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Otolaryngology ICD-10 Handbook 2016

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Are you distressed about a whopping 25 to 35 percent drop in productivity from ICD-10-CM implementation and want to boost your ENT coding efficiency and stop claim denials?

Protect your revenue, sharpen coding skills, and speed up claims with the Otolaryngology ICD-10 Handbook 2016. Conquer ICD-10 coding for adenoid hypertrophy, tonsillitis, sinusitis, and nasal polyps. The newly-updated and expanded Otolaryngology ICD-10 Handbook 2016 guides you through the latest hot topics and expert advice for ICD-10 codes for otolaryngology including impacted cerumen, strep throat, hearing loss, enlarged lymph nodes, epistaxis, and many more.

The Otolaryngology ICD-10 Handbook 2016 is jam-packed with nearly 100 articles, readers’ questions, otolaryngology coding and mapping guidelines, and handy references to streamline your ENT coding, including a tool for memorizing ICD-10 codes. Want to nail down external cause coding? Zip through specificity for reporting mycoses diagnoses? Need to clarify coding for Ménière’s disease? Find all of the answers in the Otolaryngology ICD-10 Handbook 2016.

Keep expert guidance at your fingertips in the Otolaryngology ICD-10 Handbook 2016:

  • Get used to a broader descriptor for acute laryngitis
  • Don't cross codes for acute and chronic tracheitis
  • Details are important in assigning code for acute swimmer's ear
  • You have two choices for allergic rhinitis of unspecified cause
  • Are you using all your options for sialoadenitis coding?
  • Choose between two codes for unspecified benign neoplasm of mouth
  • Add 'unspecified' to your acute pharyngitis descriptor
  • Know these options for retained foreign body
  • Sialoadenitis brings more diagnoses with ICD-10
  • Select appropriate dysphagia code based on swallowing phase
  • And much more!


Don’t miss out on critical ICD-10 ENT coding topics that affect your bottom line! Call 1-800-508-2582 or click the link above to get your copy of the Otolaryngology ICD-10 Handbook 2016 today.

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