Best Medical Management & Reimbursement Books
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1. Medical Billing & Coding For Dummies
Author: by Karen Smiley
The definitive guide to starting a successful career in medical billing and coding With the healthcare sector growing at breakneck speedit’s currently the largest employment sector in the U.S. And expanding fastmedical billing and coding specialists are more essential than ever.
These critical experts, also known as medical records and health information technicians, keep systems working smoothly by ensuring patient billing and insurance data are accurately and efficiently administered. This updated edition provides everything you need to beginand then excel inyour chosen career.
From finding the right study course and the latest certification requirements to industry standard practices and insider tips for dealing with government agencies and insurance companies, Medical Billing & Coding For Dummies has you completely covered. Find out about the flexible employment options available and how to qualify Understand the latest updates to the ICD-10 Get familiar with ethical and legal issues Discover ways to stay competitive and get ahead The prognosis is goodget this book today and set yourself up with the perfect prescription for a bright, secure, and financially healthy future!
2. You Are The Team: 6 Simple Ways Teammates Can Go From Good To Great
Author: by Michael G. Rogers
A must read for every member of your team if you are serious about upping the level of teamwork. Finally, a book to help members of your team(s) and/or organization(s) to become stronger and more connected and committed team players.
You Are the Team6 Simple Ways Teammates Can Go from Good to Great is both engaging and practical. Author Michael Rogers uses a variety of inspiring and entertaining stories to highlight each concept in the book. Thought-provoking introspective questions are found at the end of each section to help readers reflect on how they are currently applying each team concept.
The end of the book includes an eye-opening assessment with 32 questions to gauge the overall effectiveness of each member of your team. After reading You Are the Team, members of your team and/or in your organization will think differently about how they personally contribute to teamwork.
Inspire and move members of your team to:Work more selflessly by focusing on the team firstHonor commitments by doing what they say they will doBe more honest, bold and direct in discussions, including meetingsTake accountability for their performanceProactively seek and embrace feedback from teammatesImprove personal gratitude for leaders and teammatesBring more positive energy to the teamRefrain from negativity and gossipCompliment more regularly and celebrate successes more frequentlyBe more respectful and kinderDemonstrate greater empathy and improve understandingGo the extra mile for the teamImprove personal focus on goalsBring solutions, not problemsInspire and leadWould you agree that team members committing and acting on just a few of these concepts would improve connection, collaboration and ultimately teamwork?
3. Compassionomics (The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference)
Author: by Stephen Trzeciak
A 34-year-old man fighting for his life in the Intensive Care Unit is on an artificial respirator for over a month. Could it be that his chance of getting off the respirator is not how much his nurses know, but rather how much they care?
A 75-year-old woman is heroically saved by a major trauma center only to be discharged and fatally struck by a car while walking home from the hospital. Could a lack of compassion from the hospital staff have been a factor in her death?
Compelling new research shows that health care is in the midst of a compassion crisis. But the pivotal question is this: Does compassion really matter? In Compassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference, physician scientists Stephen Trzeciak and Anthony Mazzarelli uncover the eye-opening data that compassion could be a wonder drug for the 21st century.
Now, for the first time ever, a rigorous review of the science – coupled with captivating stories from the front lines of medicine – demonstrates that human connection in health care matters in astonishing ways. Never before has all the evidence been synthesized together in one place.
4. ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Coding Handbook with Answers 2021
Author: by Nelly Leon-Chisen
The ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Coding Handbook is the only guide published in collaboration with the Central Office on ICD-10-CM/PCS of the American Hospital Association. ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS are the HIPAA code set standards for diagnosis and inpatient procedures in the U.S.
Handbook content reflects revisions of the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting as well as AHA Coding Clinic for ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS content published through May 2020. The handbook s format and style of presentation follows that of previous editions inspired by the Faye Brown approach to coding instruction.
