About the Workshops
ICD-10 -CM is a new diagnostic and procedural medical coding system that will be mandated by the Federal government as it pertains to processing insurance claims, coding, and gathering data. Instructors, medical office personnel, medical office/coding students, physicians, and practice managers must be prepared to implement ICD-10 diagnosis codes by October 2014. The series of workshops presented by Nancy Higgins, CPC, CPC-I, CIRRCC, CPMA, CEMC, will provide detailed information that will equip you, your staff, and/or your students for the transition.
You Will Learn
- The significance and definition of ICD-10-CM
- The benefits of the new systems
- The differences between ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM
- How to select a diagnosis code
- Chapter specific guidelines and examples
ICD-10CM training was last held in a series of three workshops (March 15, June 14, and October 11, 2013) presented by Rowan-Cabarrus Community College continuing education and medical office administration programs. The workshops were facilitated by Nancy Higgins, CPC, CPC-I, CIRCC, CPMA, CEMC (The Magical World of Coding).
Cost: $70 per session – See ICD-10 flyer.
For more information on future classes, contact Jan Corriher-Smith 704-216-3514.
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