Review of the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) ICD-10-CM/PCS Quarterly Coding Clinic guidance is vital to ensure appropriate and correct assignment of codes. Each quarter the AHA examines outstanding coding issues, new procedures and technology as well as providing updates to previous coding guidance. Having an expert at your fingertips to help make sense of the guidance— putting it into real world examples— can help coding professionals to fully master current requirements and guidelines.
Now, back by popular demand, ICD10monitor is offering an exclusive on-demand webcast that will review important information released in the second quarter 2023 AHA ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic. HIM professional and hospital coding educator Kay Piper will review and report on the guidance published so that you are up to date with compliant coding guidelines. Register now to receive an information-packed, well-organized and straightforward on-demand recap of the second quarter Coding Clinic shortly after the official AHA guidance is published.+
The AHA ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Clinic serves as the regulatory foundation for application of codes to conditions and procedures and identifies the appropriate situation(s) in which to apply or not apply and submit codes for reimbursement purposes. The coding professional is responsible for maintaining their skills and ensuring that compliant coding is practiced in order to ensure the organization’s revenue and data integrity.
Documentation is linked to clinical coding and understanding the coding rules will assist in knowing when to query.
Coding educators, coding compliance staff, clinical documentation integrity specialists (CDISs) CDI physician advisors, directors, staff, supervisors and managers, health information management (HIM) professionals, coding professionals, coding auditing professionals and coding managers.
+ Due to the nature of the content being reviewed, we do not have an exact date that the on-demand session will be available. We will make every effort to provide the on-demand within 3 weeks of the AHA’s publication.