Corridor Learning Series

Corridor Learning Series – ICD-10: By the Book

On October 1, 2015, ICD-9 is transitioning to ICD-10 and will affect diagnosis and inpatient procedure coding for anyone covered by Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA). The ICD-10 Learning Series will introduce you to what ICD-10-CM is, who it affects and why it is necessary. The series will describe an overview of the codes within each chapter of ICD-10-CM with emphasis on the more common codes used in home care and hospice.

Learning Series Snapshot:

Available On CD Only
DETAILS:

  • ✓ 17 sessions
  • ✓ 1.5 hours per session

PRESENTED BY:

Judy Adams, RN, BSN, HCS-D, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer
Adams Home Care Consulting, Inc.
Chapel Hill, NC

INTENDED AUDIENCE:

This Learning Series is appropriate for coders from small agencies, QA and Clinical coordinators who have responsibility to review coding, and clinical home health and hospice staff who do their own coding.

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Purchase this Learning Series on CD!

A set of CDs containing the Learning Series sessions, presentation handouts, and other tools provided with the Learning Series. Shipping included.

Note: Allow for 5-7 business days after last live presentation for the shipment of CDs. Sorry! No refunds for Learning Series once payment has been received.

     CD Only   $1999

 

Learning Series Details:

About This Learning Series:

Why it is vital to attend

On October 1, 2014, ICD-9 is transitioning to ICD-10 and will affect diagnosis and inpatient procedure coding for anyone covered by Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA). The ICD-10: By the Book Learning Series includes 17 sessions offered over 10 months. Starting on September 10, 2013, this Learning Series will provide an overview of how ICD-10 will affect home care and hospice.


Corridor Learning Series Objectives:

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The intent of the series of ICD-10-CM webinars is to provide a mechanism to learn and apply ICD-10-CM in “bite sized” segments in the comfort of your own office.

The overarching objectives are to enable participants in the series to:

  1. Identify basic similarities and differences between ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM code sets.
  2. Identify the key organization and structure of each chapter within ICD-10-CM.
  3. Describe an overview of the codes within each chapter of ICD-10-CM with emphasis on the more common codes used in in-home health.
  4. Discuss unique requirements within each chapter related to specific body system or topical areas.
  5. Incorporate the information from ICD-10-CM general and chapter specific guidelines within the discussion of each chapter.
  6. Participate in mini practice exercises based on the content of each session to demonstrate appropriate application of accurate coding for each topical area.

CE Information

21.25 CEs are available after the successful completion of the live Learning Series. Partial CEs will be issued for partial Learning Series completion. CEs are complimentary for attendees.

CEs are Available

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Learning Series Presenter:

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Judy Adams, RN, BSN, HCS-D, COS-C, HCS-O
Judy Adams is the president and CEO of Adams Home Care Consulting, Inc. located in Chapel Hill, NC. Their services include education on OASIS, ICD-9-CM Coding and other home care topics. Judy has over 40 years of experience working in health care. In 2010 Judy was the Technical Editor for Diagnosis Coding Pro for Home Health; published monthly by Decision Health. She also co-authored a chapter in Home Care in The Law and the Elderly in North Carolina. In October of 2011 she received the Genesis Award for the Accreditation Commission for Health Care. Judy has served as the Director of Operations for a home health agency, as well as the Director for Quality Improvement for a home health, private duty, and hospice organization.



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