Kidney Disease: Documentation, Coding, and Denial Prevention
Thursday, January 17
This webcast on acute kidney disease will give you a better understanding the physiology, terminology, and clinical findings that define acute renal failure and will help standardize the query process, thus ultimately improving the hospital's ability to reliably capture the diagnosis.
Intermediate/Advanced-Level Wound Care Coding: 2019 ICD-10-CM/PCS and CPT Codes
Wednesday, December 19
Accurate documentation of wound care is essential in order to reflect what has been done as often times physicians will forget to document the size of the wound. And this lack of specificity impacts code selection for depth, location, instrument used, and whether the wound was present on admission.
Sepsis 3: Using the New Definition to Avoid Denials
This webcast will help coders and clinical documentation integrity specialists understand the two definitions of sepsis: Sepsis-1, used by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services as criteria for its hospital inpatient quality reporting (IQR), and Sepsis-3 used by providers and payers.
Using Documentation to Support CDI and Medical Necessity
This webcast will show you how to document to support the optimization of the DRG and how accurate documentation will support medical necessity of inpatient status. Extensive use of clinical scenarios will help you better understand new documentation concepts in the era of value-based care.
Learn How to Simplify the Complexities of Coding Diabetes
Diabetes is now one of the most common diagnosis in ICD-10-CM. Yet, coding diabetes is confusing. This exclusive ICD10monitor webcast on coding diabetes can help you understand the associated diabetic complications and manifestations that add to the complexity of coding this chronic condition.
Coding Ophthalmology: Learn Strategies to Protect Reimbursement
This exclusive ICD10monitor webcast will clear up confusion associated with the challenges of coding ophthalmology services—services that are increasing in frequency as the population ages, thus driving revenue and reimbursement and the likelihood of audits and takebacks unless coded correctly.
CPT and ICD-10 Coding for Foot and Ankle Trauma
When coding foot and ankle trauma, you need to know which CPT® codes to choose, which diagnosis codes to attach to which CPT codes, which modifiers to use, and which modifiers to append to which CPT codes. Get any of those issues wrong through incorrect coding and you can expect failed audits, denied claims and the loss of reimbursement.
Spinal Fusion Coding: Get it Right to Avoid Audits and Takebacks
Mitigate confusion about spinal fusion coding by gaining an in-depth understanding about complicated spinal fusions and learn the difference between fusions with a posterior approach of the posterior column as well as those of the anterior column.
2019 ICD-10-PCS/CM Workshop 3: Stay Focused on MS-DRG Shifts
Medicare Severity Diagnosis Related Groups (MS-DRGs) methodology will change, as it always does. But this time you'll need to understand how these changes will impact your facility's reimbursement. Take your coding skills to a new level of performance before the codes changes become effective October 1.
2019 ICD-10-PCS/CM Workshop 2: Take Control of ICD-10-PCS Changes
Take your coding skills to a whole new level of proficiency in applying the 2019 ICD-10-PCS code set. There's a total of 78,881 ICD-10-PCS codes. The 2019 code set includes 392 new codes; 8 revision titles; and 216 deleted codes. Take your coding skills to a new level of performance before the codes changes become effective October 1.
2019 ICD-10-PCS/CM Workshop 1: Master ICD-10-CM Changes
You and your team will be able to master the new ICD-10-CM codes changes. As in past years, these diagnosis codes have been significantly high in number and in complexity. Take your coding skills to a new level of performance before the codes changes become effective October 1.