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22551, 22552 Boost Your Arthrodesis Accuracy

05th January 2011
Additional neurostimulator and arthrodesis codes are two of the plusses in the new and revised codes your orthopedic practice will have in the coming year. As a matter of fact, CPT will come up with 200 plus new codes in 2011 and revise over 90 codes to... Read >
Author: James Smith

Anticipate 4th and 5th digit changes for ICD-10

26th October 2010
CMS has pointed out that the need to change from ICD 9 to ICD 10 will be effective from October 1, 2013. When that takes place, you will have to get used to selecting codes with definitions that may differ from what you are used to. Start researching an... Read >
Author: James Smith

Duck CVA diagnosis coding pitfalls with 438.13, 438.14

14th June 2010
owever, you will turn to a V code when your neurologist reports. When your neurologist tends to a patient who had a stroke, either now or in the distant past, he may record a number of different conditions, which makes your job tougher. If you remember ... Read >
Author: Nancy

Honda Odyssey Repair Manual Online

22nd April 2010
Vehicular problems and malfunctions have plagued motorists since the first car was ever invented. Anything which has moving parts has the tendency to break down, from the simplest of animals to the human body to the most complex piece of technology; cars ... Read >
Author: chiltonsondemand

Verkhoshansky & Siff Release New Supertraining

10th September 2009
A new edition of the sport science classic "Supertraining" by Prof. Yuri Verkhoshansky and the late Mel Siff is set to be released on September 15, 2009. This will be the first new edition of the book since 2003. This book has been often referred to by st... Read >
Author: Tony Schwartz

Accurately Code for Hematuria with the New ICD-9 Codes

29th May 2009
Hematuria is the presence of red blood cells in the urine. It is one of the most frequent conditions warranting referral to urology. The more specific the coding is, the better for you. But, when you code for hematuria, you'll encounter very few codes whi... Read >
Author: Nancy

How To Train For Mountain Climbing

23rd March 2009
Are you ready for your mountaineering trip? Climbing a mountain isn't like any other activity that you only have to prepare the food, gears and transportation. Apart from those preparations, you also have to physically train yourself if you want to be a m... Read >
Author: Joan Shine

Get Stronger Immune System

30th September 2008
What are Enzymes?Enzymes are Proteins that composed of Amino Acids. These are the basic house bricks of life, arranged in chains that spontaneously wrinkles into 3D structures. These 3D structures confer specificity of function. While all Enzymes are Prot... Read >
Author: keithmiller

How to Save On Toner Cartridges

22nd September 2008
Toner is the most expensive part of the running cost of a printer and as such, many owners constantly seek ways to save on toner cartridges. In effect, statistics indicate that total pay schedules for toner cartridges are seven times more than the cost of... Read >
Author: Rafi Ghanim Michael

Three tips for dealing with customer complaints. (1)

02nd September 2008
Three tips for dealing with customer complaints. (1) The article gives a brief abstract on how to handle complaints. A) Do always make it easy for your customers to complain, even though your business or people do not like complaints. One of your bu... Read >
Author: Lars Schak

How To Hold Dumbbells When You Workout

04th March 2008
In the pursuit of your physical goals you must always be receptive to education. If an opportunity to improve your training presents itself grasp it, learn it and apply it. Sometimes it is huge change such as a brand new training program other times it is... Read >
Author: Global Weight Training
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