Alicia: This is our lineup.

Boyd: We’re going to start off with Tammy here talking about NCCI Edits and then JoAnne is going to talk about NCCI – Commercial Insurance & Coding, 99211 Codes, New Baby Office Visits (I know a lot about that having a one-year old now), Analyzing Financial Reports as a Practice Manager. Then,

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Alicia is going to finish us up with HIV ICD-9 and ICD-10 possibly codes? Integumentary ICD-9 Skin Issues, and Back to Basics – or what I’d like to say a “medical coding basics” around Cardiology.

So, Tammy, let’s get started with you and I’m going to turn my camera off and give you the floor here.

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About the Author:

Alicia has been working in the medical field for over 20 years. She first learned about medical coding while working in a medical records department at a resort town hospital near where she was raised. Through the years she has held several jobs in the medical field from, CNA, EMT, Pharmacy technician and Medial Records Abstractor and Analyst. Outside of the medical field she has worked as a Real Estate agent, and owned her own on-line retail business. The medical field has always been where she felt the most comfortable. Alicia has taught medical coding, billing and medical law and ethics at a private college. She also did contract work in HCC Risk Adjustment and discovered she really enjoyed ICD work. Because she loves to learn Alicia is working towards her Masters in Health Care Administration with an emphasis on education. Having taken many online classes through the years to complete her degree she feels very comfortable with both face to face and on-line learning. Alicia will tell you that not only does she love medical coding but she has a passion for teaching it. Alicia lives in the middle of Texas with her husband who is a Pastor, five of her six children, three dogs and two cats.

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