ICD-10 Physicians Webinar: Injury/Poisoning; External Causes of Morbidity; Health Status & Contact with Health Services (Chapters 19, 20, & 21) - September 2014

 

September's webinar is our last in this webinar series covering the last three chapters of ICD-10-CM. Changes within Chapters 19, 20, & 21 which covers injuries and poisonings, external causes of morbidity, and health status and contact with health services will be presented. We will be discussing next steps for your practices and what you should continue doing for the next 12 months to prepare for the ICD-10 go-live.

Dr. James Dunnick will also be present to provide his insightful physician perspective. You don't want to miss this webinar!

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify code changes based on code mapping within chapters 19, 20 & 21 of ICD-10-CM.
  • Comprehend documentation requirements based on ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM code comparisons.
  • Apply what is presented by coding practice scenarios with ICD-10-CM codes.

 

***Please note that students enrolled in this course will receive 1 AAPC CEU.  To receive credit this course must be enrolled in and completed before 11/26/15.  If you are seeking AHIMA Credits, this course is included in a bundle with other webinars required by AHIMA for credit and can be found at our program listing:  http://lms.hthu.net/oltpublish/site/program.do?dispatch=showProgramSession&id=257852fd-b204-11e4-a3d9-00163e0054ca  ***

**November 30, 2015 UPDATE: AAPC CEU credit is no longer valid for this course. If you have completed this course and are seeking to print a AAPC CEU completion certificate, please contact Annie Lee Sallee at annielee.sallee.hth@gmail.com.**

 

Digital Library includes:
- September 2014 ICD10 Physician Office Training Handouts.pdf

Physician training will include documentation elements that physicians should start incorporating now. Examples of coding common diagnoses in ICD-10 will be provided to highlight important and necessary details that will need to be incorporated in the provider's documentation. Administrative training will include how to assess your vendor's readiness with experts in the field providing important step-by-step instructions to determine what actions you may need to take now in order to prepare for ICD-10 implementation.

Each month we will cover topics to enhance physician understanding of the documentation requirements with ICD-10-CM.  We will begin with the ICD-10-CM documentation and coding training followed by what we will call an “administrative checkpoint” which will include critical topics to help your practice stay on track to ensure a smooth transition.


Physician training to include:
Comparison of ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM,Universal tips to start incorporating now, Documentation requirements for ICD-10-CM, Enhancements for ICD-10-CM
Administrative training to include:
Gap Analysis, Budget preparation, GEMs & Developing a Crosswalk, Performing documentation reviews to assist physicians, Vendor readiness
When:  12:30 – 1:30 pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. All webinars will be recorded and available on www.hthu.net/physicianicd10.
 Who:  Physicians and their office staff to include nurses, managers, coders, and others who will be impacted by the coding transition.

Please email Desi Barrett @ hthtech@hometownhealthonline.com for questions!

 

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Course Details
    • Start:
      Apr
      02 06:07
      2014
      EDT
    • End:
      Jan
      01 06:07
      2021
      EDT
  • CEU:
    1.0
  • Code:
    ICDWP0914
  • Price:
    US $99.00
    by AuthorizeNet