ICD 10 Coding and Anesthesia Practices

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Preparation for ICD 10 Coding and Anesthesia Practices - discuss the timelines and areas of ICD-10 specifically related to anesthesia.

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ICD 10 Coding and Anesthesia Practices

  1. 1. Preparation for ICD 10 Coding and Anesthesia Practices Product Format: Audio Conference Presenter(s): Kelly Dennis, MBA, ACS-AN, CANPC, CHCA, CPC, CPC-I There are instances when you coding remains virtually the same after ICD-10 implementation. However, certain cases aren’t so one-to-one. For example, if you are a provider concerned with pacemaker complication, you’ll have to shuffle through eight different diagnosis codes as well as rely on both anesthesia and surgical records to find the best match under ICD-10. Although your office will not be able to learn ICD-10 coding in an hour, this sixty minute session named ‘ICD 10 Coding and preparation for Anesthesia practices’ on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 with Kelly Dennis, MBA, ACS-AN, CANPC, CHCA, CPC, CPC-I, will discuss the timelines and areas of ICD-10 specifically related to anesthesia. This session will help you:  Nail down anesthesia ICD-10 pain points  Check out these most commonly reported anesthesia-specific ICD-10 codes.  Focus on ICD-10 training for your coding staff — here are the steps you need to take.  Make the most of ICD-10 testing opportunities. For more information, go to http://www.audioeducator.com/anesthesia/icd-10-anesthesia-05-21- 14.html Special Offer: Use code SAVE10 to get 10% discount. Can’t attend? Request a replay of the audio session or DVD recording

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