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Oncology Coding Update: Q0162 Takes the Place of Q0179 in 2012

If your practice reports oral anti-emetics, be sure you’re up on the latest ondansetron coding news or you could start seeing denials.

Don’t worry! Now, with SuperCoder.com’s Oncology & Hematology Coder, you can tap these resources on Medicare’s oral anti-emetic policy.

Oncology & Hematology Coder = Monthly Oncology & Hematology Newsletters (12 issues) + Easy to use online code search and tools

With SuperCoder.com’s Oncology & Hematology Coder, learn how to use oncology & hematology codes correctly as you go with code search connected to thousands of documents including your monthly Oncology & Hematology Coding Alert. Have expert advice about the hottest oncology & hematology coding topics tied to code lookup, LCDs, CCI, and fees and boost your oncology & hematology coding accuracy and safeguard your payments.

Benefits:

  • High-speed workflow with instantaneous search across codesets CPT®, ICD-9, and HCPCS II codes
  • Decreased compliance risk. CCI updates keep your infusion combos COMPLIANT so you don't skid off the green zone
  • Accurate coding. Heaps of expert-guided Oncology & Hematology Coding Alert articles and complete archives provide insider tips, case studies, step-by-step guidance on the of various chemotherapy rules
  • Greater efficiency. 7-in-one Fee Schedules Tool ensures swift revenue benchmarking
  • Hassle-free updates. Web-based solutions = Always up-to-date codes.
  • Effective training. Monthly updates help you educate your staff on the changes that impact your specialty FAST
  • Cost savings. 'Ask an Expert' answers your toughest questions
  • Smoother ICD-10 transition. ICD-10 Bridge with the ICD-10 oncology codes you'll use
  • No exam retakes. 38 AAPC-approved CEUs keep your certification intact at 1 low cost
  • Get instant access to CPT® 2012 code lists and even displays the change details right in your 2011 code search

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • 2012 Update: 96360-96549: Apply these guideline revisions today. Here’s how
  • ICD-10-CM: C54.- Will require more specifics than your current uterine cancer code. Learn more
  • Evaluation and Management: These 3 rules help keep your E/M claims inside the guidelines

Ace CPT® 2012, ICD-9 and HCPCS Oncology & Hematology Codes- Only with Oncology & Hematology Coder