IR & Cardiovascular

Non-Vascular Interventional Coding Webinars

ZHealth Publishing

$398.00

The Non-Vascular Interventional Coding Webinars offer a comprehensive curriculum on Non-Vascular Interventional procedures.

 

CEUs:     3 AHIMA      4 AAPC

Developed by ZHealth Publishing, the industry leader in interventional radiology coding, this series of two webinars offers a comprehensive curriculum on Non-Vascular Interventional procedures.

Part 1: Covers CPT coding of genitourinary, biliary, and gastrointestinal procedures.

Part 2: Covers CPT coding of percutaneous biopsies, abscess and cyst drainages, and tumor ablations.

Updated for 2018!

ZHealth Publishing’s medical coding webinars consist of web-based presentations (90-120 minutes) that are accessible via your computer, at your own pace, on your own schedule. These coding webinars provide medical coding education taught by expert physician coders Dr. David Zielske and Dr. David Dunn. ZHealth Publishing’s webinars are a great option for those who want to learn more about coding and/or earn CEUs but cannot travel to a seminar. Start earning CEUs today!

• Access the post-test and print your CEU certificate(s)
• Webinar must be completed within the same calendar year of purchase
• Only one person is eligible to receive CEUs per webinar purchased
• CEUs Available: AHIMA and AAPC

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ZHealth Publishing is a leader in the world of interventional radiology, cardiology, vascular/endovascular surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, and diagnostic radiology coding. ZHealth Publishing’s team of skilled physicians works to help medical coders and billers, clinicians such as physicians, nurses, and technologists, consultants, and other healthcare professionals improve coding compliance and reimbursement for these complex procedures performed in hospitals and physician offices.

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