2016 Spinal Anatomy & Disorders: ICD-10
Spinal Anatomy & Disorders: ICD-10 Coding Clinic Highlights includes specific Coding Clinic guidance regarding correct reporting of ICD-10-CM code families related to spinal disorders. It is important to stay up-to-date with the new code changes as they occur so that you are on top of the game. This course is especially important for coders who work with the spinal code sets as they will be needing to implement these changes.This course is conducted completely online and self-paced through our learning center. This continuing education course is pre-approved through the AAPC and MMI to be used towards your RMC, RMM, RMA, RMB, CPC, COC (CPC-H), CPC-P, CPMA, and/or CPCP certification renewals (Core A).
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 health care settings.
Note: You do NOT need the Coding Clinic publication to complete this course, though it may be referenced throughout the online training.
- Introduction to spinal anatomy
- Spinal anatomy
- Spinal disorders
- Spinal fractures
- Final exam (20 questions)
- Estimated Length: 6 Hours
- Worth: 6 CEUs
- Pre-Approval: This course meets AAPC guidelines for 6 CEU credits
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If you have any questions regarding this CEU course, please contact MMI.