The TCI site will be undergoing maintenance starting at 11:30 PM ET on Friday. Feb. 23. Estimated downtime is 5 hours. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Pathology Coding Handbook 2016

Select Options

  • E-Book $169.00
  • Print $189.00
  • Suggested Add-on:
  • Pathology/Lab Coding Alert (E-Subscription) $199.95
  • Clinical Laboratory Coding Handbook 2016 (Print) $189.00
Out of Stock

An exhaustive resource for your pathology practice management!

Do you find staying compliant with the ever-changing and often-uncertain pathology coding, billing, and reimbursement rules a constant challenge?

The Coding Institute’s Pathology Coding Handbook 2016 will help you conquer these issues and more. Learn how to report primary and consultation surgical pathology services — the bread and butter of most pathology practices and a huge part of your everyday work. You’ll also find expert advice for reporting ancillary services — special stains, immunohistochemistry (IHC), in situ hybridization, (ISH), and more.

Nail down how to report cytopathology specimens, from non-Gyn specimens to FNAs to Pap tests, and how to code your pathologist’s transfusion medicine services and professional interpretation or consultation on clinical lab test results.

Plus, get Appendices including “Alphabetic Inventory of Surgical Pathology Specimens” to streamline your 88302-88309 coding; “PQRS Pathology Quality Measures”; and “Common Pathology Procedure MUE Limits.”

Take a peek at just some of the expert advice you’ll find Pathology Coding Handbook 2016:

  • Grasp these icd-10 coding basics: 4 steps focus your neoplasm coding
  • Limit peripheral smear to Medicare inpatients
  • Surgical pathology and ancillary services checkpoint
  • Overcome CCI payment hurdle for 80500, 80502
  • Look for mips to centralize quality reporting
  • HIPAA compliance — prepare for phase 2 audits coming your way
  • Hot tips for anatomic pathology coding
  • Insight into PQRS and other “pay for performance” programs that could earn you $$ in bonuses — or cost you $$ in penalties
  • Directions for using “multiplex” codes for ISH and IHC
  • Tips for mastering “medical necessity” reporting
  • And more!


Learn how to capitalize on your pathology practice’s earning power with the Pathology Coding Handbook 2016

Call 1-800-508-2582 or click the link above today to order the Pathology Coding Handbook 2016 and get authoritative guidance to hold onto your revenue.

E-subscriptions for alerts and e-books are not printable.
Specialty Handbooks
Please Enter Details
Please enter the above characters in the box*