CPT 2007 Professional Edition (CPT / Current Procedural Terminology (Professional Edition))

CPT 2007 Professional Edition (CPT / Current Procedural Terminology (Professional Edition))

ISBN10: 1579477917
ISBN13: 978-1579477912
Author: -
Title: CPT 2007 Professional Edition (CPT / Current Procedural Terminology (Professional Edition))
Publisher: Optuminsight Inc (November 15, 2006)
Language: English
Size ePub: 1390 kb
Size PDF: 1319 kb
Rating: 5.0/5
Votes: 328
Pages: 696 pages
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences

CPT 2007 Professional Edition (CPT / Current Procedural Terminology (Professional Edition))



Straight from the AMA, this is the only CPT[registered] codebook with official CPT coding guidelines developed by the CPT Editorial Panel. It covers hundreds of code, guideline, and text changes, including extensive changes to the Category II and Category III code sections, intravascular surgery revisions, and gynecological issues. AMA Exclusive Official CPT[registered] coding rules and guidelines - Developed by the CPT Editorial Panel, the CPT guidelines and coding rules are necessary to correctly interpret and report medical procedures and services. AMA Exclusive Updated CPT[registered] Assistant and Clinical Examples in Radiology newsletter and CPT[registered] changes book citations - it provides in-depth guidance in order to the CPT code set accurately. There are AMA Exclusive Clinical Examples of the CPT codes for E/M services. It provides a comprehensive and powerful tool for physicians to report the services provided to their patients. There are procedural and anatomical illustrations. There are color-coded symbols, thumb-notch tabs, legends and dictionary-style headers on each page. There are comprehensive appendixes - vascular families; electrodiagnostic medicine listing of sensory, motor, and mixed nerves; genetic testing code modifiers and more. There is summary of additions, deletions, and revisions. It provides a quick reference complete with strikeouts and underlined text, so 2007 code and text changes are apparent without having to refer to previous editions. Place of Service codes come with facility name and description. Learn which codes to use on professional claims to specify the entity where service(s) are rendered.

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