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Medical Coding Certification- ICD9 Question- Shaken Baby Syndrome

Medical Coding Certification- ICD9 Question- Shaken Baby Syndrome www.codingcertification.org This is truly hot off the press, my new recommendations for how to attack the board exam. I have discovered just from feedback from students taking the 2012 version that… and they’ve always had it, multiple codes in the answers. But it seems like there are a majority of them are this way versus just a few. So the question A student preparing for their medical coding certification asks: "Hi Laureen. I have here a question. I get so confused with the choices. Please tell me how to approach the choices so I get the correct answer." This must be from a practice test… "A 9-month old baby boy is diagnosed with Shaken Infant Syndrome with subdural hematoma and retinal hemorrhages. The day care worker told the emergency department physician that she shook the baby to make him stop crying. ( Not a day care I want to take my kids to) . Select the appropriate diagnosis codes for this patient." So this is typically what you would see on a board exam, multiple answers in each… Watch to get the full answer. Get more help to pass your CPC exam. Go to www.codingcertification.org http

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medical coding training Click here to get more cpc exam tips, coding certification training, and ceu credits. www.codingcertification.org So Ruth, tell us a little bit about yourself and where you are in the world right now? Ruth: I was pretty much a stay at home mom and taking care of my parents. And then I got interested into wholistic health counseling which is a matter of you know, teaching people to eat a lot of vegetables and have a good healthy diet and exercise and to do things for their stress. But that, I never made a lot of money with and I decided I would do something different. But I have had a lot of Anatomy and Physiology with that and I decided I’d try medical coding. So that’s how I got interested in medical coding. Boyd: That was… how long ago was that? Ruth: Not that long ago, just August 2011. I started with a course. It wasn’t a very good course. It was an online course and it just had some problems in that. It was very out of date and I found that very frustrating. Plus, there was no one to ask questions on. And so I sort of dropped it for a few months and then I found this great company that Laureen had and her… it was just Blitz videos because I thought I could maybe learn from those… eventually… just whole PBC course, the Physician-Based Coding Course. And I really liked it and I really learned a lot from it. And so that’s how I got to… in just relatively few months, I was able to go through the course and then take my CPC exam which I <b>…</b>

Medical Coding From Home- Case Study Jane-Denker

Medical Coding From Home Click here to get more cpc exam tips, coding certification training, and ceu credits. www.codingcertification.org Laureen: Alright so Alicia is going to interview Jane on… this is just another one of Boyd’s great ideas is why don’t we highlight students so that prospective people on the call can hear how they view the CCO programs. We don’t have a picture. She said the only thing she had on Facebook was a picture of her cat so… Alicia: Jane, let’s start out with a little bit of your background. Jane: Okay, I trained as a nurse and I went ahead, more of as a medical assistant. I had x-ray and labs and I worked in physician’s offices. And then as life got on, I got married, started having children. And I realized that a lot of my time was away from my kids and I didn’t like it. So I was always being asked to help in the business office and whatnot. I also have a degree in business from Portland State and I realized, I like this coding. I like the insurance part. This looks like fun but it’s a lot of work and a lot of time. And so when I was coding, I just sat and said, "I’m going to start medical coding from home." I just kind of laughed at it and well, what’s going to happen? I found in this area, nursing home providers really needed someone to do their billing and their coding. So I star doing that form home. I was able to be around my kids which was wonderful and it just really worked out. And then I thought, "Well you know, I really should <b>…</b>