CPC Coding Exam Review 2012: The Certification Step, by Carol J. Buck builds the confidence to succeed and take your medical coding career to the subsequent step. Comprehensive review content based on the AAPC CPC® exam covers every little thing you should know to go your exams.
Reflecting the skilled perception of leading coding educator Carol J. Buck, this whole examination evaluation shows you step-by-step by way of the entire content covered on the CPC® examination, including anatomy and terminology for every organ system; reimbursement ideas; an outline of CPT, ICD-9-CM, and HCPCS coding; and more.
Moreover, this book focuses on exams and last examination modeled on the actual CPC® exam simulate the examination expertise to present you a head begin on certification success. It presents students with the fundamentals of how you can select codes and comply with coding guidelines. CPC Coding Exam Review 2012: The Certification Step also supplies extra in depth look at conditions and procedures that are classified all through the coding systems.
By changing into more aware of all of the situations and procedures which can be classified inside each section, the coding student not only enhances their knowledge of medical terminology and pathophysiology, but additionally develops a higher stage of understanding of how each part is classified.
Companion Evolve internet site features a pre-exam and post-examination with solutions and rationales that help you monitor your studying, determine areas the place you want extra study, and overcome take a look at anxiety. A remaining examination positioned in the text simulates the actual testing experience you’ll encounter once you take the CPC® exam.
Concise outline format helps you shortly access key information and research extra efficiently. Real-world, physician-based mostly coding circumstances provide additional practice and preparation for the CPC exam.
CPC® Coding Exam Review 2013 with ICD-9-CM: The Certification Step, 1e [Paperback]
Carol J. Buck
Saunders; 1 edition (December 28, 2012)