Medical Billing & Coding Demystified

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 21, 2006 - Medical - 350 pages

Clueless? Feel Like a Dummy? Get Demystified!

This handy resource clearly explains the principles and practices used by medical offices, hospitals, and health facilities to encode medical services in order to receive payment from government agencies and insurance companies.

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Medical Billing and Coding
1
Chapter 2 Ethical and Legal Aspects of Medical Billing
21
Chapter 3 Medical Terminology and Procedures
41
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About the author (2006)

Marilyn Burgos teaches medical billing and coding at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Donya Johnson is a Fairleigh Dickinson University faculty member, where she teaches classes in medical billing and coding.

Jim Keogh is on the faculty of Columbia University and is the coauthor of Microbiology Demystified and Pharmacology Demystified.

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