Insurance Coding and Electronic Claims for the Medical Office by Shelley Safian

Insurance Coding and Electronic Claims for the Medical Office

byShelley Safian

Book & Toy | July 7, 2005

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This text is structured to reflect a day in the life of an insurance codding and billing specialist. Using a "layered learning" concept, the student will move through the book in a logical progression, building upon each element learned at each stage of the reimbursement process. Students will learn to carefully glean pertinent data to code accurately from review and analysis of: a.) Superbills, b.) Provider’s notes, c.) Referral authorization forms, and d.) New patient information forms.

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Title:Insurance Coding and Electronic Claims for the Medical OfficeFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:10.8 × 8.5 × 0.81 inPublished:July 7, 2005Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0073053074

ISBN - 13:9780073053073

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Table of Contents

1 Insurance Overview

2 HIPPA's Privacy Rule Overview

3 Source Documents

4 Introduction to Coding-Guidelines Overview

5 Coding Diagnoses: ICD-9-CM

6 Coding Diagnoses: ICD-10-CM

7 Coding Procedures: CPT

8 Coding Procedures: ICD-9-CM Volume 3 and ICD-10-PCS

9 Complete Coding Practice: ICD-9-CM and CPT

10 Health Claims Form CMS-1500

11 Electronic Claims Management: Using Patient Accounting Software

12 Working with Insurance Companies

13 Receiving Revenues

14 Complete Coding and Claims Practice

Appendix A-Abbreviations

Appendix B-ICD-9-CM Offical Guidelines for Coding and Reporting

Appendix C-1997 Documentation Guidelines for Evaluation and Management Services

Appendix D-Medisoft Advanced, Version 9-Issues and Answers