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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.

ICD-10-CM is a clinical modification of the World Health Organization’s ICD-10, which consist of a diagnostics classification system. ICD-10-CM includes the level of detail needed for morbidity classification and diagnostics specificity in the United States. It also provides code titles and language that compliment accepted clinical practice in the US. The system consist of more than 68,000 diagnosis codes. This course provides the training necessary for medical administrative professionals to comply with the updated standards. The transition to ICD-10 is necessary for many reasons. Payors cannot pay claims fairly using ICD-9-CM since the classification system does not accurately reflect current technology and medical treatment. Significantly different procedures are assigned to a single ICD-9-CM procedure code. Limitations in the coding system translate directly into limitations in the diagnosis-related groups (DRG). The healthcare industry cannot accurately measure quality of care using ICD-9-CM. It is difficult to evaluate the outcome of new procedures and emerging health care conditions when there are not precise codes. Most importantly, we have a mission to improve our ability to measure health care services provided to our patients, enhance clinical decision-making, track public health issues, conduct medical research, identify fraud and abuse and design our payment systems to ensure services are appropriately paid.

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Medical Coding And Billing Certification Bundle

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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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ICD-10-CM is a clinical modification of the World Health Organization’s ICD-10, which consist of a diagnostics classification system. ICD-10-CM includes the level of detail needed for morbidity classification and diagnostics specificity in the United States.

It also provides code titles and language that compliment accepted clinical practice in the US. The system consist of more than 68,000 diagnosis codes. This course provides the training necessary for medical administrative professionals to comply with the updated standards. The transition to ICD-10 is necessary for many reasons.

Payors cannot pay claims fairly using ICD-9-CM since the classification system does not accurately reflect current technology and medical treatment. Significantly different procedures are assigned to a single ICD-9-CM procedure code. Limitations in the coding system translate directly into limitations in the diagnosis-related groups (DRG).

The healthcare industry cannot accurately measure quality of care using ICD-9-CM. It is difficult to evaluate the outcome of new procedures and emerging health care conditions when there are not precise codes. Most importantly, we have a mission to improve our ability to measure health care services provided to our patients, enhance clinical decision-making, track public health issues, conduct medical research, identify fraud and abuse and design our payment systems to ensure services are appropriately paid.

Medical Coding and Billing (ICD-10 and ICD 11)
Our Complete Anatomy, ICD, CPT, and Billing course encompasses everything students need to know to successfully pass the test required to secure relevant employment in the healthcare field. This course, Medical Coding and Billing ICD 11, not only covers medical terminology, knowledge of body systems, how to select the correct diagnosis and procedure codes, but it also gives students complete billing guidelines needed to submit claims to insurance companies and receive payment.

With exposure to both ICD 10 and 11, students will have an advantage in the healthcare industry for open positions in this field. Both Anatomy and Medical Terminology are the foundation for medical billing and coding, this course lays down the building blocks to ensure all students can complete this course with confidence.

The Anatomy Module will take you through all body systems with a focus on common medical conditions and medical terminology with the expanded focus on root words, prefix and suffix meanings. ICD and CPT Modules include the history of coding, outpatient guidelines meaning of codes in order to properly code medical documentation.

As we go step by step through each chapter of the manual, reviewing operative reports and diagrams to properly link a condition to a code. Medical billing and reimbursement modules cover federal compliance rules and regulations as well as step by step on the flow from the initial patient visit to receiving a check from insurance or patient.

In addition to course modules, students will get multiple flashcards, diagrams, charts and “real world “exposure to multiple coding examples. As you go through this course at your own pace, you still will have the feel of a one on one classroom experience. Tools provided in the Medical Coding and Billing course will ensure you have the skills to enter one of the fastest-growing fields.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of function and structure of the human body
  • Understand common disorders that occur within various body systems
  • Understand and apply diagnostic coding for ICD 10 and ICD 11
  • Understand and apply procedure coding (CPT)
  • Understand the use of appropriate modifiers and impact
  • Apply billing concepts used to pay claims and work insurance denials

Medical Coding and Billing is intended for any student who wishes to enter the healthcare field or improve skills needed to receive accreditation.

Medical billing and coding certifications offer entry into several high-demand professions. Billing and coding often go hand in hand, and both deal with medical record-keeping, though there are several distinctions between the two specializations. These credentials represent the gold standard in medical coding, billing, auditing, documentation, compliance, and practice management, and are nationally recognized by employers, medical societies, and government organizations.

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