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ICD-10-CM guidelines for coding and reporting burns & corrosions

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Register for the conferences on ICD-10-CM guidelines for coding and reporting burns & corrosions of the external body surfaces by Dorothy D. Steed at AudioEducator. …

Register for the conferences on ICD-10-CM guidelines for coding and reporting burns & corrosions of the external body surfaces by Dorothy D. Steed at AudioEducator.

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  • 1. ICD-10-CM guidelines for coding and reporting burns & corrosions of the external body surfaces Product Format: Live Audio Conference Presenter(s): Dorothy D. Steed, CPC-H, CHCC, CPUM, CPUR, CPHM, CPMA, ACS-OP, CCS-P, RCC, CPMA, RMC, CEMC, CPC-I, CFPC, PCS, FCS, CPAR It is important to have a proper understanding on ICD-10-CM coding guidelines for reporting burns and corrosions to the external body as it may be a tricky subject to some. In this session “ICD-10-CM guidelines for coding and reporting burns & corrosions of the external body surfaces”, on Wednesday, Jan 11 2014, expert speaker Dorothy R. Steed will explain:  Reporting of codes that identify burns  Determining how to report the 7th character extension  Is the “X” placeholder necessary?  Do you need a separate code to report the TBSA? (Total body surface area)  Is it a burn or a corrosive agent? How to report each. For more information, visit http://www.audioeducator.com/icd-10/icd-10-cm-injuries.html Special Offer: Use code SAVE10 to get 10% discount. Can’t attend? Request a replay of the audio session or DVD recording