As we near the one-year mark to the updated ICD-10 deadline, we are continuing to provide ongoing educational resources to directly address the ongoing risks and challenges relating to the adoption of ICD-10 throughout your organization. Visit our online resource center to watch a replay of our four most recent ICD-10-related educational webinars:
- ICD-10 PCS The Lessons we Learned
ICD-10 PCS is a brave new world in that the differences in terminology can be confusing and exciting at the same time. Did you know that in ICD-10, a surgical revision is no longer a revision as we know it in ICD-9? Also, did you know that an excision is not as simple as “cutting something out”? Watch a replay of this enlightening webinar with Health Language to discover what they have learned in working with ICD-10. You will be intrigued by interesting questions to ponder and what you can do to mitigate risk working up to the 2015 transition.
- Using ICD-10 Data Analytics to Educate Physicians, CDI Staff
With the increase in specificity with ICD-10 codes, it is important to work with Physicians and CDI Staff to ensure that the most accurate and specific ICD-10 codes are assigned. During this webcast, learn to use the results of your ICD-10 data analytics to identify those ICD-10 concepts that require educational focus for your organization. We will review top ICD-10 code concepts requiring additional documentation as well as present financial impact results.
- ICD-10-PCS Made Easy!
Unlike ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS is an entirely new system for coding inpatient procedures. Coding professionals must have a strong knowledge of anatomy, be able to analyze documentation to support coding decisions and have working knowledge of how surgical procedures are performed. This webinar will illustrate the organizing principles of the ICD-10-PCS coding system and provide a frame work to help make the transition “easy”.
- Efficient ICD-10 Post-acute Care Preparation
The transition to ICD-10 is delayed, but the post-acute care industry (Home Health, Hospice and Skilled Nursing Facilities) needs to be prepared. Don’t wait until the last minute to prepare to perform all diagnostic coding using ICD-10-CM. Learn what can be done NOW to ease the transition.