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Dr. Evan Gwilliam
• Education
• Bachelor’s of Science, Accounting - Brigham Young University
• Master’s of Business Admini...
Overview
• Part 1 - ICD-10 fundamentals and navigation
• Part 2 - Coding conventions and guidelines
• Part 3 - ICD-10 code...
Tabular list layout
Chapter
21 of them
from A to Z
(body system
or condition)
Block
Ranges of
categories
(related
conditio...
5
Tabular
List
Chapter: 5,
Mental, Behavioral
and
Neurodevelopmen
tal disorders
(FØ1-F99)
Tabular list layout
Chapter
21 of them
from A to Z
(body system
or condition)
Block
Ranges of
categories
(related
conditio...
Tabular
List
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Block: MOOD [AFFECTIVE]
DISORDERS (F30-F39)
(Always bold CAPS, lined above and
below)
Tabular list layout
Chapter
21 of them
from A to Z
(body system
or condition)
Block
Ranges of
categories
(related
conditio...
Tabular
List
9
Category:
F30- MANIC EPISODE
(Always all CAPS)
Tabular list layout
Chapter
21 of them
from A to Z
(body system
or condition)
Block
Ranges of
categories
(related
conditio...
Tabular
List
Subcategory:
F30.1- Manic episode without
psychotic symptoms
(Codes not in bold are incomplete)
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Tabular list layout
Chapter
21 of them
from A to Z
(body system
or condition)
Block
Ranges of
categories
(related
conditio...
Tabular
List
Highest specificity code:
F30.11 Manic episode without
psychotic symptoms, mild
(Complete codes are bolded.)
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1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently
use
2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and no...
1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently
use
2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and no...
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TabularList
1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently
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2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and no...
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TabularList
1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently
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2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and no...
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1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently
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1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently
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1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently
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ICD-9blocks
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ICD-10categories
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FindACode
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ProviderDocumentationGuide
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ProviderDocumentationGuide
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ProviderDocumentationGuide
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ProviderDocumentationGuide
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ProviderDocumentationGuide
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ProviderDocumentationGuide
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2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and no...
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ICD-10 books
• More than 40 pages which teach
• Conventions
• Guidelines
• Implementation steps
• Sp...
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ICD-10 Training For Counseling, Psychology & Psychiatry.

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In this training program, Dr. Gwilliam, a certified ICD-10 instructor, will build on the basics and dive into specialty specific guidelines for Psychology.

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ICD-10 Training For Counseling, Psychology & Psychiatry.

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  2. 2. Dr. Evan Gwilliam • Education • Bachelor’s of Science, Accounting - Brigham Young University • Master’s of Business Administration - Broadview University • Doctor of Chiropractic, Valedictorian - Palmer College of Chiropractic • Certifications • Certified Professional Coder (CPC) - AAPC • Nationally Certified Insurance Coding Specialist (NCICS) - NCCT • Certified Chiropractic Professional Coder (CCPC) - AAPC • ChiroCode Certified Chiropractic Professional Coder (CCCPC) - ChiroCode • Certified Professional Coder – Instructor (CPC-I) - AAPC • Medical Compliance Specialist – Physician (MCS-P) - MCS • Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA) – AAPC, NAMAS • Certified ICD-10 Trainer - AAPC 2
  3. 3. Overview • Part 1 - ICD-10 fundamentals and navigation • Part 2 - Coding conventions and guidelines • Part 3 - ICD-10 code selection strategies • Part 4 - Documentation improvement ***Specialty specific training 3
  4. 4. Tabular list layout Chapter 21 of them from A to Z (body system or condition) Block Ranges of categories (related conditions) Categories 3 characters (more specific condition) Subcategories 4th or 5th characters (etiology, location, etc.) Codes 6th or 7th characters (laterality, encounter, etc.) 4
  5. 5. 5 Tabular List Chapter: 5, Mental, Behavioral and Neurodevelopmen tal disorders (FØ1-F99)
  6. 6. Tabular list layout Chapter 21 of them from A to Z (body system or condition) Block Ranges of categories (related conditions) Categories 3 characters (more specific condition) Subcategories 4th or 5th characters (etiology, location, etc.) Codes 6th or 7th characters (laterality, encounter, etc.) 6
  7. 7. Tabular List 7 Block: MOOD [AFFECTIVE] DISORDERS (F30-F39) (Always bold CAPS, lined above and below)
  8. 8. Tabular list layout Chapter 21 of them from A to Z (body system or condition) Block Ranges of categories (related conditions) Categories 3 characters (more specific condition) Subcategories 4th or 5th characters (etiology, location, etc.) Codes 6th or 7th characters (laterality, encounter, etc.) 8
  9. 9. Tabular List 9 Category: F30- MANIC EPISODE (Always all CAPS)
  10. 10. Tabular list layout Chapter 21 of them from A to Z (body system or condition) Block Ranges of categories (related conditions) Categories 3 characters (more specific condition) Subcategories 4th or 5th characters (etiology, location, etc.) Codes 6th or 7th characters (laterality, encounter, etc.) 10
  11. 11. Tabular List Subcategory: F30.1- Manic episode without psychotic symptoms (Codes not in bold are incomplete) 11
  12. 12. Tabular list layout Chapter 21 of them from A to Z (body system or condition) Block Ranges of categories (related conditions) Categories 3 characters (more specific condition) Subcategories 4th or 5th characters (etiology, location, etc.) Codes 6th or 7th characters (laterality, encounter, etc.) 12 Note: Codes may be complete with fewer than 6 characters. Some codes only have 3.
  13. 13. Tabular List Highest specificity code: F30.11 Manic episode without psychotic symptoms, mild (Complete codes are bolded.) 13
  14. 14. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  15. 15. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  16. 16. 16 TabularList
  17. 17. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  18. 18. 18 TabularList
  19. 19. 19 TabularList
  20. 20. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  21. 21. 21 TabularList
  22. 22. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  23. 23. 23 TabularList
  24. 24. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  25. 25. 25 TabularList
  26. 26. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  27. 27. 27 TabularList
  28. 28. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  29. 29. 29 ICD-9blocks
  30. 30. 30 ICD-10blocks
  31. 31. 31 ICD-10categories
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  33. 33. 33 FindACode
  34. 34. 34 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  35. 35. 35 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  36. 36. 36 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  37. 37. 37 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  38. 38. 38 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  39. 39. 39 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  40. 40. 40 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  41. 41. 41 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  42. 42. 42 ProviderDocumentationGuide
  43. 43. 43 ProviderDocumentationGuide
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  48. 48. 1. Find an ICD-10 category (three characters) you will frequently use 2. Identify the fourth character descriptions and note key differences 3. Identify the fifth character description (if applicable) for each four-character subcategory and note key differences 4. Do the same for the sixth character (if applicable) 5. Check the guidelines at each level: 1. Code 2. Subcategory 3. Category 4. Block 5. Chapter ICD-10 code breakdown
  49. 49. 34 specialty specific ICD-10 books • More than 40 pages which teach • Conventions • Guidelines • Implementation steps • Specialty specific • DSMICD-10 mapping • ICD-9ICD-10 mapping • Alpha Index • Abridged Tabular List Use “CureMD20” to save $20 at InstaCode.com
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