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ED Coding ICD-9

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    I was hoping someone could help me. I am looking for a webinar course for ICD-9 coding for the ED. I found one at Coding Metrix but they have discontinued that one. Has anyone on here taken or ran across one of these lately. I am having difficulty in finding much of anything to do with ED, how do you keep if your CEU's for the CEDC?


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    The CEDC curriculum on this site has a module on ICD-9 coding. There are consultants out there like Todd Thomas and Caral Edelberg who do trianing which includes ICD-9 coding.
    But ICD-9 coding for the ED is pretty much based on the ICD-9 guidelines like all diagnostic coding. If there is a big difference it is that sometimes there is not an adequate final DX in the ED so signs and symptoms are often used. And of course E coding is common.


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    Also now it is looking for 4 E codes with each account: Place of occurance; injury code; activity doing during the injury; and if it was working - making money - or recreational.
    Susan Edwards, CPC, CEDC, AAPC Fellow
    Swainsboro/Statesboro Georgia President

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