CME NOTES Coding: Creative can be criminal. It is common practice for many medical associations to offer physicians courses on using the American Medical Association's Current Procedural Terminology, a list of descriptive terms and codes used to report medical services and procedures performed by physicians. The purpose of these courses is to teach physicians to code accurately, not “creatively.” Nonetheless, a newly released report from the General Accounting Office suggests that CME ...

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