The United States will begin its fourth year using ICD-10-CM and this year will include numerous changes to go into effect October 1, 2019, resulting in a total of 72,184 codes. The changes include 273 new codes, 21 deleted codes, and 30 description revisions. And while the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) may not have finalized all of the sweeping proposed shifts to severity designations for this code set, those changes that are now final are likely to impact reimbursement.
Attend this webcast so you can develop an action plan for the coming year and understand all of the impacts to ICD-10-CM codes, changes that will impact policy decisions, and more.
Register now for this exclusive ICD10monitor webcast on the ICD-10-CM coding updates led by senior healthcare consultant Laurie Johnson.
Why This is Relevant:
The new diagnosis codes will be effective October 1, 2019. Each facility needs time to prepare for the changes and preparation involves educating coders, CDI professionals, and physicians.
By attending this webcast led by Laurie Johnson, you will…
- Learn the new diagnoses codes for FY2020
- Understand the new clinical concepts
- Learn the CC/MCC designation changes
- Understand the impact of the CC/MCC designation changes
- Learn how to develop an action plan for FY20 preparation
Who Should Attend:
Chief financial officers, coders, clinical documentation integrity specialists (CDISs), compliance officers, physician advisors and case managers.