Medical Insurance: A Guide to Coding and Reimbursement

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McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Feb 16, 2004 - Medical - 562 pages
Designed for the one-semester medical insurance course, Medical Insurance provides clear, focused, and authoritative instruction on medical insurance and reimbursement, with an emphasis on electronic processing. All types of medical insurance are covered, and examples in the text represent a realistic mix of managed care and fee-based plans. The program teaches basic medical coding and coding compliance, because this knowledge is essential for ensuring maximum appropriate reimbursement for reported healthcare services. A new chapter on HIPAA features the rules on transactions and code with detailed coverage of claim transmission and remittance advice.

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