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"Unlock Inpatient DRG Coding with our e-course, 'ICD 10 CM Mastery.' Master the intricacies of DRG coding for hospital care. Delve into ICD 10 CM coding, DRG systems, and POA designations. Learn precise documentation for patient diagnoses and stay details. Discover the 3T technique and SOI/ROM method for precise DRG coding. Understand DD codes for discharge status. Elevate your coding finesse for healthcare success with this comprehensive e-course."

Course Price:
Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
Course Duration:
3 hours, 58 minutes
Total Lectures:
30
Total Students:
48
Average Rating:
4.5

Overview

"Inpatient DRG Coding ICD 10 CM" is an e-course that focuses on providing an in-depth understanding of the DRG (Diagnosis-Related Group) coding process for inpatient medical facilities. The course covers key topics essential for coding professionals and healthcare providers, including ICD 10 CM coding, DRG systems, and POA (Present on Admission) designations. In this e-course, students will learn the importance of accurately documenting diagnoses and other information related to a patient's stay. They'll also learn how to use the 3T technique to determine the most accurate DRG code, as well as how to use the SOI/ROM (Source of Information/Reason for Admission) for DRG coding.

In addition, students will gain an understanding of the DD (Discharge Disposition) codes, which provide information on the patient's status at the time of discharge. The course concludes by discussing the importance of accurate and efficient coding practices and the role they play in the overall success of the healthcare facility. Whether you're a coding professional or a healthcare provider looking to enhance your coding skills, this e-course provides the essential information you need to accurately code inpatient DRG codes using ICD 10 CM.

What Will You Learn?

  • The basics of DRG (Diagnosis-Related Group) coding for inpatient medical facilities
  • How to accurately document diagnoses and other information related to a patient's stay
  • The importance of POA (Present on Admission) designations in DRG coding
  • The use of the 3T technique to determine the most accurate DRG code
  • The importance of DD (Discharge Disposition) codes and how they provide information on the patient's status at discharge
  • The use of the SOI/ROM (Source of Information/Reason for Admission) for DRG coding
  • The role of accurate and efficient coding practices in the overall success of the healthcare facility

Who Should Take The Inpatient DRG Coding ICD 10 CM Course?

  • Healthcare coding professionals
  • Medical billers and coders
  • Healthcare administrators and managers
  • Clinical documentation specialists
  • Health information management professionals
  • Nurses and other medical professionals interested in coding
  • Anyone looking to start a career in medical coding

Requirements

To enrol in the "Inpatient DRG Coding ICD 10 CM" e-learning course, students should have a basic understanding of medical terminology and coding principles. Prior experience with ICD 10 CM coding is beneficial, but not necessary. The course is designed for coding professionals and healthcare providers, but anyone with an interest in the subject matter and a desire to learn is welcome to enrol. No specific technology or hardware requirements are necessary, as the course can be accessed through a standard internet connection and web browser.

Course Curriculum

    • 1 Quick UNLEARNING 00:11:00
    • 2 Don_t code from these Documents 00:04:00
    • 3 Quick LEARNING Abstracting 00:03:00
    • 4 Code Assignment 00:03:00
    • 5 Query Opportunities 00:05:00
    • 6 POA Indicators 00:13:00
    • 7 Documentation Interpretation 00:07:00
    • 0 UHDDS 00:03:00
    • 01 How to Assigin PDx 00:06:00
    • 1 Admission from Outpatient Surgery 00:03:00
    • 2 Two or more Conditions treated Equally 00:04:00
    • 3 Two or more Comparable or Contrasting Conditions 00:01:00
    • 4 Symptoms followed Contrasting Conditions 00:03:00
    • 5 Original Treatment not carried out 00:02:00
    • 6 Complication of Surgery and Care 00:02:00
    • 7 Inpatient admission from Medical Observation 00:01:00
    • 8 Uncertain Diagnosis 00:04:00
    • How to Assigin SDx (Part 1) 00:08:00
    • How to Assigin SDx (Part 2) 00:15:00
    • How to Assigin SDx (Part 3) 00:19:00
    • MS DRG (Diagnosis Related Group) 00:32:00
    • Discharge Disposition 00:08:00
    • 6 POA Indicators 00:13:00
    • 1 Query Introduction 00:02:00
    • 2 When to Query and its Objectives 00:31:00
    • 3 Documentation Risk 00:10:00
    • Tip for today SOI ROM 00:10:00
    • 3G Technique 00:10:00
    • IP DRG ICD Conclusion 00:00:37
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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