ICD-10 CM Coding Refresher for Skilled Nursing Facilities

$150.00

This webinar is scheduled for May 12 & 13, 2021. Registration fee of $150 is for both days of training.

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Course Description

Diagnosis coding accuracy is paramount to appropriate payment under PDPM, as ICD-10 Diagnosis codes & other patient characteristics are used as basis for classification in determining MCR payment.  The 5-day MDS establishes the PDPM payment category for the entire Medicare stay which is why it is so important to have good processes in place for establishing the principal diagnosis and having information to support coding all active diagnoses prior to the 5-day assessment reference date.

This program will include information regarding the Official ICD-10 Coding Guidelines, best practices for accurate ICD-10-CM code assignment, how to avoid common coding mistakes, and the importance of principal diagnosis identification.

Attendees should bring their current ICD-10 coding book to the training, as the training will include coding exercises and scenarios where the coding book will be used.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand how ICD-10 coding impacts reimbursement under Medicare PDPM.
  2. Understand best practices for diagnosis coding in the SNF setting
  3. Develop skills to prevent common coding errors in the SNF setting
  4. Identify clinical information that should be documented to support ICD-10-CM diagnosis coding

Target Audience

Director of Nursing, Assistant Director of Nursing, Nurse Managers, Nursing Home Administrators, Nursing staff and leaders, Quality Assurance Director, Medical Records, MDS staff, Therapy staff

Contact Hours

Up to 6.5 hours Nursing CE hours through Kentucky Board of Nursing