What is ICD-10?
ICD-10 is a system for medical diagnosis and procedure coding for care management and billing purposes that went into effect on October 1, 2015. It impacts every system, process and transaction that contains or uses a diagnosis or procedure code.
WHY DO I NEED ICD-10 CODING TRAINING?
ICD-10 requires more rigorous reporting requirements, and our AHIMA-Approved trainers can provide you with the curriculum and knowledge your practice needs to be fully compliant. We offer in-depth training with hands-on coding examples and analysis in our full day workshops to fully prepare you for the new coding standards.
- LEARN THE NEW CODING REQUIREMENTS: ICD-10 procedure coding is more comprehensive and detailed than ICD-9
- NON-COMPLIANCE WILL AFFECT REVENUE: Claims will be delayed or denied and will not be processed
- THERE ARE NO EXEMPTIONS: All HIPAA-covered entities including providers, payors and vendors must transition
HOW HEALTHARCH CAN HELP?
We offer full day face-to-face training workshops. These comprehensive sessions will address everything you need to know about implementation critical to billing guidelines, codes and structure for ICD-10-CM or ICD-10-PCS. Designed for a more personalized learning experience, these small classes offer hands-on learning with opportunities to practice coding scenarios. Manuals, workbooks and a flash drive of additional materials are all provided.
WHICH WORKSHOP DO I NEED?
ICD-10-CM BASIC TRAINING
This workshop is for entry-level coders and front desk personnel to develop basic coding skills including understanding the coding structure and key search terms.
ICD-10-CM COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING
This workshop is for coding professionals who are active coders. It covers changes in the structure of ICD-10-CM and an in-depth approach to understanding the new guidelines, conventions, diagnostic, and chapter-specific body systems as well as practicing coding scenarios.
ICD-10-CM FOR PHYSICIANS AND CLINICIANS
This workshop encompasses ICD-10-CM guidelines, conventions, diagnostic, and chapter-specific body system coding. It covers clinical documentation and specificity required by physicians.
ICD-10-PCS TRAINING SESSION
This workshop is for inpatient hospital coding and covers body system, root operation, body part, approach, device and qualifier sections.
Attendees are eligible for 8 hours of CEU credits.
These programs meet AAPC guidelines for 8.0 CEUs each. Can be used for Core A, and all specialties except CIRCC for continuing education units.
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On-Site Customized Specialty ICD-10 Training is available. Please contact us for more information at 407.266.4000 or email us at HARevenueCycle@ucf.edu
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