Prepare for ICD-10 and Earn CEU Credits

Posted by Digital Manager on Wed, Jun 03, 2015 @ 02:57 PM

Have you registered for our ICD-10 continuing education series, hosted by nationally recognized coding expert Susan Thurston? These 90-minute webinars with Q&A are focused on making sure your organization is fully prepared and educated for the ICD-10 coding changes.


Specialists in Pediatrics, Primary Care, OB-GYN and Orthopedics are well aware that a significant change is set to occur on October 1 when the new code set increases from 14,025 to MORE THAN 68,069 codes. Yet at the same time, many providers procrastinate—putting off the critical training needed to navigate the new levels of coding granularity and ICD-10’s documentation requirements.  

Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.          

In a series of practical, “tell me what I need to know” webinars, Susan Thurston teaches specialists what must be written in ICD-10 that wasn’t required in ICD-9 to earn full reimbursement.

With real-world chart examples, the training will help you:

  • Understand what MORE or DIFFERENT documentation is required to successfully code in ICD-10
  • Learn the key words and guidelines to get code selection and documentation right for the top 10 diagnoses in your specialty
  • Apply a simple 3-step approach to correctly report and document level of care

Join us to make sure your practice is properly prepared to make the switch and protect your bottom line. 

SEE full schedule of ICD-10 webinars

Attendees can submit for credit to their applicable governing board. AHIMA-Certified Coders earn 2 CEU credits. 


Topics: icd-10

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