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Report

ICD-10-CM Made Simple: 2019 Coding Structure, Nomenclature and Vocabulary

$157.00 $107.00

Report

ICD-10-CM Made Simple: 2019 Coding Structure, Nomenclature and Vocabulary

$157.00 $107.00

  • Understanding the nuances of accurate ICD-10-CM coding is no easy thing. And the consequences of choosing the wrong code are significant.  So, whether you just don’t quite “get” how ICD-10 works, or you want to improve your fundamental understanding of this complex coding system, this expert report is the answer: ICD-10-CM Made Simple: 2019 Coding Structure, Nomenclature and Vocabulary.

    The only way to ensure your diagnosis coding is accurate is to have a solid handle on ICD-10-CM core concepts. By utilizing this expert report you’ll be able to dominate the fundamentals of diagnosis coding, learn how to optimize the available structural coding tools, and master ICD-10-CM language – all of which will significantly improve your chances of selecting the most specific diagnosis codes possible for your claims, reduce your denials, and boost your overall reimbursement.

    This brand-new expert report is NOT just for coders and billers. It’s for ANYONE who needs to really understand the mechanics of this intricate coding system … but doesn’t have the time to wade through massive books or confusing government websites. 

    PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY BY DEC. 14TH AND SAVE $50 INSTANTLY!

    • Downloadable PDF - $157 $107
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      Please note: PDF copy will be sent via email starting on Nov. 28th. Print copies will be available starting on Dec. 10th. Please allow 7 days for delivery.

  • By utilizing this report, you’ll receive easy-to-understand tools you can implement right away to improve the accuracy of your diagnosis coding and speed your claims payup. Here are just a few of the proven coding tactics you’ll benefit from:

    •  Use the Alphabetic Index and Tabular List to select the
        most specific diagnosis code the first time
    •  Identify key terms in real physician documentation to
        improve your overall diagnosis code selection accuracy
    •  Reduce denials by mastering how codes break down by
        character
    and what each component tells you
    •  Use common coding rules and guidelines to identify the
        most specific diagnosis code
    available for each claim
    • 
    And so much more …

    Get the step-by-step ICD-10-CM information you need quicker and easier than you thought possible. Don’t wait another minute. Take advantage of this practical tool, and place your order today.




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  •  EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR: Deborah Grider, CPC, COC, CPC-I, CPC-P, CPMA, CEMC, CCS-P, CDIP

    Deborah 
    is a nationally sought after leader in the industry and is passionate about assisting physicians and hospitals to improve their coding, documentation and business operations to maintain compliance and improve revenue. Her motto is: “Documentation excellence is the key to improving revenue.” 

    With more than 32 years of healthcare industry experience, Deborah has served as a practice administrator, medical record auditor, and clinical documentation improvement practitioner, as well as a sought after speaker and educator. She works with physicians, hospitals and outpatient facilities both small and large and provides practice assessments, revenue cycle guidance, coding, auditing, CDI development, education and project management. She also provides litigation support to attorneys nationally on behalf of their physician and health system clients.

    Deborah is considered a top ICD-10 implementation expert and routinely appears on ICD-10 Monitor’s “Talk Ten Tuesday.” She has provided testimony for the National Committee on Health Care Vital Statistics on ICD-10 implementation and developed the education and training for ICD-10 Implementation for Physicians and Payers for the American Academy of Professional Coders, and the ICD-10 Implementation Training for the Indiana Hospital Association. From 2009-2012, she served on the ICD-10 Stakeholders Committee in Washington, DC advising CMS and HHS of the challenges with ICD-10 Implementation.