ICD-10-CM presents a new challenge that will affect every person involved in record documentation — including billing and coding professionals and claims follow up staff. If your practice has not begun training, dual coding, or reviewing of encounter forms, then you need to catch up. This presentation will provide insight to the nuts and bolts of ICD-10.
You’ll get an overview of ICD-10-CM as well as learn what education is required for coders, billers and clinical documenters. Check out details about the increased record specificity you need for this new code set. Get strategies for arranging for training and education. Follow these tips to review your current encounter form and determine what revisions will be required to meet ICD-10. Learn why knowing whether your billing is done in house or outsourced is so important. That’s not all! See the session highlights below to get more ideas of what you’ll get from this audio session.
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Who should attend? Coders, billers, revenue cycle, physicians, claims follow up, nurses
- Dorothy D. Steed
Dorothy D. Steed, CCS, CDIP, COC, CPCO, CPUM, CPUR, CPHM, CPMA, ACS-OP, CCS-P, RCC, RMC, CEMC, CPC-I, CFPC, PCS, FCS, CPAR, is an independent healthcare consultant and educator in Atlanta. She was a Medicare specialist for a large hospital system and a physician coding audit supervisor for another hospital system, with 40 years of experience in healthcare. Additionally, she is an instructor at a state technical college in...
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