[CPU5332] 2017 ICD-10-CM for Home Health & Hospice Coders [Intermediate]
Online, on-demand training curriculum on ICD-10-CM...specifically for home health and hospice coders. This is the SECOND of THREE programs specifically created for training home health coders...the FIRST is CPU5220 and THIRD is CPU5357.
PROGRAM CHANGES FOR THE 2018 CODE YEAR: The 2018 ICD-10-CM Codes and revised coding guidance take effect October 1, 2017. Three (3) program segments will be recorded new, replacing -> Chapter 4 [E] Endocrine, Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases, Chapter 9 [I] Diseases of the Circulatory System, and Chapter 10 [J] Diseases of the Respiratory System. New/revised embedded quizzes and cumulative post-test questions will be released for these segments. Active subscribers to this program [CPU5332] also receive [CPU5584 2018 ICD-10-CM Update for Home Care Coders] at no cost and will receive each new program segment when these new segments are released. At that time, the current item number [CPU5332] will be retired and replaced with a new item number [CPU5598] for the 2018 code year.
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Subscription Types: Agency & Individual
Those with no previous formal training in coding - and those with previous, but limited, coding experience - are advised to first successfully complete this beginning-level code training
[CPU5220] prior to starting this Intermediate ICD-10-CM training program!
This CodeProU ICD-10-CM online training program is completely new for the 2017
Federal Fiscal/Code Year.
It consists of twenty (20) chapter-specific
program segments that deliver twenty-two (22) hours of in-depth, detailed instruction on the 2017 ICD-10-CM code set. Each segment contains multiple integrated quizzes and all 56 quizzes
within this program engage users and reinforce this important learning experience.
For those seeking a code certification: many new quiz questions and
coding scenarios were developed and added to help you in the application of your training to real-world coding issues. While this program
delivers a strong learning experience, we do suggest you investigate and utilize
[CPU5357] Conquering the Complexities of ICD-10-CM [A 2017 HCS-D Exam
Review] prior to certification testing.
It's also important to know this is not a generic ICD-10-CM training program!
It's produced for those with a need to attain an intermediate-level proficiency in ICD-10-CM coding in home health & hospice provider settings. The program provides specific emphasis on coding requirements in these settings,
presenting many patient coding scenarios, coding exercises and highly effective
A current ICD-10-CM coding manual is required and is not provided with this subscription.
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At the conclusion of this 2017 ICD-10-CM training program an online cumulative post-test captures overall comprehension of the training, allowing
users, supervisors and management to measure results. The cumulative post-test is database-driven and randomly generated. It consists of 80 questions and a 80%
passing rate is required. Test results are determined immediately upon submission and displayed to the user along with:
A post-test that is not successfully passed may be repeated at any time within the user (subscription) access period. Unlimited testing is allowed until the cumulative post-test is successfully passed. The post-test is not timed. The coding exercises, integrated quizzes, a program evaluation and cumulative post-test,
may add over eight (8) hours to this ICD-10-CM training exercise - though your additional time may vary.
About the Presenter(s): Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN, HCS-D, HCS-H, COS-C, HCS-O is a
veteran of home care with over 27 years spent in home health and hospice, both as an RN and as an attorney practicing exclusively in home care.
She is the owner of Selman-Holman & Associates, LLC, a full-service home care and hospice consulting firm, CoDR (Coding Done Right), an
outsourcing company for home care and hospice coding and OASIS review, and CodePro University, providing ICD-10-CM code training for home health and hospice coders and OASIS training for home health.
She is the Chair of the Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance specialty
board on OASIS and home care/hospice coding. She has provided education to home health and hospice professionals since 1994.
Lisa is certified as a
Homecare Coding Specialist-Diagnosis (HCS-D), Homecare Coding Specialist-Hospice (HCS-H), Homecare Coding Specialist-OASIS (HCS-O) and is certified in OASIS competency, COS-C. She is the technical editor to Decision Health's Complete Home Health ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding Manual and an author of the Decision Health OASIS-C2 study manual. She is the leader of the SME team for OASIS Optimize by Ability. She is a frequent contributor to other home care periodicals. Lis is a BMSC-approved instructor for the HCS-D exam and an AHIMA-approved ICD-10-CM Trainer. She has participated on the OASIS Certificate and Competency Board on the Exam Review Task Force. She is an active member of the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice and other state associations and frequently serves on regulatory task forces. She has also participated with the Texas Medical Foundation's Quality Improvement Organization State Home Health Coalition for OBQI.
Teresa Northcutt, BSN, RN, COS-C, HCS-D joins Selman-Holman & Associates from Primaris,
the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for the State of Missouri. She is a dynamic presenter of training for home health agency clinical staff on OASIS assessment
and coding, focusing on customized clinical education programs and the practical application of guidelines by field staff. In addition, she has provided educational
programs on agency communications and processes, quality outcome improvement, and care transitions for regional and state conferences. Certified in OASIS competency
(COS-C), Homecare Coding Specialist-Diagnosis (HCS-D), and as an AHIMA Approved ICD-10 Trainer, Teresa brings comprehensive and contemporary knowledge of home care
and quality improvement methods. Teresa has had experience as Clinical Services and QI/Education manager with home health agencies (independent, hospital-based,
and county health dept.), and as a hospital resource nurse, patient educator, and quality improvement facilitator. She received her BSN from St. Louis University.
CodeProU ICD-10-CM for Home Health & Hospice Coders consists of twenty  program segments. The list below includes viewing times in minutes. Note that viewing times do not include additional time you will spend answering integrated quizzes and addressing coding exercises contained within program segments. The amount of this additional time varies by individual. The CE credits awarded include viewing time, time spent answering integrated quizzes, coding execises, program evaluation and the program cumulative post-test.
Purpose: The purpose of this educational activity is to enhance the knowledge of the
Home Health Registered Nurse in utilizing the International Classification of Diseases, 10th revision, Clinical Modification
(ICD-10-CM) correctly to ensure HIPAA compliance. Compliance with the ICD-10-CM code set will be used to direct nursing
assessments and documentation of clinical information for further specificity required by the new code set as well as enhancing
the RN communication with physicians, establishment of the Plan of Care and therefore ensuring optimal reimbursement and risk adjustment on outcomes.
Requirements for Successful Completion:To successfully complete this activity, the participant must complete all components of the training format (online training
presentations & integrated quizzes and coding exercises), achieve an 80% or higher on the cumulative post-test, and complete the course evaluation.
Learning Objective [Clinician]: The nurse will actively participate in the learning activity and indicate an intent to change
or enhance their practice by using the ICD10CM coding principles to direct nursing assessments and documentation of clinical information,
enhance RN communication with physicians and establish plans of care resulting in optimal patient outcomes.
Learning Objective [Non-Clinician Coder]: At the conclusion of this learning activity, the non-clinician coder will be able to:
Program Expiration Date: September 30, 2017
Agency Subscription Type Agency subscription
are available and fees are determined on a Per-User basis. Agencies with multiple users
are eligible to receive significant discounts - please contact HCIN directly for a quote and to order a multi-user subscription. Agency subscriptions provide:
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are eligible to receive significant discounts - please contact HCIN directly for a quote and to order a multi-user subscription. Contact HCIN if you have any questions!
[CPU5332] 2017 ICD-10-CM for Home Health & Hospice Coders [Intermediate]