Anatomy for ICD-10 Part 1 - Cardiology
With ICD-10-CM coming in 2013, coders may be wondering what they can do to prepare now. Brushing up on your anatomy and pathophysiology is an important step to help in the transition to ICD-10-CM’s more complex structure.Examples will be shown to assist in the learning process.
You Will Learn:
- The anatomy of the heart, including the chambers, valves, and conduction system
- Specific disease processes of the heart, including coronary heart disease, myocardial infarctions, and hypertension
- The relationship between the above items and the ICD-10-CM system
CEU approved for all CPCs, CPC-Hs, CPC-Ps, CIRCCs and the following specialties: CCC, CCVTC
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About The Presenter
Betty has 25 years experience in physician coding, billing and education in many different types of health care settings. She has worked in multiple specialties and across multiple practice types. Betty currently focuses on ICD-10 training and curriculum development. Prior to coming to the AAPC, Betty ran a private consulting company and spoke nationally for many groups. She served on the National Advisory Board of AAPC from 2004 – 2007, and was elected as an officer on the Board from 2005-2007. She is currently an AAPC ICD-10 Expert Trainer and presents boot camps and onsite training in ICD-10 nationally.
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