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ICD-10-CM Coding Update


Don’t let improperly coded claims break your revenue cycle. The new ICD-10-CM annual code updates will impact several specialties patient encounters beginning on October 1. This intermediate-level, instructor-guided training will cover updates to the general and chapter-specific ICD-10 coding and reporting guidelines for patient encounters 10/1/22 through 9/30/23. Registration includes digital materials with a summary of code changes.

Learn the potential impact to your practice. A joint effort between the healthcare provider and the coder is essential to achieve complete and accurate documentation, code assignment, and reporting of diagnoses and procedures. This session will help determine what templates or other documents that may need to be updated and/or replaced. Ensure your EHR system code submissions remain accurate. Collaborate with your practice management system and EHR vendors to update coding and billing software.

Highlights

  • Approximately 1176 new codes
  • Significant amount of codes are in the External Cause of Morbidity codes and Injury poisoning and Other consequences of External Causes
  • Focus on Social Determinants of Health – new Z codes
  • Several new codes for dementia (Neurology, Mental Health)
  • New codes for Diseases of the Circulatory System (Cardiology)
  • New OB codes for maternal care for (suspected) various specific nervous malformations or damage, chromosomal abnormalities or other fetal abnormalities by fetal site of fetus
  • 139 new codes in Chapter 14 Diseases of the Genitourinary System; many new endometriosis codes by site and now depth (N80-)

Full Schedule


There are no programs scheduled at this time

CEUs:3 PMI CEUs

Who Should Attend?

Medical coders, billers, providers, managers, consultants, and compliance officers are encouraged to attend.

Prerequisites

This is an intermediate-level course. Content assumes knowledge of outpatient coding and reimbursement.

No additional outside resources are required for participation. An ICD-10-CM code set manual may be helpful to best comprehend the context of the revisions that will be discussed.