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Jackie Stack, CPC

Jackie Stack, CPC

Jackie Stack, CPC, CPB, CPC-I, CEMC, CFPC, CIMC, CPEDC, is director of ICD-10 training & education for the AAPC. Stack is a highly accomplished healthcare professional with more than 25 years of experience in healthcare administration, education, and compliance. She holds several AAPC specialty certifications and has a bachelor’s degree in health administration. She worked previously at a large multi-physician family care and occupational health practice with two locations in northwestern Pennsylvania. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience as a certified PMCC instructor. She has authored many articles for healthcare publications and has been a featured speaker at workshops and coding conferences across the country. She is actively involved with AAPC and has served on the NAB, various steering committees, and held the offices of president, secretary treasurer, and president-elect in her local chapter. E-mail her here.

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