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Home Health ICD-10 Handbook

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ICD-10 is here to stay. As ICD-10 kicks off, it is important to understand that it is not the end of ICD-10 training; it’s only the beginning.

Struggling with ICD-10 Challenges in Home Care?

Post ICD-10 implementation, it will be important to focus on current issues that may arise as the result of implementation. It is a critical time for home health coders to master the new code set and adhere to the changes to commonly used home care diagnosis codes. In addition to this, you need to make sure your staff can analyze and stay abreast of your practice’s financial health. You need to learn simple steps to evaluate diagnosis documentation.

Looking out for ICD-10 Coding Guidelines and Updates?

To guide you along the way, TCI has launched the Home Health ICD-10 Handbook. This handbook will keep you on track with ICD-10-CM coding. Start with a brief history of the ICD code set, learn the way ICD-10-CM codes are composed and how the structure differs from ICD-9-CM. Next, you’ll find out how to use ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM General Equivalence Mappings (GEMS) to see how codes in the old code set match up to the new codes.

Know what payers want providers to know about ICD-10

You will be able to explore the major diagnosis coding categories in-depth, what has changed and what remains the same in ICD-10-CM. You’ll be happy to find that ICD-10-CM actually makes improvements to the way you’ll code for surgical wounds, pressure ulcers, and hypertension.

Here’s a sample of the key areas covered in the Home Health ICD-10 Handbook:

  • Brief history of ICD
  • Acquaint yourself with the ICD-10-CM codes
  • Get to know the GEMs
  • Debunk these ICD-10-CM myths and mysteries
  • Take a closer look at aftercare coding in ICD-10-CM
  • Read the notes before coding COPD in ICD-10
  • Brush up on coding for diseases of the circulatory system
  • Will your circulatory system coding pass the test?
  • Try your hand at this ICD-10-CM CVA sequelae coding scenario
  • Prepare for ICD-10 pressure ulcer changes
  • Streamline your pressure ulcer coding in ICD-10
  • Look for familiar guidelines for ICD-10 hypertension coding
  • How seven digit ICD-10-CM codes mirror ICD-9-CM for infected surgical wounds
  • Take another look at burn coding
  • Put external cause coding on pause
  • Watch for more open wound options in ICD-10-CM
  • Pave the way for ICD-10-CM fracture coding changes
  • See how Parkinson’s disease coding will change in ICD-10
  • Know where to find psych diagnoses in ICD-10
  • And more!

 

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