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Test your CPT coding knowledge for penetrating trauma(Comments Off on Test your CPT coding knowledge for penetrating trauma)
This column describes several penetrating trauma clinical scenarios to test the reader’s CPT coding knowledge.
An overview of ACS coding workshops, including topics covered at the sessions and registration information, is provided in this column.
Reporting unlisted CPT codes, and fee-setting considerations for these codes, are the focus of this month’s column.
Information regarding nine new codes for reporting dialysis circuit interventions is provided.
An update is provided on correct coding for hernia repair and complex abdominal wall reconstruction.
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