ICD-10: A Comprehensive Guide: Education, Planning and Implementation

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Cengage Learning, Mar 8, 2012 - Business & Economics - 950 pages
ICD-10: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE fully prepares current and future medical coders for the transition to ICD-10-CM and PCS coding systems that will go into effect on October 1, 2013. This comprehensive guide covers both ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding, highlighting changes in terminology, functionality, guidelines, and conventions. Whether you need to understand and review the impact the transition will have on the industry, or if you need to learn to assign ICD-10 codes accurately, ICD-10: A Comprehensive Guide will prepare you for the road ahead.
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Contents

ICD10 History Preview and Impacts
1
HIPAA ARRA HITECH Transactions and Code Sets
23
General Equivalency Mappings
60
ICD10CM Layout Conventions General Guidelines
91
The Diagnostic Coding Process
125
ICD10CM by Body System Chapters 14
155
ICD10CM by Body System Chapters 69
203
ICD10CM by Body System Chapters 1014
250
Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology
652
Rehabilitation Mental Health and Substance Abuse
680
Implementation Strategy Assessment and Planning
713
ICD10CM Guidelines 2012
757
ICD10PCS 2012 Guidelines
871
ICD10 Quick Reference
886
Institutional Claim 4010A to 5010
889
Professional Claim 4010A to 5010
983

ChapterSpecific Guidelines by Body System Chapters 1517
289
ICD10CM by Body System Chapters 1821 and 5
329
ICD10PCS Procedural Coding System
390
Root Operations in the Medical and Surgical Section
429
Medical and Surgical Section Coding
481
Section 1 Obstetrics
527
Placement Administration Monitoring Measuring Sections
554
Extracorporeal Sections
599
Osteopathic Other Procedures Chiropractic and Imaging
620
GEM Fact Sheet
1077
2012 General Equivalency Map Instructions
1082
2012 GEM Reimbursement Map Instructions
1108
ICD10 Transition Project Project Management Plan
1119
Sample ICD10 Implementation Table
1133
Glossary
1136
Index
1146
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About the author (2012)

Carline Dalgleish has been employed in the medical business office management profession since 1970. She began in the Medical Records department of the Army/Air Force Hospital in Nuremberg, Germany and has, over the years, performed accounts receivable and business office management services for physicians, clinics, and hospitals, and Medicare. She has experience in administrative and financial departments, as well as management experience in business office administration, regulatory compliance, information technology, and is a subject matter expert in administrative medical assisting, and medical billing and coding. In addition, she has created the curriculum for and instructed many accounts receivable and accounts payable educational programs, with an emphasis in administrative medical assisting, and medical billing and coding.In the early 90's, Ms. Dalgleish moved full-time into curriculum development, teaching and management of business and allied health education programs, with special emphasis on medical business office administration and management. Ms. Dalgleish holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Information Systems, and a Master's degree in Leadership. She's an AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer, and is a member of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM), and owns her own educational consulting firm, AnnGrant Education Services, Inc.

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