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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery ICD-10-CM diagnosis, ICD-10-PCS procedure, and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. It is comprised...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for assigning same day surgery ICD-10-CM diagnosis, ICD-10-PCS procedure, and 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: ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT Coding, and Case Studies. The seven case studies describe patient encounters in the same day surgery setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes, ICD-10-PCS codes, and CPT codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours 10 minutes 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, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT codes. 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, ICD-10-PCS procedure, and 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: ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT Coding, and Case Studies. The seven case studies describe patient encounters in the same day surgery setting and require the correct assignment of first-listed and secondary diagnosis codes, ICD-10-PCS codes, and CPT codes. This assessment should take approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours 10 minutes 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, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT codes. 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 IRF-PAI coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. The...
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for IRF-PAI coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into five parts: Part One is focused on coding guidelines; Part Two, etiologic; Part Three covers IRF-PAI comorbidities, and Part Four, PAI scenarios. Part Five provides two case studies. *Required resource: Code book for ICD-10-CM 2018
This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for IRF-PAI coding. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into five parts: Part One is focused on coding guidelines; Part Two, etiologic; Part Three covers IRF-PAI comorbidities, and Part Four, PAI scenarios. Part Five provides two case studies. *Required resource: Code book for ICD-10-CM 2018
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Cardiovascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiovascular diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Cardiovascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiovascular diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Cardiovascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiovascular diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Digestive Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of digestive diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Digestive Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of digestive diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided. *Required resource: Current version code book for ICD-10-CM
The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Digestive Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of digestive diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided. *Required resource: Current version code book for ICD-10-CM
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Endocrine Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of endocrine diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Endocrine Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of endocrine diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Endocrine Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of endocrine diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Infectious Continual Assessment is a disease-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of infection diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Infectious Continual Assessment is a disease-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of infection diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Infectious Continual Assessment is a disease-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of infection diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Injuries Continual Assessment is a diagnosis-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of injury diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Injuries Continual Assessment is a diagnosis-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of injury diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Injuries Continual Assessment is a diagnosis-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of injury diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Pregnancy Complications Continual Assessment is a specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of pregnancy complication diagnostic codes in the...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Pregnancy Complications Continual Assessment is a specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of pregnancy complication diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Pregnancy Complications Continual Assessment is a specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of pregnancy complication diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Respiratory Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of respiratory diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Respiratory Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of respiratory diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Diagnostic Respiratory Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of respiratory diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Cardiac Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiac procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS classification...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Cardiac Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiac procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy & Physiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Cardiac Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiac procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy & Physiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Cath Lab Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cath lab diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Cath Lab Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cath lab diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Cath Lab Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cath lab diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Orthopedics Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of orthopedic procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Orthopedics Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of orthopedic procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy & Physiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Orthopedics Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of orthopedic procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy & Physiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Vascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of vascular procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS...
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The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Vascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of vascular procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy & Physiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Inpatient Procedural Vascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of vascular procedure codes in the ICD-10-PCS classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Anatomy & Physiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Cardiovascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiovascular diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Cardiovascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiovascular diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Cardiovascular Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of cardiovascular diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Digestive Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of digestive diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Digestive Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of digestive diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Digestive Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of digestive diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Endocrine Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of endocrine diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Endocrine Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of endocrine diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Endocrine Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of endocrine diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Infectious Continual Assessment is a disease-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of infection diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Infectious Continual Assessment is a disease-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of infection diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Infectious Continual Assessment is a disease-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of infection diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Injuries Continual Assessment is a diagnosis-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of injury diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Injuries Continual Assessment is a diagnosis-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of injury diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Injuries Continual Assessment is a diagnosis-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of injury diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Coding Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Pregnancy Complications Continual Assessment is a specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of pregnancy complication diagnostic codes in the...
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Pregnancy Complications Continual Assessment is a specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of pregnancy complication diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Pregnancy Complications Continual Assessment is a specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of pregnancy complication diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Coding Scenarios. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and coding scenario carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Respiratory Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of respiratory diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM...
