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.
Since this is such a massive initiative, we will cover where organizations should be in their planning and implementation process. Coding changes impacts multiple departments, including Administration, Admissions, Fiscal, Billing, MDS, OASIS, Nursing, Medical Director, QI, IT, Coding, Medical Records etc. We will also discuss role-based education for different levels of staff and methods for training across all.
This webinar replay is also essential for management and key staff to gain a clear understanding of how ICD-10 will impact their operations.
- Review the planning and implementation processes for a smooth ICD-10 Ttransition, including department-specific planning
- Review the types of education and training required for ICD-10
- Understand how ICD-10 will impact operations
Joan L. Usher, BS, RHIA, COS-C, ACE
AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer