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What is the best way to use CPC Blitz videos/BHAT™?

If you purchased the CPC Blitz, follow these steps:

1) Watch the Intro, ICD-10 and HCPCS sections.

2) For CPT section, watch each  BHAT™ video then watch the corresponding CPT section training videos. (note: they are in separate workspaces in Podio, but in the same section in your CCO/Nanacast members area.) 

http://members.cco.us/mp/325961

https://podio.com/ccous/bhattm-cave 

 A notice was put up in the BHAT™ Cave. We were asked by the AMA to not show the print version of their CPT this way so we had to take them down. We are just as disappointed as you are but honestly people have been bubbling and highlighting their manuals without seeing every single page for years. Watch the video in the BHAT™ Cave on how to bubble and highlight and do that to each section of CPT before you listen to the lecture. You can the copy the annotations from Blitz videos.

We now have the silent videos for the BHAT™ Cave available again – just a bit different – they are “an artist rendering”  Please see the BHAT™ Cave for more information.

Applying BHAT™ to your CPT manual takes about 20+ hours so plan accordingly. If using in conjunction with CPC Blitz videos as an example we recommend you apply the BHAT™ to the section you are about to learn i.e.. Integumentary Bitz Review. Apply BHAT™ to the integumentary system of your CPT manual then watch the corresponding segment on the review blitz. You can do the same thing with the ICD-10-CM Blitz – apply BHAT™ to that section of ICD-10-CM including relative guideline pages then watch the corresponding segment in the ICD-10-CM Blitz. 

3) Do Blitz CPC Practice Exam which can be found in your member access. Review all rationales – seek help if needed in the weekly student support call found in the Welcome section.

4) Do Free CPC Practice Exam in a timed fashion.

5) If you are not scoring an 85% on practice exams, do more until achieving 85%

If you purchased the CPC Blitz, follow these steps:

1) Watch the Intro, ICD-10 and HCPCS sections.

2) For CPT section, watch each  BHAT™ video then watch the corresponding CPT section training videos. (note: they are in separate workspaces in Podio, but in the same section in your CCO/Nanacast members area.) 

http://members.cco.us/mp/325961

https://podio.com/ccous/bhattm-cave 

 A notice was put up in the BHAT™ Cave. We were asked by the AMA to not show the print version of their CPT this way so we had to take them down. We are just as disappointed as you are but honestly people have been bubbling and highlighting their manuals without seeing every single page for years. Watch the video in the BHAT™ Cave on how to bubble and highlight and do that to each section of CPT before you listen to the lecture. You can the copy the annotations from Blitz videos.

We now have the silent videos for the BHAT™ Cave available again - just a bit different - they are "an artist rendering"  Please see the BHAT™ Cave for more information.

Applying BHAT™ to your CPT manual takes about 20+ hours so plan accordingly. If using in conjunction with CPC Blitz videos as an example we recommend you apply the BHAT™ to the section you are about to learn i.e.. Integumentary Bitz Review. Apply BHAT™ to the integumentary system of your CPT manual then watch the corresponding segment on the review blitz. You can do the same thing with the ICD-10-CM Blitz - apply BHAT™ to that section of ICD-10-CM including relative guideline pages then watch the corresponding segment in the ICD-10-CM Blitz. 

3) Do Blitz CPC Practice Exam which can be found in your member access. Review all rationales - seek help if needed in the weekly student support call found in the Welcome section.

4) Do Free CPC Practice Exam in a timed fashion.

5) If you are not scoring an 85% on practice exams, do more until achieving 85%


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