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ICD 10 tracker of AAPC

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    Default ICD 10 tracker of AAPC
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    I logged in and saw this ICD 10 tracker on me. Since I am inexperienced but certified coder(CPC-A), I am in warning and in '0' position. Is there a way for me to follow the recommended position I was supposed to be on ICD 10 tracker when I am not working as a coder????

    I mean we know how to to earn CEUs for certification. How to earn points/what to do to advance your position from warning(where I am) to on track.
    Last edited by medcoder9; 04-23-2011 at 09:38 AM.

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    The tracker that you are talking about is used for the implementation of ICD-10 into the practice. There is a section that talks about the training of staff but the tracker does cover other areas in the practice such as the IT changes, policies, etc...

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    It's also there for your use alone. Nobody is going to look at it but you so don't be so concerned about it. When you get in a position to use it then you will need it.

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