New Training Libraries to Target Job-specific Learning Requirements
By: Libman Education
The eLearning Libraries were developed in response to client demand for more targeted training specific to the learning needs of their staff. The new targeted eLearning Libraries are offered in several configurations:
· Inpatient Coding
· Outpatient Coding
· Pediatric Coding
· ICD-10-PCS Coding
· Clinical Documentation Integrity
The content of these targeted eLearning Libraries was carefully selected from Libman Education's catalog of courses written by leading industry experts offering workforce-ready training not available anywhere else. The WebinarPlus™
"Our clients tell us they have neither the time nor the budget to allow their staff to pursue training that does not specifically address what they need to know to do their job," according to Susan Pepple, President of Libman Education. "These targeted libraries provide both on-demand ready-access to up-to-date training on challenging topics as well as an opportunity for staff to earn CEUs."
For a complete listing of Libman Education's digital eLearning Libraries, see https://libmaneducation.com/
About Libman Education
For over a decade, Libman Education has been recognized as the trusted resource providing workforce-ready training on Health Information Management and Medical Record Coding for individual HIM professionals and their employers. Libman Education offers a catalog of over 60 proprietary online training titles as well as courses written by other education providers carefully selected and curated to be the best. Over 12,000 individuals enroll annually in Libman Education's WebinarPlus™
Our focus is on coding from beginner to advanced (ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT), as well as coding credential prep (both AHIMA and AAPC), and other topics where in-depth specialized knowledge of relevant coding systems and their application is essential (Auditing, CDI, HIPAA, Reimbursement, Interventional Radiology & Cardiovascular Surgery, Long Term Acute Care, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Pediatrics).