The American Hospital Association (AHA) Coding Clinic on ICD-10-CM/PCS is an “official” coding resource and is vital for all healthcare settings. As an official coding resource, the Coding Clinic is recognized by regulators and auditors alike. Therefore, every coding and coding auditor needs to know the guidance and advice of AHA Coding Clinic.
The AHA’s 2019 third quarter ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic contains discussion and guidance on diagnostic and procedural topics as well as several clarifications. During this ICD10monitor update webcast, Pam Scott will provide you and your team with an expert review on many of the topics included in this edition of the Coding Clinic, including correct coding guidelines and specificity for conditions such as neuroendocrine tumors and sepsis due to multiple causes.
Increased regulatory and audit scrutiny can bring about compliance risks that can be avoided with strong coding knowledge of the AHA Coding Clinic. Register now for this exclusive ICD10monitor update on-demand webcast and gain access to valuable context, tips and insight on specific diagnosis and procedure coding covered in the AHA’s 2019 third quarter ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic.
Why This is Relevant:
The AHA ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic serves as the regulatory foundation for application of codes to conditions and procedures and identifies the appropriate situation(s) in which to apply or not apply and submit codes for reimbursement purposes. The coding professional is responsible for maintaining their skills and ensuring that compliant coding is practiced in order to ensure the organization’s revenue and data integrity.
In the past, for example, diabetes with complications codes were only permitted to be combined if the provider documented the link between the diabetes and the complication. The rules then changed linking the diabetes with the complication automatically. Multiple questions arose from this change and Coding Clinic addressed them and provided guidance for accurate coding of diabetes and its complications based on this new guidance.
Documentation is linked to clinical coding and understanding the coding rules will assist in knowing when to query.
From this exclusive ICD10monitor webcast series on the AHA ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic you will…
- Review specific Q3 2019 guidance and advice of ICD-10-CM;
- Gain new knowledge regarding diagnosis coding
- Enhance clinical knowledge
- Review and learn specific guidance and advice on ICD-10-PCS
- Gain new knowledge regarding inpatient procedure coding
Who Should Attend:
Coding educators, coding compliance staff, clinical documentation integrity specialists (CDISs) CDI physician advisors, directors, staff, supervisors and managers, health information management (HIM) professionals, coding professionals, coding auditing professionals and coding managers.
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