Re: [MedicalBillers] Dictionaries
- I didn't look to check, but I would imagine the nursing/allied health would be maybe a little more user friendly and basic. There are also some online med dictionaries I have come across and use, including some that charge a small subscription fee. When I'm working at the computer, I find it easier to look for what I need on line. www.dogpile.com is a search engine that seems to be particularly good in general when looking for medical terms and illustrations.B. Burgess, RNCPC Wannabe
"Nancy B." <2elkrunning@...> wrote:
Would someone be able to tell me the difference between Mosby's Medical Dictionary (Trade Version) and Mosby's Medical, Nursing, & Allied Health Dictionary ?? Which would a bill/coder find more useful or does it matter?
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