The text leads students to logical answers and provides primary supporting sources. This logical approach has enabled the Handbook to become the most popular textbook for training hospital and physician office coding professionals. More than 50 four-color illustrations of anatomy and common disorders and procedures make it easier for readers to remember and absorb complex information.
5. Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor's Reflections on Race and Medicine
Author: by Damon Tweedy
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER ONE OF TIME MAGAZINE’S TOP TEN NONFICTION BOOKS OF THE YEARA LIBRARY JOURNAL BEST BOOK SELECTION A BOOKLIST EDITORS’ CHOICE BOOK SELECTIONOne doctor’s passionate and profound memoir of his experience grappling with race, bias, and the unique health problems of black AmericansWhen Damon Tweedy begins medical school, he envisions a bright future where his segregated, working-class background will become largely irrelevant.
Instead, he finds that he has joined a new world where race is front and center. The recipient of a scholarship designed to increase black student enrollment, Tweedy soon meets a professor who bluntly questions whether he belongs in medical school, a moment that crystallizes the challenges he will face throughout his career.
Making matters worse, in lecture after lecture the common refrain for numerous diseases resounds, More common in blacks than in whites. Black Man in a White Coat examines the complex ways in which both black doctors and patients must navigate the difficult and often contradictory terrain of race and medicine.
6. Understanding Health Policy: A Clinical Approach, Eighth Edition
Author: by Thomas Bodenheimer
The most trusted and comprehensive guide to the healthcare systemfully updated with the latest changes and trendsA Doody’s Core Title for 2021! Understanding Health Policy: A Clinical Approach provides everything you need to master the healthcare system’s nuances and complexities, work more effectively with other members of healthcare teams, and identify areas in need of change.
Written by practicing primary care physicians who are experts in healthcare policy, this peerless guide covers the entire scope of the U.S. Healthcare system and draws on lessons from systems in other nations. The authors carefully weave key principles, descriptions, and concrete examples into chapters that make vital health policy issues interesting and understandable.
Whether you’re a student, medical practitioner, or public policy professional, you will come away with a clearer, more systematic way of thinking about our healthcare system, its biggest challenges, and the most effective ways of making it better for everyone.
7. Mastering Communication with Seriously Ill Patients: Balancing Honesty with Empathy and Hope
Author: by Anthony Back
Cambridge University Press
Physicians who care for patients with life-threatening illnesses face daunting communication challenges. Patients and family members can react to difficult news with sadness, distress, anger, or denial. This book defines the specific communication tasks involved in talking with patients with life-threatening illnesses and their families.
Topics include delivering bad news, transition to palliative care, discussing goals of advance-care planning and do-not-resuscitate orders, existential and spiritual issues, family conferences, medical futility, and other conflicts at the end of life.Drs. Anthony Back, Robert Arnold, and James Tulsky bring together empirical research as well as their own experience to provide a roadmap through difficult conversations about life-threatening issues.
The book offers both a theoretical framework and practical conversational tools that the practicing physician and clinician can use to improve communication skills, increase satisfaction, and protect themselves from burnout.
8. The NP Guide: Essential Knowledge for Nurse Practitioner Practice
Author: by Dr. Kevin Letz
Business Essentials for Nurse PractitionersCovers the non-clinical topics important to nurse practitioner practice
9. ICD-10-CM Documentation 2021: Essential Chartin Guidance to Support Medical Necessity
Author: by AMA
ICD-10-CM requires very specific documentation to correctly choose diagnostic codes, a skill that both coders and physicians must master to code successfully. Moving beyond the transition to ICD-10, the new edition focuses on the key role proper documentation plays in supporting medical necessity.
ICD-10-CM Documentation 2021 brings coders and physicians together to ensure documentation success, identifying all ICD-10-CM documentation requirements using detailed checklists. Designed for use alongside an ICD-10-CM codebook, this comprehensive training guide provides all the tools necessary to conduct an effective documentation analysis and to create a corrective action plan, making it ideal for both non-facility and facility coders.
