Get grounded in the pathophysiology and diagnosis coding requirements for encephalopathy, cerebrovascular accidents and traumatic brain injuries.
ICD-10-CM coding for encephalopathy, cerebrovascular accidents and traumatic brain injuries can be an uphill battle. These brain disorders come with highly complex pathophysiological underpinnings that are difficult for non-clinicians to comprehend. Adding to the challenge, coders may not know where to turn for coding guidance or when to appropriately submit a physician query. Consequently, code assignments often come up short, potentially leading to claim denials or missed revenue opportunities.
Correct, complete and properly sequenced ICD-10-CM code assignments depend on a solid pathophysiological and coding education — exactly what you’ll get from this ICD10monitor webcast. Our presenter, Cari Greenwood, will impart a clearer understanding of encephalopathy, cerebrovascular accident and traumatic brain injury diagnoses. You’ll also improve your ability to decipher physician documentation and learn where to turn for reliable guidance with problematic coding scenarios.
Real revenue is on the line. You need your ICD-10-CM coding for brain disorders to fully capture the principal diagnosis, as well as any comorbidities and complications (CCs) and major CCs (MCCs). In addition, you want your coders to be as productive as possible. With the knowledge gained from this ICD10monitor webcast, you’ll achieve both of these important objectives.
Inpatient and outpatient coders, coding supervisors and managers, clinical documentation integrity (CDI) specialists and claim denial specialists.
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