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(1) Any systematic collection of laws, regulations, or rules.(2) Shorthand for any of the various building codes,such as, for example,“This historic property has been updated and meets all current code requirements.”

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Later in the decade, coding theorists realized that a long-forgotten method called low-density parity-check (LDPC) coding could edge even closer to the limit.
AHIMA's Bowman said the push is coming from the bottom up within health-care communities working with "outdated and obsolete coding systems.
When coding for turbinates, only one code per side can be used.
Other uses for bar coding include accumulating the costs by job of numerous small parts used in repair orders, tracking clients for time and billing purposes and collecting work-in-process information on a factory floor.
DNA bar coding could also benefit farmers who need to identify nonnative species invading their fields, doctors trying to find the correct antivenin for snakebite victims, or schoolchildren curious about a flower they picked on a field trip.
A taxonomy of common coding problems would include:
I think it's really going to change coding theory," Sloane remarks.
For approximately a decade, component coding has been under attack by AMA's expert panel on the Relative Value Scale Update Committee (also known as the RUC) because component coding can inflate procedural valuation, which in turn slows or threatens other applications which have been submitted for new codes for new services.
Developers of these technologies plan extensive promotion of the new scanning and coding devices, citing increased demand from manufacturers for ways to pinpoint where and when parts were produced.
Standard coding procedure for a spine specialist is to provide the billing staff with surgical notes following a spine procedure for coding and claims filing.
We've taken an already valuable ICD9 coding tool for home health agencies, and beefed it up significantly for 2007 with 20% more coding tips, 20% more coding scenarios, and a host of new references, including the ICD9 codes that prove medical necessity for therapy in the home," said Tonya Nevin, Group Publisher, DecisionHealth Home Care Division.