The Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist's Guide to ICD-10, 2nd Edition
Now in its second edition, The Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist’s Guide to ICD-10 is the only guide to address ICD-10 from the CDI point of view. Written by CDI experts and ICD-10 Boot Camp instructors, it explains the ICD-10 documentation requirements and clinical indicators of commonly reported diagnoses and the codes associated with those conditions. In it you’ll find the specific documentation requirements to appropriately code a variety of conditions.
The CDI Specialist’s Guide to ICD-10, Second Edition, not only outlines the changes coming in October 2014, it provides detailed information on how to assess staffing needs, training requirements, and implementation strategies. The authors—an ICD-10 certified coder and CDI specialist—collaborated to create a comprehensive selection of ICD-10 sample queries that facilities can download and use to jumpstart their ICD-10 documentation improvement efforts.
Develop the expertise and comfort level you need to manage this important industry change and help your organization make a smooth transition.
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- Completely revised to accommodate changes in ICD-10 implementation dates
- Dozens of targeted ICD-10 physician queries
- Updated ICD-10 benchmarking reports
- Sample ICD-10 queries
- Specificity requirements and clinical indicators by disease type and body system
- Staff training and assessment tools
PREVIEW THE TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: ICD-10 primer
Chapter 2: Conventions and Guidelines
Chapter 3 : Physician queries
Chapter 4 : CDI target areas
Chapter 5 : ICD-10-CM/PCS Provider Education
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Jennifer Avery is a senior regulatory specialist with HCPro, Inc., in Danvers, Mass., and serves as a lead instructor for a number of its Certified Coder Boot Camps® and ICD-10 Basics Boot Camps®. As a member of the Revenue Cycle Institute, Avery works with hospitals, medical practices, and other healthcare providers on a wide range of coding-related issues and educational efforts.
Avery served as president of the AAPC Oklahoma City chapter in 2007. She is currently a member of AHIMA's Action Community for e-HIM Excellence (ACE), and is an approved AHIMA-certified ICD-10 trainer for ICD-10-CM/PCS.
Cheryl Ericson is the clinical documentation improvement (CDI) education director for HCPro, Inc., in Danvers, Mass. A former CDI manager, she also managed utilization review and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Quality Measures at a large academic medical center. She has an extensive background that includes adult education, and data analysis. She is also a certified InterQual instructor.
Ericson is a member of the Association for Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS) advisory board and has served on many ACDIS and AHIMA work groups.
Published: May 2013