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Pediatric Coding Alert

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Get the latest pediatric updates, reimbursement opportunities, and pitfall solutions delivered to you each month!

Difficulty feeding at breast, regurgitation and rumination, bilious vomiting, ‘other’ vomiting, failure to thrive, observation and evaluation for suspected gastrointestinal condition ruled out … There are so many ways to get turned around en route to the precise diagnostic code for neonate feeding issues.

And then there are new codes for neonatal transitory disorders involving newborns affected by maternal drug use and electrolyte and metabolic disturbances, as well as new codes for cyberbullying, neglect, exploitation, and more.

Don’t risk your hard-earned pay.

TCI’s Pediatric Coding Alert covers the spectrum of pediatric coding and reimbursement issues to equip you and your team to conquer top-trending reporting pitfalls.

Tap into vital monthly guidance with your risk-free subscription to this invaluable resource—and keep pace with code and guideline changes, regulatory updates, CCI edits, and revisions to modifiers, payer policies, the fee schedule, OIG target areas, and much more.

Every issue of Pediatric Coding Alert lays out a wealth of revenue-boosting information, breaking down the challenges you face and delivering money-in-the-bank answers to questions like:

  • A young patient came in complaining of a sore throat; the nurse ran a rapid strep test and used R07.0 in the electronic health record (EHR). The test results were negative, and doctor documented viral sore throat. Should we use R07.0 or J02. to bill the strep test?
  • While making rounds at the local hospital, our pediatrician transferred a newborn patient to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Should we report 99460 or 99477 for this scenario?
  • We treated a patient with a second-degree burn to the palm of her left hand when she accidentally placed it around Mom’s hot curling iron. How should we code this encounter?
  • Can we bill codes such as 87624 or 87800 if our office collects samples to send to the lab to test for human papillomavirus (HPV), or chlamydia or gonorrhea?


Our pediatric coding experts Bruce Pegg, MA, CPC-A and Donelle Holle, RN brings you years of clinical coding experience and insights. Pediatric Coding Alert will help you overcome even the toughest coding challenges. In fact, we’re so confident that your subscription will pay for itself countless times over that we stand behind it with our 100% Money-Back Satisfaction Guarantee.

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Specialty-Specific Extras Included in Your Subscription

SuperCoder’s Specialty Alert Archive
Subscribers will get unlimited access to a keyword-searchable database on SuperCoder.com, where you can find solutions to reporting challenges in archived issues of Pediatric Coding Alert. This is a $199.95 value!

SuperCoder’s Webinar Archive (6 AAPC-approved CEUs)
Grow your skill set as TCI’s domain experts walk you through the top claim errors and code changes with unlimited access to our webinars!

Up to 24 AAPC-approved CEUs per year
Meet your annual CEU requirements without added expense. You’ll earn up to 6 more CEUs by passing short quizzes, as well as another 12 CEUs by subscribing to our FREE biweekly coding newsletter, SuperCoder Bolt. In total, that’s 24 AAPC-approved CEUs!

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