Learn How to Code and Document Malnutrition Accurately
Unlike coronary artery disease, smoking, and diabetes, malnutrition is often poorly documented and thus creates a cascade of erroneous information that will permeate throughout the entire care process. This exclusive webcast will help you understand the condition of malnutrition and what to do about coding, querying, creating internal clinical guidelines, and preventing clinical validation denials.
IPPS Final Rule: Expect Change to Physician Inpatient Order Requirements
Thursday, August 16
In this exclusive RACmonitor webcast, Dr. Ronald Hirsch will review the IPPS Final Rule and provide hospitals a compliant interpretation of this new guidance illustrated with case examples. He will also provide an overview of the 2019 OPPS Proposed Rule with speculation on what the proposals will bring in 2019.
2019 ICD-10-PCS/CM Workshop Series: Express Lane to Coding Proficiency
August 21, 22, and 23
The all-new ICD-10-PCS/CM codes for 2019 will be implemented soon and you and your team will want to be the first to experience these new codes and concepts. 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
Tuesday, August 21
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.
2019 ICD-10-PCS/CM Workshop 2: Take Control of ICD-10-PCS Changes
Wednesday, August 22
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 3: Stay Focused on MS-DRG Shifts
Thursday, August 23
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.
Learn How to Accurately and Compliantly Code and Document COPD
Understanding the disease process, coding guidelines and sequencing of COPD for outpatient or inpatient encounters such as chronic bronchitis, emphysema, asthma and pneumonia is critical for coding accuracy, medical necessity, and reimbursement. As more are diagnosed with COPD, the coding guidelines and rules continue to evolve and change. This exclusive educational webcast will provide you everything you need to know.