org) and the American Academy of Professional Coders (www.
What does AAPC stand for?
AAPC stands for American Academy of Professional Coders (National Organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah)
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By Stephanie Jones, CPC-EMS Stephanie Jones, CPC-EMS, is vice president of member services at the American Academy of Professional Coders, the nation's largest education and credentialing association for medical coders.
Through its subsidiary, American Academy of Professional Coders, or AAPC, Eli is a leading provider of education, examinations, and certifications to the medical coding profession.
Expand your available resources further by tapping into the American Academy of Professional Coders (www.
If it's not covered, that does not mean you can't charge patients for this very valuable service," says Barbara Cobuzzi, a national advisory board member of the Salt Lake City-based American Academy of Professional Coders.