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Libman Education Releases ICD-10 for Post-Acute Care Courses in 3 Versions for Particular Settings
Detailed and specific information for Home Health Agencies, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Hospice and Palliative Care Providers
Each course awards 3 AHIMA CEUs and targets a special post-acute care setting: Home Health Agencies, Skilled Nursing Facilities, or Hospice and Palliative Care Providers. The courses guide learners through the fundamentals of ICD-10 as a coding system and, after covering the basics, explore the application of ICD-10 to their respective settings.
“The idea behind these courses is to provide those in various post-acute care settings with the tools necessary to successfully implement ICD-10,” said Susan Pepple, Libman Education’s Vice President and COO. “These courses help providers overcome common obstacles to preparing for ICD-10: finding targeted and high quality training and the time to do it. The courses’ online, self-paced format allows staff members to work around their busy schedules. Our author, Joan Usher, has years of experience and provides her expertise relevant to the specific post-acute care setting.”
Those who complete any of the courses will be able to:
- Identify the code format, system structure, and design of ICD-10-CM.
- Apply Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting of ICD-10-CM codes.
- Given a case scenario, select the necessary statements to code and apply - Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting to support an accurate code assignment.
For more about Libman Education’s ICD-10 for Post Acute Care courses, visit http://www.libmaneducation.com/
ABOUT LIBMAN EDUCATION
Libman Education Inc. is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce. LE offers self-paced online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Courseware is designed for individuals as well as health care providers and institutions, public and private workforce development training programs, and professional and volunteer associations interested in preparing their employees and members for the challenges facing the HIM workforce.
Page Updated Last on: Jul 17, 2014