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  • toofy
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    Good info, thanks!

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  • mpdoc
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    WCI recently featured a medical billing and coding course, by a urologist, so may have some surgical sub specialty applicability.  I haven't used it but it's only $249 - link at the bottom of every page on WCI site, under "Online Courses"

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  • JWeb
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    KZ course is not worth it for a PA/NP. Agree with teaching him or her yourself.

    I went to it and I’m not sure it was even worth it for me.

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  • ENT Doc
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    Chances are your PA or NP is going to have a narrower scope of practice then you, so why not try to teach them yourself with the knowledge you've gained? If you really want to send them to a course why not the one you mentioned?

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  • toofy
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    Hiring first PA/NP

    My group is about to hire our first midlevel. Will probably be a PA.  We each do our own coding and new doctors are always sent to a coding course specific to our specialty which is in our city every year by https://www.karenzupko.com/

    Anyone know of courses we can send a PA to to learn coding?  Or a good way outside of a course for a PA to learn this?
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