This is an unabashed ad for the AAP. Their marketing isn’t running on all cylinders, so I’m giving them a boost by sharing this list of upcoming publications. Some of these publications are crucial and I don’t want my clients to missed this them.
My goal the rest of this week? One blog post per day!
NEW! From the American Academy of Pediatrics
New 7th Edition! Medicolegal Issues in Pediatrics offers a wide range of medicolegal topics that affect the practice of pediatrics from residency through retirement. This newly updated resource provides pediatricians with detailed information on common pediatric malpractice claims and specific risk management strategies to reduce the threat of being sued and make it easier to defend a claim. In addition, it explains in simple language the anatomy of a malpractice lawsuit, guidance for coping with malpractice litigation stress, and the basics of professional liability insurance for pediatricians. Resources for managing the specific risks of newborn care, adolescent care, and pediatric emergency medicine are included.
AAP Pediatric Coding Newsletter™—Be sure you’re always current with the
latest pediatric coding changes. Month after month, AAP Pediatric Coding Newsletter™ helps you maximize payment, save time, and implement best business practices to support quality patient care. Included in this annual subscription product is print and online access to broad coverage of coding for pediatric primary care and subspecialty services. And subscribers have priority access to the AAP Coding Hotline. Visit http://coding.aap.org to view a site demonstration and preview a complete issue.
[Please note that PCC clients receive this publication for free for being cool enough to be PCC clients.]
Coding for Pediatrics 2012—New 17th edition of the #1 pediatric coding
and billing resource! For beginners and advanced coders alike, this is the first place to look for pediatric-specific, AAP-endorsed, peer-reviewed coding solutions…all new and updated Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) and International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) pediatric codes…practical recommendations, tips, and techniques…and much more. Turn here for pediatric-specific coding guidance, including all-new clinical vignettes and examples to help resolve common coding conundrums, new self-assessment questions and coding pearls, Web access to continually refreshed updates, and much more.
2012 Pediatric ICD-9-CM Coding Pocket Guide—Convenient go-anywhere
format! Streamline pediatric diagnosis coding with this newly revised reference. Here are the basic guidelines for selecting appropriate codes for commonly encountered pediatric diagnoses and diseases. All 2012 changes to ICD-9-CM codes are indexed by diagnosis and organized alphabetically for easy code identification. Also included is a glossary of key medical abbreviations.
Quick Reference Card for Pediatric Coding and Documentation, 7th Edition
– Newly updated for 2012! This time-saving 8½” x 11″ card puts the most common pediatric CPT codes at your fingertips—including all new and revised 2012 codes. This card is laminated for extra durability.
AAP Pediatric Coding Webinars—Learn the pediatric coding success secrets
of today’s top pros! See how to simplify coding and billing—and expedite payment—with pediatric-specific insights and tips from leading pediatric coding
experts. The AAP Pediatric Coding Webinars series include 1-hour live events filled with pediatric-specific strategies and timely information on internal coding audits, proper E/M documentation, common pediatric office procedures and modifiers, newborn and neonatal coding, ICD-10-transitions, and more. For more information or to register, visit www.aap.org/webinars/coding.
To order these and other pediatric resources visit the American Academy of Pediatrics Online Bookstore at www.aap.org/bookstore or call toll-free 888/227-1770.