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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis and ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis and ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into seven parts: CM Conventions and Guidelines, PCS Conventions and Guidelines, CM Chapter-Specific Coding, CM Sequencing, PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Codes, and Case Studies. The five case studies describe patient encounters in the academic facility inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes and procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis and ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into seven parts: CM Conventions and Guidelines, PCS Conventions and Guidelines, CM Chapter-Specific Coding, CM Sequencing, PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Codes, and Case Studies. The five case studies describe patient encounters in the academic facility inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes and procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis and ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis and ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into five parts: CM Conventions and Guidelines, PCS Conventions and Guidelines, CM Coding, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the community facility inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes and procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis and ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into five parts: CM Conventions and Guidelines, PCS Conventions and Guidelines, CM Coding, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the community facility inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes and procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: CPT Basics, CPT Guidelines, CPT Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the emergency department setting and require the correct assignment of CPT codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all CPT codes and append modifiers, as applicable. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: CPT Basics, CPT Guidelines, CPT Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the emergency department setting and require the correct assignment of CPT codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all CPT codes and append modifiers, as applicable. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for CPT injection and infusion coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 60 minutes to...
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for CPT injection and infusion coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 60 minutes to complete and is divided into five parts: Part One focuses on hydration; Part Two, injections; Part Three, infusions; Part Four, chemotherapy. Part Five provides a two case studies. * Required resource: Current version code book for CPT
This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for CPT injection and infusion coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 60 minutes to complete and is divided into five parts: Part One focuses on hydration; Part Two, injections; Part Three, infusions; Part Four, chemotherapy. Part Five provides a two case studies. * Required resource: Current version code book for CPT
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for physician office Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) general surgery coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case...
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for physician office Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) general surgery coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete and is divided into four parts. Part one is focused on CPT basics, part two centers on CPT guidelines, part three focuses on CPT coding, and part four provides three case studies.
This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for physician office Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) general surgery coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete and is divided into four parts. Part one is focused on CPT basics, part two centers on CPT guidelines, part three focuses on CPT coding, and part four provides three case studies.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: CPT Basics, CPT Guidelines, CPT Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the same day surgery setting and require the correct assignment of CPT codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all CPT codes and append modifiers, as applicable. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: CPT Basics, CPT Guidelines, CPT Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the same day surgery setting and require the correct assignment of CPT codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all CPT codes and append modifiers, as applicable. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is divided into three parts: E/M Components, E/M Documentation, and E/M Coding. This assessment should take approximately 45 minutes and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is divided into three parts: E/M Components, E/M Documentation, and E/M Coding. This assessment should take approximately 45 minutes and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning hospital evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is divided into...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning hospital evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is divided into three parts: E/M Components, E/M Documentation, and E/M Coding. This assessment should take approximately 45 minutes and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning hospital evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is divided into three parts: E/M Components, E/M Documentation, and E/M Coding. This assessment should take approximately 45 minutes and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning physician office evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning physician office evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is divided into three parts: E/M Components, E/M Documentation, and E/M Coding. This assessment should take approximately 45 minutes and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning physician office evaluation and management (E/M) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. The assessment is divided into three parts: E/M Components, E/M Documentation, and E/M Coding. This assessment should take approximately 45 minutes and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning ancillary department ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning ancillary department ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the ancillary setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning ancillary department ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the ancillary setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery ICD-10-CM diagnosis and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery ICD-10-CM diagnosis and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into two parts: ICD-10-CM and CPT Code Sets and Case Studies. The six case studies describe patient encounters in the same day surgery setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed diagnosis codes, secondary diagnosis codes, and CPT procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes and CPT codes and append modifiers, as applicable. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery ICD-10-CM diagnosis and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into two parts: ICD-10-CM and CPT Code Sets and Case Studies. The six case studies describe patient encounters in the same day surgery setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed diagnosis codes, secondary diagnosis codes, and CPT procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes and CPT codes and append modifiers, as applicable. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Portions of this content are copyright © 2016 American Medical Association. CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Coding Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the emergency department setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Required resource: Code book for ICD-10-CM 2018
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning emergency department ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Coding Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the emergency department setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided. Required resource: Code book for ICD-10-CM 2018
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning home health ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning home health ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into three parts: Conventions & Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the home health setting and require the correct assignment of primary and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning home health ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into three parts: Conventions & Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the home health setting and require the correct assignment of primary and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for ICD-10 Inpatient Behavioral Health Diagnostic coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for ICD-10 Inpatient Behavioral Health Diagnostic coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1 to 1.5 hours to complete. The assessment is divided into four parts. Part one is focused on conventions and guidelines. Part two centers on chapter-specific guidelines. Part three focuses on diagnostic coding. Part four provides three case studies.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for ICD-10 Inpatient Behavioral Health Diagnostic coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1 to 1.5 hours to complete. The assessment is divided into four parts. Part one is focused on conventions and guidelines. Part two centers on chapter-specific guidelines. Part three focuses on diagnostic coding. Part four provides three case studies.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry....
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient rehabilitation ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient rehabilitation ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into three parts: Coding Guidelines, Rehabilitation Scenarios, and Case Studies. The rehabilitation scenarios represent the 13 medical conditions that constitute the 60% rule for rehabilitation status. The two case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient rehabilitation setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient rehabilitation ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into three parts: Coding Guidelines, Rehabilitation Scenarios, and Case Studies. The rehabilitation scenarios represent the 13 medical conditions that constitute the 60% rule for rehabilitation status. The two case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient rehabilitation setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for ICD-10 long-term care diagnostic coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 90...
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for ICD-10 long-term care diagnostic coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into three parts: Part One is focused on coding guidelines; Part Two, long-term care scenarios; and Part Three provides two case studies. *Required resource: Code book for ICD-10-CM 2018
This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for ICD-10 long-term care diagnostic coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into three parts: Part One is focused on coding guidelines; Part Two, long-term care scenarios; and Part Three provides two case studies. *Required resource: Code book for ICD-10-CM 2018
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning inpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and require the correct assignment of principal and secondary procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Conventions and Guidelines, Chapter-Specific Guidelines, Sequencing, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning outpatient ICD-10-PCS procedure codes for pediatrics. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: PCS Conventions, PCS Guidelines, PCS Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the outpatient setting and require the correct assignment of procedure codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers for all ICD-10-PCS codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning physician office ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning physician office ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Coding Guidelines, Condition Coding, Specialty Condition Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the physician office setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning physician office ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and questions requiring actual code entry. The assessment is divided into four parts: Coding Guidelines, Condition Coding, Specialty Condition Coding, and Case Studies. The three case studies describe patient encounters in the physician office setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 to 1.5 hours and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. When entering actual codes into the assessment, please ensure you use the appropriate letters/numbers and place decimals in correct locations for all ICD-10-CM codes. Read each question and case study carefully and assign codes only as supported by the documentation provided.
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Produced by: nThrive