|Date:||Wednesday, July 18, 2012|
|Time:||12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Central Time|
|Presented by: ||Nancy Maguire, ACS, PCS, FCS, HCS-D, CRT|
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This all new webinar addresses the ICD-10-CM changes in store for oncology coding. Alpha-numeric diagnosis codes will be a challenge and their implementation will not be easy. Nancy has intimate knowledge of the new coding system. She has authored several books on ICD-10. With her proactive, enthusiastic approach, Nancy is just the person to you need to minimize the growing pains involved with learning this new language. This webinar will prepare you and get you excited about ICD-10.
- Learn what the "dash" means in the Neoplasm Table. Ex: Malignant neoplasm of wrist C76.4-
- Coding "overlapping sites"
- Assigning "Aftercare" codes and "Follow-Up" codes
- Leukemia status designations
- Encounter for pain management
- Getting up to speed on the ICD-10 conventions
- Discuss major differences between ICD-9 & ICD-10 diagnosis codes
- New instructional notes you must know to get on board
- Documentation to support codes
Nancy Maguire is leading the way with CD-10-CM education to ensure that medical practice professionals have the skills and tools they need to be ready for 2013. Download Nancy's new book: The Nancy Maguire GPS to ICD-10-CM Planning and Implementation Guide - available now at PMI's Web site!
About the Presenter
Nancy is a nationally-renowned procedural and diagnostic coding instructor, boot camp trainer, and workshop leader. She is a highly-talented presenter who uses her knowledge and humor to reinforce the philosophy that coding can be fun! She has spent more than 30 years as a hands-on coder and has authored countless coding articles and presentations. In her expansive career, she has transitioned from nursing, to coding, to practice management, auditing and consulting. Nancy served as Director of Coding and Reimbursement at UTMB in Galveston Texas for four years. She served the first two terms as president of AAPC in the early 1990s. Her expert guidance is guaranteed to help medical office professionals make the best decisions in their everyday jobs and a positive impact on their career.