2022 Fundamentals of Ophthalmic Coding

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2022 Fundamentals of Ophthalmic Coding

2022 Fundamentals of Ophthalmic Coding

Published by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, this essential training manual provides the professional instruction needed to take your ophthalmic coding skills to a new level. Formerly called “Learn to Code the Essentials,” the updated book explains key components integral to ophthalmic coding and documentation. It helps ophthalmologists, administrators, coding staff, scribes and technicians establish and maintain a solid foundation and avoid costly errors that can lead to penalties.

New to ophthalmic coding? This book is a must-have training resource, covering all elements of coding from CPT® to modifiers, testing services and surgical procedures.

Experienced but need to level up? This book can help transform ineffective and outdated coding habits into efficient ones that allow each exam, test and procedure to get properly reimbursed each and every time.

Taking the Ophthalmic Coding Specialist ™ Exam? This is an excellent study guide exam and taking your career to the next level.

Includes information on:

  • Introduction to ophthalmic coding
  • CPT® and ICD-10-CM coding
  • Evaluation and Management and Eye visit code documentation
  • Chart documentation requirements
  • Modifiers
  • Major and minor surgical procedures
  • Testing services
  • Coding compliance competencies
  • Telemedicine requirements for billing
  • Answers to frequently asked questions
  • New articles and fact sheets

"Simply the best, most comprehensive source of beginning ophthalmic coding available anywhere."

Special discount: Save 10% when you buy four or more coding products in a single order. Cumulative purchases across multiple orders will not trigger a discount.

Format: Print book
Page count: Approx. 180 pages
ISBN: 978-1-68104-532-0

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