Lynn Anderanin
CPC, CPMA, CPC-I, CPPM, COSC

Sr. Director of Coding Education, Healthcare Information Services

Meet Your Expert

She has 35-years experience in all areas of physician practice management, compliance, coding and reimbursement. She leads a team of more than 65 certified professional coders.

She is certified as a professional coder and practice manager. Lynn has spoken at American Academy of Professional Coders’ (AAPC) national conferences, workshops, and audio conferences and is a former member of the AAPC’s National Advisory Board. She is also the founder of her Local AAPC Chapter.


Training Sessions by Lynn Anderanin

  • The 2019 CPT & ICD-10-CM code changes are out, and orthopedics got hit hard again. There are several significant orthopedic-related code changes you MUST implement before January 1st, or you can count on massive denials and delayed payments for your claims. That’s where Lynn M. Anderanin, CPC, CPC-I, CPPM, COSC, nationally recognized CPT coding expert and trainer, comes […]

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  • Anyone can read a CPT manual and pick a code, but not everyone can pick the correct code. Unless you know how to optimally use your Coding Manual, you can count on choosing the wrong code, getting your claims denied, and watching your reimbursement go down. This is a real problem in smaller practices where […]

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  • Determining whether a patient is new or established should be straight forward, right? Either you’ve seen the patient before or you haven’t. Unfortunately, when it comes to E/M coding it’s just not that easy. Incorrectly billing an established vs. new patient Evaluation and Management (E/M) service can lead to losses of TENS OF THOUSANDS OF […]

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  • Coding Tactics For Orthopedics

    Payers are counting on you to not have enough time to process your denied orthopedic surgery (and related specialty) claims. They want you to do nothing, and you’re falling right into their trap. Studies show that even though 67% of your orthopedic-related denied claims are appealable, only 25% of them ever get resubmitted for payment. […]

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