A medical coding ICD-9 book or software program contains detailed information concerning a variety of health conditions along with a numerical set of numbers. Each disease or health condition is assigned a specialized code that is used for identification purposes when submitting documents to insurance carriers for reimbursement. Health care employees such as medical coders and secretaries require a medical coding ICD-9 as part of their job while working in medical facilities, including physician's offices, hospitals and nursing homes.Unless otherwise indicated, these guidelines apply to all health care settings. These guidelines are specific to individual chapters in the ICD-9-CM manual. Many of them will be covered in the modules on common home care diagnosis coding.
|Title||:||Medical Coding ICD-9 (Speedy Study Guides)|
|Publisher||:||Speedy Publishing LLC - 2014-07-03|