After 22 years, Peripheral & Cardiology Coder from MedLearn Publishing is still ‘connecting the dots’ from clinical to coding
Medical coders play a vital role in the delivery of cardiovascular care across the United States. Since 2001 the book, Peripheral & Cardiology Coder from MedLearn Publishing, has supported these coders by delivering highly focused guidance in the coding of peripheral and cardiology procedures. This resource was inspired by and developed in collaboration with esteemed healthcare coding and reimbursement consultant Terry Fletcher.
New All-Access Passes from MedLearn Publishing respond to a changing environment
In response to the changing professional development needs and budgetary constraints of healthcare organizations, MedLearn Publishing has launched a product line that gives customers unlimited access to comprehensive sets of educational and reference resources for one affordable annual fee.
MedLearn partners with TiaTech USA to capture every healthcare RCM dollar with plan for ‘Zero Clinical Encounters Left Behind’
MedLearn Media partners with TiaTech USA to promote industry-wide adoption of comprehensive innovations in RCM, like TiaStat. The goal is to assist physicians, coders, and billers in retaining maximum revenue-earned in a campaign to fight Non-Patient Outcome Spending, and redirect resources toward patient care.
IPPS Final Rule: Major Changes Coming
EDITOR’S NOTE: CMS has published the Fiscal Year 2023 (Oct 1, 2022) final rules for Medicare payments. The major rule is, of
MedLearn and RevKeep Partner to Share Money-Saving Vision
MedLearn Media announces a strategic partnership with audit software creators RevKeep.
All About Monitor Mondays Host Chuck Buck
RACmonitor readers have been listening to Monitor Mondays for years, since 2010 in fact. And listeners are very familiar with the host
Talk Ten Tuesdays 500th Episode – Q&A with Chuck Buck
MedLearn Media celebrates its 500th episode of Talk Ten Tuesday with an interview with the broadcast’s host and creator, Chuck Buck, to look back on where the informative webcast has been and where it’s headed.
MedLearn Honors Black History Month
February marks Black History Month. As a news provider and publisher in the medical field for more than thirty years, we at
A Letter from our CEO
What can you learn from MedLearn? What have we been teaching for 30 years? If you can’t quite put your finger on