Webinar:
ICD-10: Lessons learned and tips to refine your ICD-10 program

ICD-10 Readiness

ICD-10 webinar: Lessons learned and tips to refine your ICD-10 program

Are you experiencing challenges with documenting in ICD-10?  You are not alone.  Our staff of clinical and coding experts has compiled a list of common issues and questions with documenting in ICD-10.

 

In this webinar, Health Language experts will discuss common challenges with coding in ICD-10, and offer tips on how to refine your ICD-10 documentation to promote accurate reimbursement, improve reporting and patient tracking, and help prevent denials and audits. 

Key learning objectives 

  • Documenting in ICD-10 - tips to reduce your financial risk 
  • Using clinical and coding attributes to document specificity and why you shouldn't use GEMs
  • Encounter Types:  Initial, Subsequent, or Sequela - what they mean in ICD-10, and how they should be used
  • ICD-9 codes – where they are still being used today   

Who should attend?  

  • Anyone who submits codes for reimbursement
  • Physicians
  • HIM managers
  • HIM directors
  • Financial consultants

Join us for this educational webinar.   

Presenters: 

Katherine (Katie) Sutton, RHIT, CCS, ICD-10 Trainer  
Manager,Clinical Informatics

Katie has 15 years of career experience in the medical field and is a seasoned coding and terminology professional for Health Language.  Previously, Katie worked as an outpatient facility coder.  At Health Language, she leads a team of content analysts in creating, mapping, and maintaining our 280+ content sets. She has written several articles about ICD-10 usage.

Kate Tierney, CHI, CPC, CCS-P, CPMA, CPC-P, CPhT, CEHRS, COBGC, CGSC, CEMC, CEDC, CBCS, CMAA, CICS, ICD-10 Trainer
Lead Clinical Data Analyst

Kate has worked in the healthcare industry for more than thirty years and has clinical experience in private practices, hospitals, and outpatient clinics.  Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer, she was a manager for large hospital system providing education and auditing for hospital-owned practices.  She served on the AAPC National Advisory Board for District 7 during 2011-2013.  She is a contributing author of The Official CPC Certification Study Guide, and currently leads a team of clinical data analysts and trainers.

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