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Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Coding Secondary Diagnoses

We’re willing to bet that the biggest discrepancy you see on your coding audits has to do with the assignment of secondary diagnoses. Which conditions should you pick up? Which conditions are better left unreported? How do you follow the coding guidelines and meet medical necessity required for payment? And why do those rules seem to change between hospital and physician coding settings?

The answers to all these questions and more as Haugen Consulting Group presents the Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Coding Secondary Diagnoses.

What attendees will learn:

  • Identify coding audit trends related to secondary diagnoses
  • Utilize official coding guidance for secondary diagnosis selection

AHIMA Education Category: Clinical Data Management

Fri, Sept 15, 2017 1 - 2 PM ET

Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Coding Secondary Diagnoses

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Computer-Assisted Coding

A collaborative solution bringing coders and CDI together

Computer-assisted coding (CAC) is not just a tool for coders it is also a collaborative workspace for both CDI specialists and coders. A collaborative team approach opens the way to discuss issues and explore solutions together. This encourages communication, reduces redundant workflow steps and promotes teamwork.

The attendees will learn:

  • The importance of a collaborative workspace for coders and CDI
  • Using the power of NLP to enhance the entire process by identifying problem documentation

AHIMA Education Category: Performance Improvement

Fri, Oct 20, 2017 1 - 2 PM ET

Computer-Assisted Coding: A collaborative solution bringing coders and CDI together

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HCC Coding

This webinar will explain Risk Adjustment and how it impacts HCC coding. Reimbursement guidelines that apply to HCC coding and Risk Adjustment will be examined. The importance of provider documentation and medical record documentation will be explained. Examples will be provided on how documentation of chronic conditions impact HCC.

The attendees will learn:

  • How HCC’s can impact coding
  • The reimbursement guidelines surrounding HCC coding and risk adjustment

AHIMA Education Category: Clinical Data Management

Fri, Nov 17, 2017 1 - 2 PM ET

HCC Coding

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Symptoms of Good Coding Practice

Sorting the Signs and Symptoms from Integral Conditions

The guidelines seem pretty simple; don’t code signs and symptoms that are integral to another coded condition.  But how do you know what’s integral and what’s not?  What about establishing medical necessity?  Are all signs and symptoms contained in Chapter 18 of ICD-10-CM?

The attendees will learn:

  • How and why certain sign’s and symptom are integral to the disease and what’s not.
  • The guidelines and some of the trickier aspects of coding for signs, symptoms, and ill-defined conditions.

AHIMA Education Category: Clinical Foundations

Fri, Dec 8, 2017 1 - 2 PM ET

Symptoms of Good Coding Practice: Sorting the Signs and Symptoms from Integral Conditions

This webinar has concluded. Click here for links for the recording, handouts, Q&A and the survey. Please make sure that you watch the entire recording before completing the survey because the lists can be compared for AHIMA CEU audits.

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Assigning E/M Levels

This webinar will review the three main components used to level the visit (History, Exam and Medical Decision Making). The presenter will review each component going over the different factors for each.  Examples will be given for the different areas.  How time factors into leveling the E&M will be reviewed and what is required to be documented in order to code by time.  Differences between AMA and CMS will be discussed for the areas where AMA and CMS have different guidance. In addition, we will discuss the differences between CMS carriers.

The attendees will learn:

  • How time factors into leveling the E&M
  • What is required to be documented in order to code by time.
  • Differences between AMA and CMS will be discussed for the areas where AMA and CMS have different guidance.
  • The differences between CMS carriers.

AHIMA Education Category: Clinical Data Management

Fri, Jan 19, 2018 1 - 2 PM ET

Assigning E/M Levels

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Using Computer-Assisted Coding for E/M

This webinar will focus on how computer-assisted coding (CAC) can be used for E/M coding as well. Coders have more tools at their fingertips than they have ever had before with the addition of computer-assisted coding. Learn how this tool can be used not only for code suggestions and E/M assignment but also to identify HCC documentation opportunities.

AHIMA Education Category: Performance Improvement

Fri, Feb 16, 2018 1 - 2 PM ET

Using Computer-Assisted Coding for E/M

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