williamcfritsch
williamcfritsch

Medical Coding

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30.00 USD /single lesson (60 min.)
Science / Other

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nick williamcfritsch
country United States
languages English, German, Greek, Latin
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Experience: 10 years

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Medical Coding: I have been a medical coding instructor since 2010.  The subject-matter of this tutoring includes medical terminology, coding systems (i.e., diagnostic codes, procedural codes, pharmaceutical codes), reference classications (including WHO, ICD-9, ICD-10, DSM-IV, DSM-V), academic subjects (e.g., pathophysiology, physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, biology, chemistry), and even reference manuals (e.g., The Merck Manual, Gray's Anatomy).  My clients coursework usually involves multiple-choice questions that ask the client to code from hypothetical physician's notes, laboratory results, and other information; reference classifications are used as a resource for coding. Although somewhat unusual for medical coding, my educational experience had involved extensive knowledge of the ancient languages (Greek, Latin, and even German).  Medical coders need these languages to understand the terminology used in coding language if they are to expect competency. In tutoring for medical coding I emphasize the role of root words in coding with precision and accuracy. We have been a medical coding instructor since 2010. The subject-matter of this tutoring includes medical terminology, coding systems (i.e., diagnostic codes, procedural codes, pharmaceutical codes), reference classifications (including WHO, ICD-9, ICD-10, DSM-IV, DSM-V), academic subjects (e.g., pathophysiology, physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, biology, chemistry), and even reference manuals (e.g., The Merck Manual, Gray's Anatomy). Our clients’ coursework usually involves multiple-choice questions that ask the client to code from hypothetical physician's notes, laboratory results, and other information; reference classifications are used as a resource for coding. Although somewhat unusual for medical coding, our experience had involved extensive knowledge of the ancient languages (Greek, Latin, and even German). Medical coders need these languages to understand the terminology used in coding language if they are to expect competency. In tutoring for medical coding we emphasize the role of root words in coding with precision and accuracy. I have been a medical coding instructor since 2010. The subject-matter of this tutoring includes medical terminology, coding systems (i.e., diagnostic codes, procedural codes, pharmaceutical codes), reference classifications (including WHO, ICD-9, ICD-10, DSM-IV, DSM-V), academic subjects (e.g., pathophysiology, physiology, anatomy, pharmacology, biology, chemistry), and even reference manuals (e.g., The Merck Manual, Gray's Anatomy). My clients coursework usually involves multiple-choice questions that ask the client to code from hypothetical physician's notes, laboratory results, and other information; reference classifications are used as a resource for coding. Although somewhat unusual for medical coding, my educational experience had involved extensive knowledge of the ancient languages (Greek, Latin, and even German). Medical coders need these languages to understand the terminology used in coding language if they are to expect competency. In tutoring for medical coding I emphasize the role of root words in coding with precision and accuracy.