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This library is designed to ensure that all clinical, non-clinical, administrative, and other hospital staff members follow corporate compliance regulations. It is recommended for all personnel.
This library is designed to ensure that all clinical, non-clinical, administrative, and other hospital staff members follow corporate compliance regulations. It is recommended for all personnel.
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Produced by: HCPro Inc
This course educates staff on the best practices for medical documentation and reviews The Joint Commission documentation standards. The HCCS Documentation for Quality Care course also covers accurate and...
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This course educates staff on the best practices for medical documentation and reviews The Joint Commission documentation standards. The HCCS Documentation for Quality Care course also covers accurate and complete documentation for care continuity, plus it outlines the legal aspects of documentation.
This course educates staff on the best practices for medical documentation and reviews The Joint Commission documentation standards. The HCCS Documentation for Quality Care course also covers accurate and complete documentation for care continuity, plus it outlines the legal aspects of documentation.
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Produced by: Health Care Compliance Strategies (HCCS)
The federal government has established a series of rules designed to protect the rights of patients and ensure that their personal information stays private. Enforced by the Office of Civil Rights, the Health...
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The federal government has established a series of rules designed to protect the rights of patients and ensure that their personal information stays private. Enforced by the Office of Civil Rights, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) establishes a series of procedures that must be followed in order to ensure patient privacy. In order to avoid major government fines, it’s critical for healthcare providers to maintain HIPAA compliance. HIPAA privacy training should be a critical part of your organization’s ongoing staff training. But many people only think that it’s important for the back office staff who handles paperwork and billing to fully understand HIPAA regulations. However, problems with HIPAA compliance can occur at any part of an organization. It’s essential for healthcare providers to make sure that doctors, nurses and all other staff are not just aware of HIPAA privacy compliance regulations but are expertly trained and able to fulfill all of the needed requirements. HCCS has created a comprehensive, multimedia HIPAA training course for every employee. This course provides training modules on HIPAA awareness as well as training modules that contain information employees need to know regarding Privacy, Security and Electronic Transaction. Our HIPAA online training is designed to engage your staff, making sure they pay attention and retain the information provided to them so they can use the proper practices in the real world.
The federal government has established a series of rules designed to protect the rights of patients and ensure that their personal information stays private. Enforced by the Office of Civil Rights, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) establishes a series of procedures that must be followed in order to ensure patient privacy. In order to avoid major government fines, it’s critical for healthcare providers to maintain HIPAA compliance. HIPAA privacy training should be a critical part of your organization’s ongoing staff training. But many people only think that it’s important for the back office staff who handles paperwork and billing to fully understand HIPAA regulations. However, problems with HIPAA compliance can occur at any part of an organization. It’s essential for healthcare providers to make sure that doctors, nurses and all other staff are not just aware of HIPAA privacy compliance regulations but are expertly trained and able to fulfill all of the needed requirements. HCCS has created a comprehensive, multimedia HIPAA training course for every employee. This course provides training modules on HIPAA awareness as well as training modules that contain information employees need to know regarding Privacy, Security and Electronic Transaction. Our HIPAA online training is designed to engage your staff, making sure they pay attention and retain the information provided to them so they can use the proper practices in the real world.
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Produced by: Health Care Compliance Strategies (HCCS)
Home Heath and Hospice content
Home Heath and Hospice content
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Produced by: Home Care Institute
This library is designed to ensure that all hospital personnel understand HIPAA privacy and security rules as relevant to various roles within the organization. It is recommended for all personnel.
This library is designed to ensure that all hospital personnel understand HIPAA privacy and security rules as relevant to various roles within the organization. It is recommended for all personnel.
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Produced by: HCPro Inc
This course is designed to teach employees about the Red Flags Rule and CMS's increased penalties for violations. It is recommended for all employees.
This course is designed to teach employees about the Red Flags Rule and CMS's increased penalties for violations. It is recommended for all employees.
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Produced by: ELC Information Security
This course provides an introduction to advanced coding for pneumonia. Areas reviewed include types of pneumonia, common documentation issues and procedures for pneumonia, and how billing for pneumonia can...
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This course provides an introduction to advanced coding for pneumonia. Areas reviewed include types of pneumonia, common documentation issues and procedures for pneumonia, and how billing for pneumonia can affect reimbursement.
This course provides an introduction to advanced coding for pneumonia. Areas reviewed include types of pneumonia, common documentation issues and procedures for pneumonia, and how billing for pneumonia can affect reimbursement.
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Produced by: nThrive
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for case management and knowledge of the associated rules and regulations. It is comprised of multiple-choice questions and case studies....
