Replay- Patient Safety Indicators and Core Measures

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Webinar Recordings
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Webinars
12/31/2019
Online

Whether you're in the quality or risk management area, the ICD-10-CM/PCS FY 2017 code updates will affect you as the proper coded data needs to be collected and reported.  This short on-demand webinar will provide you with the training you need, in a concise prerecorded webinar format that allows you to train at your convenience. Designed with knowledge demonstration in mind, this webinar is accompanied by a post-learning assessment that can be used to determine comprehension of the code set changes.

This 60-minute specialty code update webinar focuses on the impact that the FY 2017 ICD-10-CM/PCS code updates will have an impact on Patient Safety Indicators and Core Measures data. Attendees will focus on ICD-10-CM/PCS codes that will affect the accurate code assignment and reporting Prepare for a smooth transition to 2017, and ensure your organization is current and compliant with all the code updates.

 

Objectives

  • Identify ICD-10-CM code updates that will impact the Quality and Risk Management department data collection.
  • Apply code changes to case scenarios
  • Work through possible reimbursement scenarios

 

Who Should Attend

Quality and Risk  Professionals, CDI Professionals, Coding Managers, HIM Directors, Coding Supervisors, HIM Educators, HIM Managers

 

This replay was recorded on July 31, 2016.


Web replay access period:  The Web replay of this audio seminar will be accessible up to one (1) year after purchase.

 

Registration fee: Pricing for these webinars start at $99 for members and $119 for nonmembers. > Volume discounts are available (will open in new window or tab).

 

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