Learn How to Optimize HCC Capture and CDI
Wednesday, January 29
Learn the concepts and conditions of the complex HCC model, how to encourage providers to document for HCC capture and how to query to support CDI in the age of risk adjustment.
Red Flags and High Risks Part 1: ICD-10-CM Coding
Wednesday, February 5
See those red flags? Coding and CDI expert Gloryanne Bryant sees them. Lots of red flags. And they mean one thing: high-risk ICD-10-CM coding practices. Recognizing the red flags is the first step in taking preventive and corrective steps to ensure full compliance, which means protection for your bottom line.
Red Flags and High Risks Part 2: CPT® Coding
Thursday, March 5
The use of CPT® codes is inherently risky. Coding and CDI expert Gloryanne Bryant has uncovered numerous CPT coding errors that occur in a variety of outpatient settings. "Identifying the red flags in outpatient coding can greatly help with correcting and preventing high-risk practices," she states.
Coding Red Flags and High Risks: A 2-Part Webcast Series
A red flag signals imminent danger — and this applies to anyone involved with clinical coding. Not recognizing and acting on these warning signals puts the entire organization at risk for investigations, penalties and payment take-backs.
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Emergency Department Coding: Confronting Complexity & Reducing Risk
Much is demanded of ED coders, including the ability to quickly interpret key elements in physician documentation and make accurate code assignments — all while meeting lofty productivity expectations. This ICD10monitor webcast offers guidance through the complexities, questions and risks of ED coding and charging.
2019 ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic Update Webcast Series
The AHA's quarterly ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic addresses questions and challenges with clinical coding. Information in the publication helps to ensure that compliant coding is practiced. This webcast series updates coders with the latest information.
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2019 ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic Update: Fourth Quarter
The AHA’s quarterly ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic addresses questions and challenges with clinical coding. Information in the publication helps to ensure that compliant coding is practiced. This webcast provides an update on specific topics in the 2019 fourth quarter Coding Clinic, including updates and guidance on coding specific types of atrial fibrillation and pressure induced deep tissue damage as well as other diagnoses.
Ending the Sepsis Coding Confusion
Coders, clinical documentation integrity specialist (CDISs) as well as clinicians gain a unique understanding as to the evolution of sepsis criteria and thus, become more familiar with the newest Sepsis 3 (SOFA) criteria and its impact on coding and documentation during this webcast.
Keys to Capturing and Validating 2020 CC/MCCs
During this ICD10monitor webcast, Dr. William E. Haik takes an in-depth dive into targeted complication comorbid (CC) and major CC (MCC) areas for 2020 and highlights opportunities for improvement.
How to Recognize Respiratory Failure and Prevent Denials
This exclusive ICD10monitor encore webcast, led by Dr. Erica Remer, features examples that demonstrate the difference between acute and chronic respiratory failure, while illustrating examples of physician queries and clinical validation denials.
2019 ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic Update: Third Quarter
The AHA’s quarterly ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic addresses questions and challenges with clinical coding. Information in the publication helps to ensure that compliant coding is practiced. This webcast provides an update on specific topics in the 2019 third quarter Coding Clinic, including correct coding guidelines and specificity for conditions such as neuroendocrine tumors and sepsis due to multiple causes.
Osteomyelitis: Resolve Documentation Gaps and ICD-10-CM Coding Challenges
As the frequency of osteomyelitis continues to rise, the financial and compliance risks will increase accordingly. You can protect your reimbursements and avoid penalties by augmenting your knowledge of this condition's clinical aspects, along with documentation best practices and ICD-10-CM coding guidelines.