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ICD-10 Dual Coding: It's About Time
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Like the speed or light, ICD-10 will be here tomorrow. Although the compliance date is October 2015, the amount of work that has to be accomplished and the time required to accomplish those tasks is daunting. Fortunately, there’s a solution a timely one, too.

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Observation: Learn How to Untangle the CMS Web of Complexity - Part III: Reducing Inappropriate Admissions
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From a simple (inpatient) admission to the complex stratification of patient status, that today characterizes the intricate web of observation, you will learn how to differentiate, capture and communicate inpatient versus outpatient care.

Reboot Your Training and Education: ICD-10-CM for Outpatient and Physician Services - Session III
Price: $99.00

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ICD-10 is the law. The CMS Final Rule mandates that HIPAA covered entities transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 by October 2015. That’s months away and right now this could be your last best chance to get up-to-speed on what you really need to know before it’s too late and your claims are rejected and revenue dries up. So, it’s time to reboot your training on ICD-10-CM for outpatient and physician services.

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Reboot Your Training and Education: ICD-10-CM for Outpatient and Physician Services - Session II
Price: $99.00

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ICD-10 is the law. The CMS Final Rule mandates that HIPAA covered entities transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 by October 2015. That’s months away and right now this could be your last best chance to get up-to-speed on what you really need to know before it’s too late and your claims are rejected and revenue dries up. So, it’s time to reboot your training on ICD-10-CM for outpatient and physician services.

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Observation: Learn How to Untangle the CMS Web of Complexity - Part II: The Two-Midnight Rule
Price: $199.00

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The contentious and confusing “Two-Midnight Rule” will be thoroughly explained while the use of Condition Code 44 will be reviewed in the context of a patient’s severity that might warrant a level of care different than the original prognosis.