ICD-10 Coding Changes – Coding Clinic Course (CEU)
ICD-10 Coding Changes Clinic Updates and Guidelines:
An online training course through the Medical Management Institute worth six continuing education units (CEUs). The training format is online and self-paced with full instructor support. A continuing education certificate is issued upon the completion of the course, which goes over all ICD-10 coding changes for quarters 1 and 2.
- Estimated Length: 6 Hours
- CEU Worth: 6 CEUs
- Training Format: Online and self-paced
- Approval: The AAPC has pre-approved this course for 6 AAPC CEUs
This online continuing education bundle consists of the following online course:
- Course 1 (6 CEUs): ICD-10 Coding Clinic Updates and Guidelines. This course provides a detailed, up-to-date overview of the ICD-10 coding changes and guidelines that have taken place. Specific ICD-10-CM guidance was issued for coding diabetes mellitus, heart failure, delivery, pregnancy complications, physical exam (with and without abnormal findings), comparative and contrasting diagnoses, and poisonings.
What is the Coding Clinic?
The Coding Clinic is a publication of the American Hospital Association (AHA) and is the only official publication for ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding guidelines and advice as designated by the four Cooperating Parties (AHA, AHIMA, CMS, CDC) and the Editorial Advisory Board. The information contained in AHA Coding Clinic is valuable to hospitals, physician offices, ambulatory services, and other healthcare settings.
Note: This publication is not required for the training, although it will be referenced throughout the course.
If you have any additional questions regarding this continuing education course, please feel free to contact an MMI representative at any time.
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