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ICD-10-CM Coding Workshop
Analysis, crosswalks, preparation, and practice
The new codes are coming!Attend this class filled with
important updates and information to get you on board fast.
5 Reasons to Attend
- Take part in a demonstration of new code characteristics and guidelines.
- Receive guidance on the implementation process.
- Review documentation requirements and crosswalk examples from ICD-9 to 10.
- Receive an overview of coding guidelines and examples by chapter.
- Complete hands-on exercises to apply new principles.
The conversion to ICD-10 is a multi-staged process that
involves people, processes and systems.
This course addresses specific requirements for clinicians
and medical office professionals. Instruction includes an overview of
implementation steps along with code characteristics and guidelines.
Participants will review crosswalk examples and complete practice coding
exercises to apply new skills.
- Guidance on implementation and compliance
- A review of key skills required to work with the
- Extensive review of established coding
guidelines for ICD-10-CM
- Characteristics of new expanded codes, level of
detail, laterality, external cause codes, and much more
- Documentation requirements and reporting
hierarchy for conditions and diagnoses
- Coding structure differences, including use of
- Status of supplementary classifications and
additional documentation requirements
- Medical terminology basic review with emphasis
- Receive a list of Web resources for ICD-10
- Review CMS’ General Equivalence Mapping System
to help analyze changes between the two systems
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for clinicians, coding and billing professionals, and anyone seeking a better understanding of ICD-10. Complete this class now to move on to intermediate and advanced-level ICD-10 training.
This is a basic-level course. Content assumes some knowledge
of diagnostic coding and reimbursement.
What to Bring
Students must bring an ICD-10-CM coding manual to this class.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Earn 6 PMI CEUs for attendance at this program. Practice Management Institute grants CEUs for its certified professionals based on total number of instructional hours (1 CEU per hour of classroom instruction). CEUs may be applied to annual recertification requirements, as directed in the certification renewal requirements for your credential(s).
If you are seeking CEU credits for other certifications or organizations, please contact your organization for pre-approval and credit guidelines. A certificate of attendance will be provided for attendance at this program.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society and the Practice Management Institute. MedChi is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
MedChi designates this live activity for a maximum of 6 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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"With the significant changes occurring with ICD-10, we felt that it was extremely important to inform and educate our medical staff regarding how ICD-10 impacts them and how best to prepare for its implementation. We looked to Practice Management Institute and MedChi for a CME program for our physicians because of PMI's leadership in practice management programs for medical professionals. Physicians and other medical personnel who attended this program were very pleased with both the quality and content of PMI's CME offering."
Manager, Physician Relations
Akron General Health System
"Very informative. Not as scary as I thought."
Anna Hawley, Akron, OH
"Very helpful, knowledgeable and responsive to our questions."
Sharalee Cott, Baltimore, MD
"I really enjoyed the class. Coding different scenarios was a good experience. I thought this would be hard but it seems to be easier to code. All coders need to take this class."
Tasha Jennings, Greenville, SC
"Very positive and upbeat about subject matter."
Harriet Ragazzino, Madison Heights, WI