The chapter organization mirrors the structure of codebooks and all guidance is geared toward the process of code decision-making. In addition, exercises and quizzes test knowledge and understanding of key points throughout the book. FEATURES AND BENEFITSNew codes, revisions and deletions, plus guideline updates for 2021 – final changes will be integrated into every pertinent chapter, checklist, scenario and quizDetailed, full-page anatomy illustrations – for better interpretation of clinical notesChecklists to identify documentation elements – for categories, subcategories and codesChecklists for specialty-specific documentation – to review current records and identify any documentation deficienciesICD-10-CM documentation scenarios – display documentation requirements with important elements highlightedCDI checklists – identify common documentation deficiencies faced when coding COPD, Pneumonia and Sepsis/SIRSGlossary of Medical TerminologyScenarios – illustrate required documentation in ICD-10-CM with additional ICD-10 requirements highlighted so readers can understand where the documentation will appear in common coding scenarios based on real-life health care encountersEnd of chapter quizzes – dive into coding practice with the conditions discussed in each chapter
10. Building Your Ideal Private Practice: A Guide for Therapists and Other Healing Professionals
Author: by Lynn Grodzki
A much-anticipated second edition to this classic practice-building text. Building Your Ideal Private Practice, a best-seller in its genre, is now fully revised after its original publication in 2000. Much has changed for therapists in private practice over the past fifteen years, including the widespread encroachment by insurance and managed care into the marketplace, the density of new therapists as over 600,000 therapists nation-wide try to stay viable, and the role of the Internet in marketing services.
The revision of Building Your Ideal Private Practice is a comprehensive guide, updated with six new chapters and targeted for therapists at all stages of private practice development. It covers the essential how-to questions for those starting out in practice and explains the common pitfalls to avoid.
For those already in practice, worried about profitability in an age of increasing competition, the author offers informed strategies such as the best way to create websites and other online marketing to find clients, and then goes further to explain how to retain the new breed of fickle clients who shop for therapists online, but are hard to satisfy.
11. In Shock: My Journey from Death to Recovery and the Redemptive Power of Hope
Author: by Rana Awdish
St. Martin's Press
October 24, 2017
A riveting first-hand account of a physician who’s suddenly a dying patient, In Shock “searches for a glimmer of hope in life’s darkest moments, and finds it. The Washington PostDr. Rana Awdish never imagined that an emergency trip to the hospital would result in hemorrhaging nearly all of her blood volume and losing her unborn first child.
But after her first visit, Dr. Awdish spent months fighting for her life, enduring consecutive major surgeries and experiencing multiple overlapping organ failures. At each step of the recovery process, Awdish was faced with something even more unexpected: repeated cavalier behavior from her fellow physiciansindifference following human loss, disregard for anguish and suffering, and an exacting emotional distance.
Hauntingly perceptive and beautifully written, In Shock allows the reader to transform alongside Awidsh and watch what she discovers in our carefully-cultivated, yet often misguided, standard of care. Awdish comes to understand the fatal flaws in her profession and in her own past actions as a physician while achieving, through unflinching presence, a crystalline vision of a new and better possibility for us all.
12. ICD-10-CM Quick Learn (Quick Learn Guides)
Author: by Randall A. Simmons
Quick Learn Guides
UPDATED FOR CHANGES IN 2021! This interactive study guide, with pro-level tips and interesting scenario-based exercises, is the one essential tool you need to master the often-confusing new ICD-10 conventions and guidelines. This unique don’t-sweat-it style of learning cuts to the chase and simplifies learning while progressing from basic concepts to more difficult scenarios.LEARN BY DOING.
You’ll jump right in, using the ICD-10-CM from the very beginning. More than 1500 exercises not only provide the answers immediately, but also show the step-by-step process and reasoning in selecting exactly the right code. SCENARIO-BASED EXERCISES. Each chapter ends with challenging exercises to practice the new learning.QUICK QUIZZES.
