groupDeborah Yagmich and Jennie Shepheard

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This is the final in the series of three articles about clinical coding education in Australia, with some input also from New Zealand. The material was collected from Clinical Coders (CCs) through a questionnaire that was distributed through CC networks around the country. Details of the questionnaire were provided in the first article in the series that was published in a previous issue of HIM-Interchange (Volume 8 No.2). This article reports on questions that sought CC opinions on what is the best way to deliver CC education, what should be included in CC education and what is on their wish list. The questions have been used as headings in all the articles.


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