For the blog post this week, I thought I'd share a report to code. This is a HIPAA compliant report and does not contain any PHI. Answers included at the bottom. Please feel free to comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions 🙂 Ok- what do you think the… Continue reading Practice Report To Code
Ok, you might have read the title of this post and wondered why I'd even be writing about this. This is after all a medical coding blog right? Eli Global, LLC probably does not ring a bell. At least for me it didn't when I first read about this. I was like Eli Global, LLC?… Continue reading Eli Global, LLC Charged With Public Corruption and Bribery
Ok, before you even read this post, please keep in mind that this post is not about one specific coding school. There are literally hundreds of medical coding schools out there and some are undoubtedly better than others. This post is just my response to social media threads I see out there where people talk… Continue reading 3 Things Your Medical Coding School Did Not Tell You
Hey Everyone, For this weeks blog post, I thought I'd have you guys ask me questions. What questions do YOU have about diagnostic radiology coding? It can be about CPT, ICD-10, guidelines etc. Is there anything you'd want me to answer? Please post in the comments below or send me an email at email@example.com. I'll… Continue reading Diagnostic Radiology Coding Questions?
For this week's post, I thought I'd talk about just some general things relating to diagnostic radiology coding. Bear in mind, this isn't the be-all-end-all, everything-you-need-to-know guide. This is just what I would tell a new coder who had limited experience with this specialty in a nutshell. First things first--radiologists can be vague in their… Continue reading 10 Things You Need To Know Before Coding Diagnostic Radiology
So, here's a question I see posted in different FB groups every once in a while--Will CAC (Computer Assisted Coding) ever replace medical coders? There is a long and short answer. The short answer is No. The longer answer--still No, but there's more to it than meets the eye. We all know there are some… Continue reading Will CAC (Computer Assisted Coding) Replace Medical Coders?
Everyone knows that coding takes practice, right? I mean it would be really nice if we just woke up one day, and knew how to code all the different specialties. (I admit I still have nightmares about learning how to code E/M). Looking back, I remember a teacher I had who used to say,… Continue reading Practice Report To Code
On the first day of my first coding job, I didn't know what I was doing. I really didn't. I never coded a real radiology report before. I guess I read a few in my coding classes, but it was something that wasn't focused on. Everything I knew about radiology was just based on my… Continue reading My First Day Working As A Medical Coder
Are you a medical coder or medical coding student who wants to learn more about diagnostic radiology coding? There are A LOT of codes in the CPT book and you're probably only familiar with the ones you use everyday. So, if you're a coder in another specialty, or a coding student, you might not know… Continue reading On Sale Now!
Midnight Medical Coding will be offering an online diagnostic radiology coding course starting in January 2019! This course focuses on x-ray CPT coding. You'll learn the most common codes, how to look them up in the book and you'll practice coding HIPAA compliant reports. The course is done at your own pace and I'm always… Continue reading Diagnostic Radiology Online Coding Course