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Medical Coding and Billing 9

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The ICD is currently the most widely used statistical classification system for diseases in the world. ICD-9-CM is an adaption created by the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and used in assigning diagnostic and procedure codes associated with inpatient, outpatient, and physician office utilization in the United States. The ICD-9-CM is based on the ICD-9 but provides for additional morbidity detail.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 1 – Introduction to CPT and HCPCS

  • Introduction To CPT And Level II National Codes-HCPCS

Lesson 1 – Introduction to Reimbursement

  • Intro

Lesson 1 – Introduction to CPT and HCPCS

  • CMS-1500 Form

Lesson 1 – Introduction to Reimbursement

  • Medicare-PartB

Lesson 1 – Introduction to CPT and HCPCS

  • Categorized By

Lesson 1 – Introduction to Reimbursement

  • Fraud And Abuse

Lesson 1 – Introduction to CPT and HCPCS

  • Category I Codes
  • Format

Lesson 2 – Anatomy Physiology

  • Anatomy

Lesson 2 – Evaluation and Management (E/M)

  • Evaluation And Management-Part 1

Lesson 2 – Anatomy Physiology

  • Anatomic Organ Systems

Lesson 2 – Evaluation and Management (E/M)

  • Evaluation And Management-Part 2
  • Nature Of Evaluation And Management Services
  • Example Of HPI
  • Review Of Systems
  • E And M Documentation Guidelines
  • E And M Exam-Part 1
  • E And M Exam-Part 2
  • Exam
  • Medical Decision Making
  • Number Of Diagnoses Or Treatment Options
  • Amount And Or Complexity Of Data Reviewed
  • Nature Of Presenting Problem
  • E And M Documentation-Level Based On TIme
  • Hospital E And M Codes
  • Subsequent Visits
  • InitialInpatient Services
  • ProlongedServices
  • Modifiers

Lesson 3 – Medical Terminology

  • Medical Terminology

Lesson 3 – Surgery, Integumentary system, Anesthesia & Modifiers

  • Anesthesia
  • Physical Status Modifiers
  • Medicare Policy
  • Surgical Guidelines
  • 58 Staged Or Related Procedure
  • Modifier 52-Reduced Services
  • Ancillary Modifiers
  • Integumentary System
  • Morphology
  • Integumentary-Nails
  • Integumentary-Introduction
  • Clinical Scenario
  • Mohs Micrographic Surgury

Lesson 4 – Introduction to ICD-9-cm

  • Introduction To ICD-9-Part 1

Lesson 4 – Musculoskeletal

  • Musculoskeletal System

Lesson 4 – Introduction to ICD-9-cm

  • Introduction To ICD-9-Part 2

Lesson 4 – Musculoskeletal

  • Rheumatism

Lesson 4 – Introduction to ICD-9-cm

  • Introduction To ICD-9-Part 3

Lesson 4 – Musculoskeletal

  • Endoscopy And Arthroscopy

Lesson 4 – Introduction to ICD-9-cm

  • Introduction To ICD-9-Part 4
  • Introduction To ICD-9-Part 5
  • Introduction To ICD-9-Part 6
  • Introduction To ICD-9-Part 7
  • Diagnostic Procedures
  • Coding And Reporting Guidelines-Part 1
  • Coding And Reporting Guidelines-Part 2
  • Coding And Reporting Guidelines-Part 3

Lesson 5 – Application of ICD-9-cm (Ch 1-9)

  • Application Of ICD-9-CM

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