Logo


Menlo Park City Council Email Log

[ Home ] [ City Council ] [ Search ] [ 05/06 Archive ] [ 07/08 Archive ] [ 09/10 Archive ] [ 2011 Archive ] [ 12/13 Archive ] [ Watch City Council Meetings ]


Preparation for 2 month med Coding Training

From: domainremoved <Medical>
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2015 16:05:17 -0400

Most For Job Growth Now - 2025

ICD-10 two different types of exclusions. Both indicate that the current category or code excludes some specified condition, which is described elsewhere in the code set. Excludes1 indicates that the code for the excluded condition should not be reported with the current code, while Excludes2 indicates that the code for the excluded condition may be reported with the current code, assuming that both conditions are present. For example, category C43, malignant melanoma of skin, specifies exclusions of both kinds:

* Excludes1: melanoma in situ (D03.-),
* Excludes2: malignant melanoma of skin of genital organs (C51-C52, C60.-, C63.-), Merkel cell carcinoma (C4A.-), and sites other than skin.


Most For Job Growth through 2015 - 2025

Perhaps you are thinking of changing careers. Or maybe you are new to the job market and trying to nail down a career path. Either way, you should seriously consider a rewarding career in the Medical Billing and Coding field.
Explore Programs and Positions (http://www.ecsita.com/monst/med-coding-program.html)

Things to consider:
* Want to be a stay-at-home parent?
Already working a part-time job?
Need flexible hours?
Consider a rewarding career in Medical Coding.
* Explore training and placement options (http://www.ecsita.com/options/?403925) With ad-explore


More on Medical Coding Programs and Information available via ads for: (Click here) (http://www.ecsita.com/guid/en/index.html) :

* Training Programs
* Open Positions
* List of Courses
* Work from home guidelines



Thank you for taking the time to read this. go here (http://home.ecsita.com) if you are not interested.

1040 N Battin Street
Wichita KS 67028


** Clinical Documentation Guidance for ICD-10-CM/PCS
------------------------------------------------------------

Organizations were well on their way to an October 1, 2014 implementation of http://library.ahima.org/xpedio/groups/public/documents/ahima/bok1_050701.hcsp?dDocName=bok1_050701 ICD-10-CM/PCS when Congress passed H.R. 4302, the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014. This bill contained a section stating that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) could not adopt the new code set until at least October 1, 2015. Although this one-year delay will impact every organization and provider differently, now is the time to refocus organization efforts on clinical documentation. The delay offers some breathing room to evaluate current programs, implement new programs, or strengthen good processes.

Steps to take for this process include:
1. Identify the top 5-10 surgeries
a. Map to ICD-10-PCS
b. Define the documentation requirements
c. Identify documentation weaknesses
d. Develop documentation improvement
2. Identify the top 5-10 MS-DRGs
a. Map to principal diagnosis and/or procedures to ICD-10-CM/PCS
b. Review MCC/CC list
c. Define documentation requirements
d. Identify documentation weaknesses
e. Develop documentation improvement
Received on Fri Oct 16 2015 - 13:06:36 PDT

[ Search ] [ By Date ] [ By Message ] [ By Subject ] [ By Author ]


Email communications sent to the City Council are public records. This site is an archive of emails received by the City Council at its city.council@menlopark.org email address. The posting process is automated and can cause formatting issues when viewed from the website. File attachments sent to this address can be viewed as a link from the main message body. Please note the City Council is also copied on each correspondence. This site can be viewed by the public and sorted by subject, date, author or message thread. The email address of the sender is not disclosed for security purposes. It is the City's practice to remove SPAM (Unsolicited Bulk Email) email from the Council email log. If you believe your email has been removed in error, please contact the City at ccin.log@menlopark.org.