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Posted by medical-coding-resources on April 5, 2009 at 9:49 AM










Dear Codapedist:

This week Codapedia? went live!
We are delighted to announce today the on-schedule launch of  You are receiving this alert because you asked us to let you know when the site goes live.

Codapedia? is the largest collaborative online free encyclopedia for medical coding and reimbursement for physician services.  Codapedia? is being unveiled this week at two important annual meetings:  The AAPC in Las Vegas, (Booth 602) and HIMSS, in Chicago. (Booth 3384)

Codapedia? is a wikipedia for physician services, providing free, user-generated content. The easy-to-access content features expert articles, forums, resources and links to definitive citations. Advertisers will pay to place ads on the site, and the centerpiece of Codapedia is the feature of video advertising.

Codapedia? offers coders, physicians, and anyone interested in reimbursement two important opportunities: to share their hard-found expertise with other coders and to find knowledge that they need to do their jobs.  

Be part of the launch. Codapedia? is free. Read an article, post a question, and join a discussion forum. Spread the word.  The strength of Codapedia? will be in the number of users and "Codapedists" who join the conversation.  Tell your colleagues.  Be part of history!

This is just the beginning. More features and interactivity are on the way. We'll constantly be asking for feedback from our viewers to assure Codapedia
? delivers the most comprehensive content and best user experience possible.

Codapedia? is created in association with Betsy Nicoletti, MS, CPC, President of Medical Practice Consulting, and Greenbranch Publishing, Publisher of the 25-year old, Journal of Medical Practice Management?, and a team of editorial content "Codapedists" from around the nation.  Codapedia? has tapped into a community of knowledgeable coders and experts, "Codapedists," who will contribute non-copyrighted information to the searchable database.

  Remember I always say you do not have to pay for a resource, tool or coding guide, as you can see from above those of us coders who have been

around for awhile and more than happy to help you for free!!!!!


Categories: How to Code Questions

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