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Medical Coding Basics

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  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Humerus






2. Metatarsal






3. a - an






4. Adduction






5. -meter






6. What is hair made of?






7. Metatarsal






8. What is the name of the claim form that is standard for submitting claims?






9. epi






10. How many digits does an ICD-9 Subclassification code have?






11. cholecyst/






12. cephal/






13. How is Medicare's RBRVS calculated?






14. How is Usual - Customary and Reasonable pricing calculated?






15. What is a Colles Fracture?






16. What are the 3 classifications of Hypertension?






17. episi/






18. What does a Surgical Package (aka Global Surgery) include?






19. What does a Surgical Package (aka Global Surgery) include?






20. Supination






21. Impetigo






22. Who does TRICARE cover?






23. Collagen






24. Sphenoid Bones






25. Short Bones






26. oglio






27. Phalanges






28. Tibia






29. When billing an insurance company - what information must be included?






30. tetra






31. What is a Qualified Diagnosis






32. How many bones are in the spine?






33. Infra






34. Transverse/Cross Sectional






35. Occipital Bone






36. What hormones do the adrenal glands secrete?






37. -rrhaphy






38. What is CHAMPVA






39. Proximal






40. -sclerosis






41. -pathy






42. -centisis






43. Fibula






44. Vomer






45. Can you have TRICARE and CHAMPVA at the same time?






46. Maxilla






47. When are E codes used?






48. What is a Comminuted Fracture?






49. Inversion






50. -rrhea