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. Leslie Norins, MD, PhD, launched our first coding product in 1992 in Naples, Fla. Since then, tens of thousands of coders, physicians, and consultants have relied on the Coding Institute's newsletters for practical coding information on more than 30 medical specialties. The beauty of SuperCoder.com is it offers medical code searching tied to hundreds of thousands of medical coding tools and resources including articles from The Coding Institute's Specialty Coding Alerts. Coders and researchers can find the information they need in one place making their workday more efficient. The tools reduce compliance risk and the trusted advice reviewed by top coding and clinical experts
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