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Libman Education Announces Online ICD-10 Course for Non-Coders
Program designed to quickly get non-coder healthcare professionals up to speed
“The impact of ICD-10 is far-reaching, as it stands to affect the entire health care system,” said Smith. “Understanding ICD-10’s impact helps you to properly prepare for implementation. If you are not a coder but your work depends in any way on the quality and accuracy of coded data, then this course can quickly help you prepare for ICD-10 and approach the ICD-10 transition with confidence.”
ICD-10: A Quick Course for Non-Coders is designed for healthcare professionals who are not coders but who will use and depend on the data from the new coding system.
Privacy and Security Staff
Patient Accounts and Billing Staff
Non-coding HIM Staff
Students in any healthcare academic program requiring an introductory module
Supervisors and Managers
Anyone who needs to understand the impact of ICD-10
Courseparticipantslearn about the fundamental characteristics and value of classification systems; the differences and similarities of ICD-9 and ICD-10; ICD-10’s impact on one’s data’s quality and dependability;
Those who complete the course are eligible for one AHIMA CEU Credit.
For more about ICD-10: A Quick Course for Non-Coders, visit http://www.libmaneducation.com/
ABOUT LIBMAN EDUCATION
Libman Education Inc.is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce. We offer self-paced online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Our courseware is used by individuals as well as health care providers and institutions, public and private workforce development training programs, and professional and volunteer associations interested in educating their employees, their students, and their members. At Libman Education, we offer the right-mix of online education to ensure that the health care workforce is prepared to meet the challenges of the changing health care workplace.