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What represent procedures, services and durable medical equipment? HCPCS
Coding that is done while the patient is still in the facility is known as: Concurrent Coding
What are the 4 agencies known as the Cooperating Parties that have the responsibilities for maintaining and updating the ICD-9-CM? AHA, NCHS, HCFA & AHIMA
How many volumes are in the ICD-9-CM? The ICD-9-CM Consist of 3 Volumes
What are the are terms in parenthesis following the main terms? Nonessential Modifiers
What ICD-9-CM codes represents external causes of injury and poisoning? E-Codes
What ICD-9-CM codes are found in the alphabetic index and are used by the cancer categories? M-codes
What ICD-9-CM are used to describe the main reason for the patient’s visit in cases where the patient is not sick? V-Codes
Created by: Mackey1