Webinar On Demand: ICD-10-CM Chapter 1/Chapter 2 Review and Tips
CHIA Product Code: WEB048
Webinar Date: May 29, 2014
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Learning the new code set of ICD-10-CM is different, but also similar to ICD-9-CM, and as such, time and effort needs to be given to capture the knowledge required ensuring coding accuracy. The classification system is built upon much of the same ICD-9-CM conventions and guidelines, however, there are some differences that are critical to understanding and applying when coding. Although we have a delay in the implementation there is much to learn within the code set chapters for the coding professional.
The ICD-10-CM code sets have fundamental changes in structure and concepts that make them very different from ICD-9-CM. Within each chapter of ICD-10-CM are some key attributes that help the coding professional enhance their coding skills. Understanding the code set conventions and guidelines is essential to successful coding. The conventions and guidelines are the foundation for which code assignment is based. Next in importance is the terminology and the documentation needed to support the code selection. Within ICD-10 there have been enhancements to the clinical code descriptions which the coding professional should clearly know and utilize. Each chapter within ICD-10-CM has its own uniqueness that provides opportunities to gain further knowledge and understanding before the timeframe for go-live. Walking through each of the 21 chapters within ICD-10 will help provide greater familiarity.
Across the health care industry coding professionals are embracing the new code set and are hungry to learn and understand more.
This Webinar will include a review of relevant coding conventions, guidelines, documentation issues, query opportunities, a virtual quiz through case scenarios and a Q&A section. Within Chapter 1 of ICD-10-CM you will find infectious diseases, like hepatitis and meningitis. Also located in Chapter 1 is sepsis as well as the bacterial and viral organism codes. Within Chapter 2 are the Neoplasm codes. Chapter 2 classifies Neoplasms primarily by site (topography), with broad groupings for behavior, malignant, in situ, benign, etc. Some guidelines have changed and others remain as a standard for coding of Neoplasms within ICD-10-CM. Learning the titles and terminology of the specific codes will help with the physician query process. Practice coding cases scenarios will aid in enhancing ones understanding and skills, so have your ICD-10-CM codebook handy.
• Chapter I: Certain Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (A00-B99)
• Chapter II: Neoplasms (C00-D49)
BENEFITS OF ATTENDANCE:
• Will understand: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 of ICD-10-CM code set
• Review differences between ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM
• Learn about key documentation and terminology for accurate code capture
• Enhancement for coding query readiness
• Will be able to practice coding case scenarios
• Provided Opportunity for Questions and Answers
Gloryanne Bryant, RHIA, CCS, CDIP, CCDS, AHIMA-‘approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
HIM Directors, Coding Managers/Supervisors, Coding Compliance Staff; Coding Auditors, Coding Educators, Hospital and Physician Office Coding Staff (ALL settings of health care, i.e., SNF, Rehab), and CDI Staff.
This program is approved for two CEUs by AHIMA, AAPC and BRN. HIM Domain: Clinical Data Management & External Forces