OB/GYN Coding Manual: Components of Correct Procedural Coding
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology; AMA
Spiralbound: 480 pages
Size: 8.5" x 11"
AMA Press / ACOG
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Recommended by both the College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the AMA, this is your comprehensive guide to correct coding and surgical procedures most frequently performed by obstetricians and gynecologists.
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This complete coding manual provides information about whether Medicare will reimburse for assistant or co-surgeons for which procedure.
Includes sections on reproductive medicine, modifiers, RVUs and bundling issues
Complements the AMA CPT code book designations - All codes are grouped by body system or type of service
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Includes the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists committee opinions that relate to coding and reimbursement issues
A comprehensive guide to correct coding for surgical procedures most frequently performed by obstetricians/gynecologists. Provides information about whether Medicare will reimburse for assistant or co-surgeons for various procedures, and includes sections on reproductive medicine, modifiers, RVUs and bundling issues.
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Please remember: The government no longer allows a grace period for annual code sets. The new HIPAA Transaction and Code Set Rule requires providers to use national medical code sets that are valid at the time that a service is provided. ICD-9-CM code revisions become effective October 1st each year while CPT and HCPCS code revisions become effective January 1st. In order for you to meet this requirement, you must have the revised CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-9-CM codes in your possession before the implementation dates. The best way to do this is to order your code books early. Review current coding resources.
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