Spinal Fusion Coding  

Our spinal fusion coding eBook covers key topics like fusion types, surgical methods, bone grafts, and surgical tools, plus advanced techniques like computer navigation and autograft harvesting. Aimed at enhancing coding precision, compliance, and reimbursement optimization, it's a crucial tool for medical coding excellence.

What's inside:

✓ Reasons for fusion, detailing initial or repeat procedures, and the specific spine region and vertebrae count.
✓ Fusion process specifics, including the spine part, approach, graft type, and instruments or devices used.
✓ Extra procedures during spinal fusion, like discectomy, decompression, hardware removal, computer navigation, nerve monitoring, and autograft harvesting.
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Download our Free Spinal Fusion Coding Self Assessment

This free self assessment will help sharpen your skills in spinal fusion coding. Review the scenario presented and answer four questions to test your knowledge of spinal fusion coding. 

Spinal Fusion Coding Free Resource with Practice Scenario
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Spinal Fusion Coding Training Plan

HIAlearn offers over 200 medical coding courses, catering to both new and seasoned coders among its 1,600+ user community, spanning complex procedures to broad coding concepts. Its Spinal Fusion Training Plan focuses on the essential causes of spinal surgeries and fusions, emphasizing the need for understanding diagnoses for precise ICD-10 reporting. This plan grants access to multiple Coding Clinics, ensuring coders acquire a thorough grasp of spinal fusion procedures.

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