CCS Medical Coding Practice Exam

This CCS (certified coding specialist) medical coding practice exam has questions and answers related to different medical terminology, various disease processes and pharmacology.

Results

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Correct Answers:

1. Correct Coding Initiative Manual

2. 15100 (split graft trunk, 100 sq. cm. or less), 15101 (each additional 100 sq. cm), 15101, 15101

3. Level II

4. Subsequent hospital care, follow-up inpatient consultations, established patient

5. 411.1 Intermediate coronary syndrome

6. 9 final diagnoses codes and 6 procedures

7. \”Incident to\” services

8. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act 1996 (HIPAA)

9. 770.8 Transient Tachypnea of Newborn

10. Physician billing

11. Revenue codes

12. History, Examination, Medical Decision Making

13. APGs

14. Ambulance service provided under arrangement by provider of service

15. Should be coded to 997.1 postoperative cardiac complication, 427.1 paroxsymal ventricular tachycardia

16. 4 final diagnoses codes

You did not pass this time but I have a lot of confidence in you!

Correct Answers:

1. Correct Coding Initiative Manual

2. 15100 (split graft trunk, 100 sq. cm. or less), 15101 (each additional 100 sq. cm), 15101, 15101

3. Level II

4. Subsequent hospital care, follow-up inpatient consultations, established patient

5. 411.1 Intermediate coronary syndrome

6. 9 final diagnoses codes and 6 procedures

7. \”Incident to\” services

8. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act 1996 (HIPAA)

9. 770.8 Transient Tachypnea of Newborn

10. Physician billing

11. Revenue codes

12. History, Examination, Medical Decision Making

13. APGs

14. Ambulance service provided under arrangement by provider of service

15. Should be coded to 997.1 postoperative cardiac complication, 427.1 paroxsymal ventricular tachycardia

16. 4 final diagnoses codes

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Correct Coding Initiative Manual is correct

 

These questions are similar to, but not the same as, those on the official AHIMA certified coding specialist exam. Go to the official website linked in reference.

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