ICD-10-CM is on target for October 1, 2015 implementation date and that will not include any grace period. That means that all health care organizations must be prepared to code, using the ICD-10-CM data set for all services provided on and after 10/1/15. Because of the significance of the change in coding, all hospice staff needs to have a basic understanding of the changes ICD-10 will involve.
In this session, Judy Adams, RN, BSN, HCS-D, AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM Trainer will provide a brief overview of the key concepts that are different in ICD-10-CM, sample common hospice diagnosis scenarios, and a checklist of actions needed to be ready for ICD-10-CM, beyond the training on the new codes themselves.
ICD-10-CM is a composite of some of the best of ICD-9-CM, plus enhancements that will allow more information with less work and support the appropriateness of patients for the hospice benefit. Once you have mastered the ICD-10 system, your information will greatly improve, your workload will decrease and you will be portraying a more complete and accurate picture of the hospice patients you serve.
This one hour session will provide:
Who should attend
Hospice Nurses, Quality Improvement Coordinators, Supervisors or Care Coordinators, Billing Staff, Intake Staff, Admission Nurses. Anyone in the hospice program who has not had at least an overview of the impact of ICD-10-CM.
- Michelle Crowell Coleman
Judy Adams, RN, BSN, HCS-D, HCS-O, has been involved in health care in numerous health care setting over the span of her career. She has been involved in nearly every aspect of home health care over the last three decades including direct clinical care, supervision, administration and quality improvement.