The 2016 NBR Report represents ten years of cumulative data from U.S. and International burn centers. The report contains over 205,000 entries and represents the largest resource on epidemiology of thermal injury for patients admitted to burn centers in North America. It is the single most useful reference for determining benchmark standards for outcomes such as mortality rate and hospital length of stay. It is provided complimentary to participating burn centers and available for sale to members and non-members.
ABA Practice Guidelines are peer reviewed and published in the Journal of Burn Care and Research. They are systematically developed statements intended to assist health care professional and patient decision making about appropriate health care for specific clinical circumstances. They are available as a member benefit.
The Coding Primer is an important resource for burn centers. Written by coding experts and designed specifically for burn centers. This easy-to-use resource answers day-to-day coding questions. Minimize coding errors and reduce claim denials by submitting accurate claims to improve your overall reimbursement process. It is updated to reflect recent changes to ICD-10 and CPT codes. It is a benefit of membership and available for sale to non-members. The 2017 Primer will be available in the summer of 2017.