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CPT 2011 (Cpt / Current Procedural Terminology (Professional Edition))
By Michelle Abraham, AMA American Medical Association

Straight from the AMA, the only CPT® codebook with the official CPT coding rules and guidelines. Covers hundreds of code, guideline and text changes, including extensive changes to the surgery section (e.g., Excision and Debridement subsection) for 2011 as well as:

  • Exclusive, only from the AMA! CPT Coding Tips*—this booklet contains important, helpful coding tips developed by trusted AMA CPT experts
  • New! E/M reference tables have been added to summarize the requirements for reporting E/M services and help to select and validate proper E/M coding
  • New! Coding tips added throughout—a select group of helpful tips added throughout each section of the book to aid in better understanding of coding
  • Section-specific table of contents—provide users with an efficient tool to navigate information relevant to the codes listed in each section
  • Anatomical and procedural illustrations incorporated within the code sections-help you code more accurately
  • Reference tables for quick identification of the codes—assist in understanding the definition and differentiation of key parameters in large families of codes
  • Inclusion of CPT® Assistant newsletter citations in Appendix A

  • CPT 2011 Changes: An Insider's View (Cpt Changes: An Insiders View)
    By AMA American Medical Association

    This annual title serves as a reference tool to understand each of the CPT® code changes found in CPT® 2011 codebook. Every new, revised or deleted code, text and guideline change is listed along with a detailed rationale for the change.

    Key Features:
    • Organized by CPT code section and code number, just like the CPT codebook
    • Detailed rationales provide an explanation as to why the code change occurred
    • “At-a-glance” tabular review of 2011 code, text and guideline changes
    • Useful clinical examples, procedural descriptions and illustrations throughout

    Current Procedural Coding Expert 2011 (Compact)
    By Ingenix

    Turn to the resource that goes beyond basic coding with the Ingenix Current Procedural Coding Expert, your CPT coding resource designed for a coder s daily work not the classroom. Equipped with the entire CPT code set, physician practices, outpatient hospitals, and ASCs will benefit from this single, easy-to-navigate resource that arranges codes in a design known to speed coding, billing, and reimbursement. You ll also find a comprehensive listing of annual code additions/changes/deletions/reinstatements in the appendix, new code icons and notes, plus reimbursement information and mid-year changes not found in the American Medical Associations (AMA) CPT code books.

    (CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.)

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