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    Here’s a fun little coding challenge for you. Get out your ICD-10-CM, CPT®, and HCPCS manuals, and see which codes you need to paint the full picture of this scenario. One of your adult patients steps on a rusty nail, which opens up a 1.2 cm   Read more..
    Posted on 5 Apr, 2019
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