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Practical Medical Coding Fundamental

Proactive strategies to optimize medical coding, The synergy of medical coding and auditing, Coding compliance etc. Practical Medical Coding Fundamental

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What you'll learn

  • Coding compliance strategies to improve reimbursement, quality
  • The synergy of medical coding and auditing
  • Proactive strategies to optimize medical coding
  • Step by step guide to implementing medical coding services
  • Trends that will shape medical coding
  • Strategies for improving coding and reimbursement


  • No special requirement
  Medical coding happens every time you see a healthcare provider. The healthcare provider reviews your compliant and medical history, makes an expert assessment of what is wrong and how to treat you, and document your visit. That documentation is not only the patient's ongoing record, it's how the healthcare gets paid. Medical coders translate documentation into standardized codes that tell payers about patient's diagnoses, medical necessity for treatment, services, or supplies the patient received etc. Medical coders must be accurate and pay careful attention to even the smallest points of a medical record or insurance claim. Coding each medical procedure without making mistakes is essential, and you will also need to find previous errors in patient records. if you are good at detail- oriented tasks and like hurting down mistakes, you could be a great medical coding and reimbursement specialist.

   It is even more vital now as the data gathered through medical coding is used to improve healthcare overall. The results are submitted to payers for reimbursement, but the data derived from the codes also are used to determine utilization, manage risk, identify resource use, build actuarial tables, and support public health and actions. The main task of a medical coder is to review clinical statements and assign standard codes using CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS Level II classification systems. To help promote a smooth coding and billing process, the coder checks the patient's medical records.

Who this course is for:

  • Nurse, doctor, medical coders, government, consultants, students, hospital, clinics, general public etc.

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