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Paula-Oct2013 832x1248-200x300Paula Digby,CCS,CDIP, CPC, CPCI, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer

Ready for ICD-10 in your IRF? If not, we strongly recommend a ”cramming session” to determine which areas need the most attention. This introductory session includes the most important aspects of code selection on the IRF-PAI and UB-04, Documentation Keys and the impact of the transition on the 60% Rule. Get the most important aspects in a nutshell; discover where your education needs enhancement; and get tips on Riding the Wave of ICD-10 without being overwhelmed.

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What will be covered:

  • A look at your overall plan and where you are today
  • Documentation is your life preserver – hints to address the details!
  • Presumptive Compliance and ICD-10 – What is the impact and how can I manage through this transition?
  • Dual coding and other code set practices

By the end of this session you should be able to quickly determine where to focus your attention so you are ready for the Oct 1, 2015 switch!

Who should watch?

IRF Coding Staff and key players such as: Program Directors, CMG Coordinators, IRF Clinical Staff &/or management would benefit.

Watch the full series!

After the cramming session, you may find that additional training in certain areas would be beneficial for your program. AQ-IQ.com is preparing these sessions during this Summer. Each session is available individually or as a complete package from AQ-IQ.com for those who attended our live webinars with Mediware. As a special offer to Mediware webinar attendees, use code “AMPED” for 10% off any rehab content at AQ-IQ.com. Coupon is valid until Oct. 31, 2015. Each session includes the presentation, a handout and unlimited replays for one year! Check it out! 

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