ICD-10-PCS Coding System: Education, Planning and Implementation

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Overview

ICD-10-PCS CODING SYSTEM fully prepares current and future medical coders for the transition to the ICD-10-PCS coding system that will go into effect on October 1, 2013. This comprehensive guide covers ICD-10-PCS procedure coding, highlighting changes in terminology, functionality, guidelines, and conventions. Whether you need to understand and review the impact the transition will have on the industry, or if you need to learn to assign ICD-10 codes accurately, ICD-10-PCS Coding System will prepare you for the road ahead.

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"I definitely think that this book will be a great help as it covers the basics of the new code book as well as the guidelines and works them together for each chapter."Carrie Heinz, RHIT, Presentation Medical Center and Rolette Community Care Center, Rolette, ND

"I see this book as beneficial for both student and instructors for the ICD-10 transition. Format covering chapter to chapter of the ICD-10 book provides a natural progression for learning."Anne C. Karl, RHIA, CCS-P, CPC, CCS, Rasmussen College, Eden Prairie, MN

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Meet the Author

Carline Dalgleish has been employed in the medical business office management profession since 1970. She began in the Medical Records department of the Army/Air Force Hospital in Nuremberg, Germany and has, over the years, performed accounts receivable and business office management services for physicians, clinics, and hospitals, and Medicare. She has experience in administrative and financial departments, as well as management experience in business office administration, regulatory compliance, information technology, and is a subject matter expert in administrative medical assisting, and medical billing and coding. In addition, she has created the curriculum for and instructed many accounts receivable and accounts payable educational programs, with an emphasis in administrative medical assisting, and medical billing and coding. In the early 90's, Ms. Dalgleish moved full-time into curriculum development, teaching and management of business and allied health education programs, with special emphasis on medical business office administration and management. Ms. Dalgleish holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Information Systems, and a Master's degree in Leadership. She's an AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer, and is a member of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM), and owns her own educational consulting firm, AnnGrant Education Services, Inc.

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Table of Contents

1. ICD-10 History, Preview & Impacts. 2. HIPAA, ARRA/HITECH, 5010 Transactions & Code Sets. 3. General Equivalency Mapping (GEMS) /MS-DRG Conversion ICD-9 to ICD-10. 4. ICD-10-PCS Introduction. 5. ICD-10-PCS Root Operations in the Medical & Surgical Section. 6. ICD-10-PCS Coding for the Medical & Surgical Section. 7. ICD-10-PCS: Obstetrics Section. 8. ICD-10-PCS: Placement, Measurement and Monitoring Sections. 9. ICD-10-PCS: Extracorporeal Sections. 10. ICD-10-PCS: Osteopathic, Chiropractic and Other Procedures Sections. 11. ICD-10-PCS Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Oncology Sections. 12. ICD-10-PCS Rehabilitation, Mental Health & Substance Abuse Sections. Appendices. CMS ICD-10 Fact Sheets. ICD-10-PCS Guidelines. ICD-9 to ICD-10 General Equivalency Mapping (GEMS) and Instructions. ICD-10 ASC X12 Transaction Conversion Maps (4010A to 5010). Section, Body Part, Approach, and Root Operation Definition Tables from ICD-10-PCS.

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