2019 ICD-10 Coding Changes for Obstetrics & Gynecology

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Lori-Lynne A. Webb, CPC, CCS-P, CCP, CHDA, CDIP, COBGC, AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM/PCS trainer
Conference Date
Wed, Sep 12, 2018
60 minutes
Product Description

Revamp Your Approach to Post-Partum Depression—You Have New Options

The 2019 ICD-10-CM codes introduce nearly 500 changes, 33 of them in Obstetrics and Gynecology. As in several other specialties, the devil is in the details of these changes. And you need to get them right by October 1, 2018!

Join women’s health coding expert Lori Lynne Webb to learn the intricacies of what’s new—and why—so that you can appropriately modify your Ob-Gyn coding and billing practices. Don’t risk future denials. Focus on what you can do now to maximize reimbursement on everything from lumps in the breast to uterine disorders.   

What’s new? The 2019 ICD-10 adds a code for maternal depression screening (Z13.32) and two for personal history of sexual exploitation (Z62.813 and Z91.42). There are more than a dozen new codes for multiple-gestation pregnancies (O30 series). And five of the added codes cover doubling of the uterus (complete, partial, unspecified, and other—the Q51 series), which means you’ll need to sharpen your (and your physicians’) understanding of what the documentation must say to support each. 

Webb will ease your ICD-10 anxiety and explain the proper coding conventions for a variety of diagnoses that you regularly see in Obstetrics and Gynecology offices. Getting ICD-10 coding right isn’t just about getting individual claims paid. Proper training also means you’ll upgrade your clinical documentation improvement (CDI) efforts—and your success with MIPs reimbursement. Don’t miss this chance to equip yourself and your team to submit clean Ob-Gyn claims in 2019!

Session Highlights

Here are the insights you can expect from this expert session:

  • Sad that F53 is your only option for ‘post-baby blues’? Add 2 new codes to your arsenal for greater specificity
  • Multiply your options for multiple-gestation pregnancies with code range O30
  • Understand revised codes for breast lump (N63.0), ovarian pregnancy (O00.212), and fallopian tube removal (Z40.03)
  • Capture co-morbidities with proper ICD-10 coding and appease MIPS
  • Paint a full patient diagnosis picture with ICD-10 codes—and max your CDI efforts
  • Start now to proactively minimize future claims denials

Session Agenda

  • ICD-10 CM overview
  • ICD-10 CM changes that can impact OB/GYN (chapter by chapter)
  • ICD-10 PCS update

Who Should Attend

  • Coders
  • Billers
  • Office Managers    
  • Practice Managers
  • OB-GYN Surgeons

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About Our Speaker

Lori Lynne - ICD 10 Training Expert

Lori-Lynne A. Webb - CPC, CCS-P, CCP, CHDA, CDIP, COBGC, AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM/PCS trainer, is an independent coding, compliance, and auditing specialist. She has 20+ years of multi-specialty coding experience and teaches coding, compliance, auditing and billing skills for clinical and clerical staff, utilizing AMA and AHIMA curriculum. She specializes in women’s ob-gyn services, maternal fetal ultrasound services, urology and general surgical procedures, to include physician based and...   More Info
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