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Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Treating Spasticity in Pediatric Neurology Patients

Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Treating Spasticity in Pediatric Neurology Patients

Hear nationally recognized ICD-10 expert and Libman Education course author Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA, discuss Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Treating Spasticity in Pediatric Neurology Patients in this free, brief presentation.   Need comprehensive and complete pediatrics coding guidance? Then consider Libman Education’s Pediatrics Coding Suite — authored by nationally recognized coding experts Lynn Kuehn and Gail […]

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Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Meningeal Repair

Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Meningeal Repair

Hear nationally recognized ICD-10 expert and Libman Education course author Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA, discuss Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Meningeal Repair in this free, brief presentation.   Need comprehensive and complete pediatrics coding guidance? Then consider Libman Education’s Pediatrics Coding Suite — authored by nationally recognized coding experts Lynn Kuehn and Gail I. Smith! Learn more […]

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CMS Has Revised NCD 20.4 – Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (ICDs)

CMS Has Revised NCD 20.4 – Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (ICDs)

Libman Education is proud to offer ZHealth Publishing’s broad range of coding products to assist both the novice and the seasoned coder to become experts at coding and charging for complex procedures in Interventional Radiology, Interventional Cardiology, Vascular/Endovascular Surgery, and Diagnostic Radiology. Periodically, ZHealth Publishing experts offer general recommendations in response to specific customer inquiries. […]

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ICD-10-PCS: Guideline B4.1c — Where is the Furthest Site?

ICD-10-PCS: Guideline B4.1c — Where is the Furthest Site?

by Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA I never thought much about the “furthest anatomical site” until ICD-10-PCS Guideline B4.1c was added for 2018. This guideline says that when a procedure is performed on a continuous section of a tubular body part, we assign the body part that corresponds to the furthest anatomical site from […]

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Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Approaches to the Brain

Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Approaches to the Brain

Hear nationally recognized ICD-10 expert and Libman Education course author Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA, discuss Pediatric Neurosurgical Coding: Approaches to the Brain in this free, brief presentation.   Need comprehensive and complete pediatrics coding guidance? Then consider Libman Education’s Pediatrics Coding Suite — authored by nationally recognized coding experts Lynn Kuehn and Gail […]

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