, CPT, ICD-10- CM, and ICD-10-PCS codes. It also shows how to enter patients' data into a patient accounting software program to create the health insurance claim form and send it to the third-party payer.

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