Scattered throughout the text reinforce learning from previous chapters. HALF-TIME AND FINAL REVIEWS offer excellent practice and self-evaluation. You’ll enjoy IT’S ALL GREEK (OR LATIN) TO ME! A surprisingly simple technique of graphics and exercises to demystify long, foreign-sounding medical terminology.
13. Ccds Exam Study Guide
Author: by Fran Jurcak
The first two years of a Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) specialist’s career often feels like a whirlwind of learning. Many in the field call it the steepest learning curve of their professional lives. After their two-year anniversary, committed individuals can show their professional dedication by sitting for the Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) exam.
The CCDS Exam Study Guide, Fourth Edition, helps those ready to sit for the test ensure they’re prepared to excel. The latest edition aligns the testing content domains in a chronological manner with how new CDI professionals obtain core skill sets.
The Study Guide provides targeted information regarding test objectives prepared by the CCDS Certification Committee, letting candidates focus their time on areas of CDI practice with which they are least familiar. This new version includes updates related to changes in Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting, Coding Clinic ICD-10-CM/PCS recommendations, new query practice guidance from ACDIS/AHIMA Guidelines for Achieving a Compliant Query Practice, and information on emerging CDI activities related to clinical validation and record reviews for quality-of-care concerns.
14. AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Disease and Injury Causation
Author: by M.D. Melhorn, J. Mark
Amer Medical Assn
“The second edition of AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Disease and Injury Causation is dedicated to updating the science, expanding the focus, and including additional perspectives to improve the understanding of causation, which will eventually improve the treatment outcomes for the injured worker as they stay-at-home or return-to-work”-Provided by publisher.
15. The Doctors Guide to Smart Career Alternatives and Retirement
Author: by Dr. Cory S. Fawcett
NORTH AMERICAN BOOK AWARDS GOLD MEDALIST 2018Escape Call.Live Well.Enjoy Your Work. Are you a physician fed up and ready to leave your healthcare career? It doesn’t have to end that way. In The Doctor’s Guide to Smart Career Alternatives, Dr. Cory S.
Fawcett lays out a number of smart alternatives and ways to repurpose your professional career so you can continue doing what you love about medicine and stop doing what you don’t. If you are ready to leave medicine, read this book before you make your move.
Uncover your motivation for wanting a changeFind a new career that utilizes your existing skills and experienceLearn from the experiences of other doctors in clinical and nonclinical careers Know the ins and outs of semi retiring or fully retiring from the practice of medicine Understand passive income and how to handle your finances in retirement This third book in The Doctors Guide series shows you how to escape the pressure and burnout of typical healthcare careers and gives you a number of practical career options to apply your medical skills in ways you’ve probably never thought of.
16. Financial Management of Health Care Organizations: An Introduction to Fundamental Tools, Concepts and Applications
Author: by William N. Zelman
This new Fourth Edition of Financial Management of Health Care Organizations, offers an introduction to the most-used tools and techniques of health care financial management, including health care accounting and financial statements; managing cash, billings and collections; making major capital investments; determining cost and using cost information in decision-making; budgeting and performance measurement; and pricing.
New to this edition: The Perspectives sections and the glossary have been updated. The book features a cutting-edge view of the health care landscape in 2013 and beyond after passage and pending implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Areas of expanded content include revised examples of financial statements for both private non-profit hospitals and investor-owned hospital management companies, changes in bad debt and charity care, the role of financial statements, the discount rate or cost of capital, lease financing section, use of cost information, budgeting, cost centers, and current forms of reimbursement Content new to this edition includes valuation of accounts receivable and the “waterfall” effect of cash collections, differences between Posting-Date and Service-Date reporting methodologies, calculation of effective annual interest rate, application of time value of money in perspectives, and Activity-Based Costing from the perspective of labor, supplies, and equipment.