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The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Respiratory Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of respiratory diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
The ICD-10 Outpatient Diagnostic Respiratory Continual Assessment is a system-specific assessment meant to determine competency in the assignment and use of respiratory diagnostic codes in the ICD-10-CM classification system. This assessment is broken into three primary parts: Guidelines, Pathophysiology, and Case Studies. This assessment should take approximately 30 minutes to one hour and can only be taken once. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully and only assign codes supported by the documentation provided.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level needed to take the CCS exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies requiring actual code entry. This assessment...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level needed to take the CCS exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies requiring actual code entry. This assessment takes between 4 and 6 hours to complete and should take less time with each attempt. Keep in mind that the official CCS exam allows a maximum of 4 hours. The assessment is divided into three parts. Part one is focused on anatomy, regulations, and coding guidelines. Part two centers on diagnostic, PCS, and CPT coding. Part three offers a total of seven case studies describing patient encounters in the inpatient, outpatient, and emergency department settings and require the correct assignment of all diagnosis and procedure codes. This assessment must be completed once it is started and may be taken multiple times. Read each question or case study carefully and remember to code only as supported in the documentation. Portions of this content are copyright 2016 American Medical Association (AMA). CPT is a registered trademark of the AMA. CCS is a registered trademark of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Neither AMA nor AHIMA assumes liability for product content.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level needed to take the CCS exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies requiring actual code entry. This assessment takes between 4 and 6 hours to complete and should take less time with each attempt. Keep in mind that the official CCS exam allows a maximum of 4 hours. The assessment is divided into three parts. Part one is focused on anatomy, regulations, and coding guidelines. Part two centers on diagnostic, PCS, and CPT coding. Part three offers a total of seven case studies describing patient encounters in the inpatient, outpatient, and emergency department settings and require the correct assignment of all diagnosis and procedure codes. This assessment must be completed once it is started and may be taken multiple times. Read each question or case study carefully and remember to code only as supported in the documentation. Portions of this content are copyright 2016 American Medical Association (AMA). CPT is a registered trademark of the AMA. CCS is a registered trademark of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Neither AMA nor AHIMA assumes liability for product content.
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level of students preparing for the Professional Credential Exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes...
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level of students preparing for the Professional Credential Exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 5 hours and 40 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into four parts: Part One is focused on coding; Part Two, medical terminology and anatomy; Part Three, compliance and regulations. Part Four provides a six case studies.
This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level of students preparing for the Professional Credential Exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 5 hours and 40 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into four parts: Part One is focused on coding; Part Two, medical terminology and anatomy; Part Three, compliance and regulations. Part Four provides a six case studies.
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Financial Counseling. It comprises multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 70...
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Financial Counseling. It comprises multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 70 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into seven parts. Part one is focused on hospital finance basics. Part two centers on insurance and coverage. Part three focuses on collection. Part four centers on communication. Part five focuses on financial counseling scenarios. Part six centers on deductible and coinsurance scenarios, and part seven provides one case study.
This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Financial Counseling. It comprises multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 70 minutes to complete. The assessment is divided into seven parts. Part one is focused on hospital finance basics. Part two centers on insurance and coverage. Part three focuses on collection. Part four centers on communication. Part five focuses on financial counseling scenarios. Part six centers on deductible and coinsurance scenarios, and part seven provides one case study.
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Pre-Registration/Registration. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes...
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Pre-Registration/Registration. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1 hour to complete. The assessment is divided into six parts. Part one is focused on pre-registration/registration basics. Part two centers on insurance and coverage. Part three focuses on collection. Part four centers on communication. Part five focuses on pre-registration/registration scenarios. And part six provides three case studies.
This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Pre-Registration/Registration. It is comprised of multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1 hour to complete. The assessment is divided into six parts. Part one is focused on pre-registration/registration basics. Part two centers on insurance and coverage. Part three focuses on collection. Part four centers on communication. Part five focuses on pre-registration/registration scenarios. And part six provides three case studies.
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Scheduling. It comprises multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately one hour to...
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This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Scheduling. It comprises multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately one hour to complete. The assessment is divided into six parts. Part one is focused on scheduling basics, part two centers on insurance and coverage, part three focuses on collection, part four centers on communication, part five focuses on scheduling scenarios, and part six provides three case studies.
This baseline assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for Patient Access Scheduling. It comprises multiple choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately one hour to complete. The assessment is divided into six parts. Part one is focused on scheduling basics, part two centers on insurance and coverage, part three focuses on collection, part four centers on communication, part five focuses on scheduling scenarios, and part six provides three case studies.
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