“Coding Review for National Certification: Passing the CPC and CCS-P Exams” is for the student who has completed a formal education in medical coding or an individual with at least three years full-time medical coding experience who is seeking certification. The goal of the textbook is three-fold. First, it guides through an overall review of the CPT and ICD-9 manuals, their guidelines, modifiers, coding conventions and specific notations to coding descriptors. Secondly it provides many practice problems throughout the text, coding problems at the end of each chapter, and a mock examination at the end of the text. Thirdly it helps students to "think like a coder." Learning to think through every coding problem or question in an analytical, organized, sequential approach teaches students to attack the "problem" in a consistent manner, which in turn, provides consistent accuracy in coding.
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