This book provides an introduction to medical office nursing by giving an overview of the medical office as well as tips to maximize nursing's role. Students and new clinicians will find the information valuable as they start their medical office nursing career. Topics include location, reimbursement, role, and care provided. The book also examines the use of technology and how medical office nursing has a significant impact on the patient's health across the continuum. Finally, the book explores future trends, especially the medical home, and models of care that derive from the Medical Home. Key Features Explores reasons to become a medical office nurse Clarifies evaluation, care management, safety, risk management, and error prevention Explores technology use in the office Examines business demands, including coding, billing, and reimbursement Details salary and incentives Discusses the medical home Explains how to maximize nurse role Facilitates important decision-making with qhot topicsq and key elementsICD-9 code for back pain, and the CPT code for the surgical procedure (11001a 11999) must be tied to the ICD-9 code for the suspicious mole diagnosis. ... If the nurse gives an injection, there is a CPT code for the administration of the injection and a J code for the medication itself. ... running a fever and has a sore throat.
|Title||:||Fast Facts for the Medical Office Nurse|
|Author||:||Sheila Richmeier, MS, RN, FACMPE|
|Publisher||:||Springer Publishing Company - 2010-05-17|