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Meat Evaluation Handbook By Gary Smith, Davey Griffin, Kenneth Johnson
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For years, The Meat Evaluation Handbook has served as the primary text for training thousands of meat science professionals in the area of fresh meat evaluation. The current expanded edition is the... More > industry standard guide for fresh meat grading and selection.< Less
AMSA Meat Color Evaluation Guide By Melvin Hunt
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The Guide has become a frequently used and cited Guide for color measurements of muscle foods. The need for such a document has not diminished, though knowledge of what influences meat color and meat... More > color measurements has advanced greatly in the intervening years. Color researchers with considerable expertise have graciously offered their advice on the essential information and techniques needed for meat color research. Moreover, contributors have identified details of data collection that must be reported so that scientists can accurately interpret reported meat color data. Thus, the revised Guide has been developed to assist new and experienced researchers design protocols for collecting sound color data. This updated and expanded version will be a useful reference for those studying skeletal muscle pigment chemistry and meat color. See http://www.meatscience.org/AMSAMeatColorMeasurementGuidelines.aspx for a list of updates to the manual.< Less
Physician's Pocket Guide to Medicare Risk Adjustment Documentation By Simone F. Thomas, MHSc, MHL, CCS, CCS-P, CDIP, HIT Pro-TR
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This book is designed to offer quick documentation tips for providers from a medical coder/auditor point of view. Medicare Risk Adjustment is ICD-9 driven. Specific and supportive documentation is... More > very important not only for appropriate code selection but also to validate patient diagnoses. So what is it exactly that we look for when we are validating diagnoses? MEAT! We want to make sure that the diagnoses documented by the provider are Monitored, Evaluated, Addressed/Assessed, and Treated. Ultimately,specific and supportive documentation= appropriate coding = appropriate reimbursement.< Less