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On October 1, new updates to the ICD-10-CM code set will go into effect impacting numerous specialties - 395 new, 25 deleted, and 13 revised codes plus hundreds of changes to tabular instructions. There will be 74,044 ICD-10-CM codes available for use in FY 2024 code set. Avoid interruption to your claims and revenue with a comprehensive review of the new, revised, and deleted ICD-10-CM codes, along with general and chapter-specific ICD-10 coding and reporting guidelines for patient encounters occurring on or after October 1, 2023 through September 30, 2024.
This session will help you identify templates or other documents that may need to be updated and/or replaced and prepare you to collaborate with your practice management system and EHR vendors to update coding and billing software. It's risky to rely on EMR code selection, and failure to code to the highest degree of specificity negatively affects reimbursement and utilization statistics. Advance preparation will ensure your coding staff and providers are informed of the new codes and requirements. Join us to learn how these changes may impact your claims.
Medical coders, billers, providers, managers, consultants, and compliance officers are encouraged to attend. This session will help you identify templates or other documents that may need to be updated and/or replaced and prepare you to collaborate with your practice management system and EHR vendors to update coding and billing software.
Get your questions answered about the annual update to ICD-10-CM. Registration includes digital companion material with a summary of code changes plus a bonus chapter specific excel file - a helpful resource beyond the classroom. An ICD-10-CM code set manual may be helpful to reference for the context of the changes but is not required. These sections and more will be covered:
Program times are Central unless otherwise noted.
|1||December 14, 2023||11:00 am - 2:00 pm||Taya Gordon & Kem Tolliver|
Can't attend a live session? Register anyway and you'll receive a link to the recording by the next business day.
|CEUs:||3 PMI CEUs|
Who Should Attend?
Medical coders, billers, providers, managers, consultants, and compliance officers are encouraged to attend.
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.