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• In a Capsules item on a General Accounting Office investigation of coding course practices that appeared in the September/October issue, page 238, one association was misidentified. The presentation given at a meeting of the American Academy of Physician Assistants received a clean bill of health from the GAO. Rather, it was the presentation given by consultants at a meeting of the American Academy of Medical Assistants that raised ethical questions.

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