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for case management and knowledge of the associated rules and regulations. It is comprised of multiple-choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1 hour to complete. The assessment is divided into three parts. Part one is focused on regulatory compliance. Part two centers on case management guidance. Part three provides three case studies to be evaluated from a case management perspective.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for case management and knowledge of the associated rules and regulations. It is comprised of multiple-choice questions and case studies. This assessment takes approximately 1 hour to complete. The assessment is divided into three parts. Part one is focused on regulatory compliance. Part two centers on case management guidance. Part three provides three case studies to be evaluated from a case management perspective.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement resulting in appropriate inpatient principal and secondary ICD-10-CM diagnostic code assignment and ICD-10...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement resulting in appropriate inpatient principal and secondary ICD-10-CM diagnostic code assignment and ICD-10 DRG assignment. It is comprised of multiple choice and word bank questions. The assessment is divided into five parts: DRG, Clinical Concepts, General CDI, Documentation Scenarios, and Query Scenarios. The four query scenarios describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and ask for identification of documentation requiring provider clarification through a query and compliant query elements. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement resulting in appropriate inpatient principal and secondary ICD-10-CM diagnostic code assignment and ICD-10 DRG assignment. It is comprised of multiple choice and word bank questions. The assessment is divided into five parts: DRG, Clinical Concepts, General CDI, Documentation Scenarios, and Query Scenarios. The four query scenarios describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and ask for identification of documentation requiring provider clarification through a query and compliant query elements. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement resulting in appropriate inpatient principal and secondary ICD-10-CM diagnostic code assignment. It is...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement resulting in appropriate inpatient principal and secondary ICD-10-CM diagnostic code assignment. It is comprised of multiple choice and word bank questions. The assessment is divided into five parts: Principal Diagnosis, Clinical Concepts, General CDI, Documentation Scenarios, and Query Scenarios. The four case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and ask for identification of documentation requiring provider clarification through a query and compliant query elements. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement resulting in appropriate inpatient principal and secondary ICD-10-CM diagnostic code assignment. It is comprised of multiple choice and word bank questions. The assessment is divided into five parts: Principal Diagnosis, Clinical Concepts, General CDI, Documentation Scenarios, and Query Scenarios. The four case studies describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and ask for identification of documentation requiring provider clarification through a query and compliant query elements. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully.
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS skill level for clinical documentation improvement specialists in the areas of core coding foundations and ICD-10...
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This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS skill level for clinical documentation improvement specialists in the areas of core coding foundations and ICD-10 documentation requirements. It is comprised of multiple choice and word bank questions. The assessment is divided into seven parts: ICD-10-CM Guidelines, ICD-10-PCS Guidelines, Pincipal Diagnosis, Diagnostic Scenarios, Procedural Scenarios, Documentation Scenarios, and Query Scenarios. The two query scenarios describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and ask for identification of documentation requiring provider clarification through a query and compliant query elements. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully.
This comprehensive assessment is designed to evaluate the ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS skill level for clinical documentation improvement specialists in the areas of core coding foundations and ICD-10 documentation requirements. It is comprised of multiple choice and word bank questions. The assessment is divided into seven parts: ICD-10-CM Guidelines, ICD-10-PCS Guidelines, Pincipal Diagnosis, Diagnostic Scenarios, Procedural Scenarios, Documentation Scenarios, and Query Scenarios. The two query scenarios describe patient encounters in the inpatient setting and ask for identification of documentation requiring provider clarification through a query and compliant query elements. This assessment takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. Once the assessment is started, it must be completed. Read each question and case study carefully.
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement needed to take the CDI exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. This assessment takes between 3 hours to...
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This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement needed to take the CDI exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. This assessment takes between 3 hours to complete. The assessment is divided into seven parts. Part one is focused on official guidelines for coding. Part two centers on A&P assignment sequencing. Part three focuses on queries. Part four centers on facility CDI analysis. Part five focuses on education and communication. Part six covers professionalism, ethics, and compliance. And part seven centers on regulation and reimbursement. Portions of this content are copyright 2017 American Medical Association (AMA). CPT is a registered trademark of the AMA. The AMA assumes no liability for product content.
This assessment is designed to evaluate the skill level for documentation improvement needed to take the CDI exam. It is comprised of multiple choice questions. This assessment takes between 3 hours to complete. The assessment is divided into seven parts. Part one is focused on official guidelines for coding. Part two centers on A&P assignment sequencing. Part three focuses on queries. Part four centers on facility CDI analysis. Part five focuses on education and communication. Part six covers professionalism, ethics, and compliance. And part seven centers on regulation and reimbursement. Portions of this content are copyright 2017 American Medical Association (AMA). CPT is a registered trademark of the AMA. The AMA assumes no liability for product content.
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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 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.
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.
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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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