Anatomy for ICD-10 Part 2 - Musculoskeletal
The implementation of ICD-10 will bring many challenges and need for increased clinical understanding by coders. In this webinar we will review that impact that ICD-10 will have on coding for musculoskeletal conditions. Diagnosis codes for injuries have expanded greatly and a comprehensive understanding of the anatomy of this system will be necessary to assign the diagnosis code to the highest level of specificity.
You Will Learn:
- The structure of the musculoskeletal system
- Common terminology used for coding fractures
- Necessary components of ICD-10-CM coding that must be found in documentation
- How to code for common diseases and disorders of the musculoskeletal system
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About The Presenter
Kim brings over 22 years of progressive coding experience in healthcare to her role as Director of ICD-10 Development and Training. She has a vast range of knowledge from working in a variety of professional medical settings, including a large academic medical group in Vermont. Her previous experience has proved her to be successful in leading physicians and students to achieve comprehensive levels of understanding on complex coding and documentation guidelines.
She has done extensive work on identifying Compliance risk areas and providing education to promote awareness and operational improvements throughout an academic medical center with 500+ physicians. Kim specializes in medical chart auditing, practice management and curriculum development used in teaching certified professional coding classes. She has lead more than 100 students to become certified as professional coders through the AAPC. She has presented on various coding topics across the country, including ICD-10 implementation training.
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