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    Hi

    Does anyone know of a website that offer complex practice scenarios? Also a website that breaks down some of the guidelines and rules for ICD 10. My company is requiring us to be tested on ICD 10 and if we do not pass the tests each month we can lose our jobs. The last test was really hard and I am not sure if I passed. We are aloud to use the internet as a resource but I have not been able to find anything that helps with some of the guidelines which are a little confusing.

    thanks

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    Where I work we haven't really even started ICD-10 training yet. So I decided to purchase the ICD-10 online General Code Set myself - and I think it was great training. I have completed it, then I purchased the AAPC online practice Proficiency Assessment and I took it and that was great also - plus you can take that practice test as many times as you want to. I am hoping the AAPC online Real ICD-10 Proficiency Assessment is fixed by this weekend so I can take my test.

    With you company if you take the Real ICD-10 Proficiency Assessment yourself - and pass it (which is what we all have to do to keep our certifications) would that take care of your weekly tests?

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    The ICD-10 CM guidelines are not significantly different from the ICD-9 Cm guidelines. Be sure that what you are find on line is for ICD-10 CM and not ICD-10. These are different code sets and do have different guidelines and can be very confusing. The ICD-10 CM guidelines should be in the front of your ICD-10 CM code book. Most of the ICD-9 Cm guidelines were pasted right over to the ICD-10 CM code set. There are truely only a very few differences.

    Debra A. Mitchell, MSPH, CPC-H

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    no the aapc assessment does not count unfortunately

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    I found the below links during a Google search for free ICD-10-CM practice quizzes. I copied and pasted the questions into a Word document of approximately 100 questions each and then timed myself so I could treat it like the real thing. I found this very helpful - hopefully you will too. Good luck!

    http://health-information.advanceweb...-10-Coder.aspx

    http://www.justcoding.com/free-quizzes

    http://www.codebusters.com/blog/

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    Thank you so much for this information. This is really going to help me prepare for the AAPC ICD-10 test I have to take to keep my CPC certification.

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    Kindly let me know if you need more scenarios in ICD 10?
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    Rajkumar Kuppuraj CPC, CCS
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    Kindly let me know to get more scenarios in ICD 10?

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    I would love to have additional scenarios. I took my boot camp training in September & decided to go on-line & see where I could find coding examples. Needless to say, we get rusty real quick if we don't stay on top of any type of coding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlharris View Post
    Where I work we haven't really even started ICD-10 training yet. So I decided to purchase the ICD-10 online General Code Set myself - and I think it was great training. I have completed it, then I purchased the AAPC online practice Proficiency Assessment and I took it and that was great also - plus you can take that practice test as many times as you want to. I am hoping the AAPC online Real ICD-10 Proficiency Assessment is fixed by this weekend so I can take my test.

    With you company if you take the Real ICD-10 Proficiency Assessment yourself - and pass it (which is what we all have to do to keep our certifications) would that take care of your weekly tests?
    I just started the ICD-10 online General Code Set training myself. Does anyone know if there is an answer key for the workbook? There are 35 case studies at the end of the book, and it would be hard to know if I am doing them correctly without an answer key. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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