Part 3: Transition to ICD-10-CM: Cardiovascular



A 60-minute program. Available to view as a WEBCAST or DVD. Part 3: Transition to ICD-10-CM: Cardiovascular

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Item #148-P3: Part 3: Transition to ICD-10-CM: Cardiovascular

Preparation is the key to a successful transition to ICD-10-CM. This Webinar provides a detailed review of the ICD-10-CM Chapter 9 categories. Guidelines, terminology and best practices as they relate to coding diseases of the circulatory system. This program clarifies the chapter 9 categories, discusses the organizational changes and guidelines, and identifies relative anatomy and pathophysiology terms common in the circulatory system chapter.

Program Goals

• Analyze the ICD-10-CM Chapter 9 categories (I00-I99)
• Review Chapter 9 Guidelines
• Explain ICD-10-CM terminology as it relates to coding circulatory diseases
• Identify pathophysiology terms as they relate to ICD-10-CM circulatory coding
• Apply ICD-10-CM to common home health scenarios

Who Should Attend: Clinical Leadership, Supervisors, OASIS Specialists, Coders, Clinical Coordinators, Quality Improvement and Education Staff and Clinicians.

Length of program: 60 minutes

About Your Presenter:
Trish Tulloch RN, BSN, MSN, HCS-D, is a seasoned clinician with more than thirty years in the healthcare industry, including fifteen years in home health and hospice clinical management and more than fifteen years as a Senior Consultant with RBC Limited, a national Healthcare & Management Consulting Firm.

*CE credits are “NOT” available for this program. However, a Certificate of Attendance will be available so you can apply for CEUs within your state.

Recorded on 5/17/12

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