ICD-10 Competency Exam for CDI

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ICD-10 Competency Exam for CDI

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ICD-10 Competency Exam for CDI

Overview

CDI specialists need to be proficient in ICD-10 prior to its implementation in order to successfully perform their duties. Given the ICD-10 delay, CDI specialists will want to show employers/managers that they’re ICD-10 ready even though they may have completed training months ago. With this test, specialists can show their employer (or a prospective employer) that they have achieved a baseline competency in ICD-10.

This 75-question competency exam provides a robust test of CDI specialists’ ICD-10 know-how. It allows CDI specialists to measure their level of knowledge acquisition and ensure they understand key query opportunities for additional documentation specificity prior to the new ICD-10 compliance date of October 1, 2015.

Their exam score and certificate of completion will serve as proof that they are ready for ICD-10. In order to pass, exam takers must score an 80% or higher to pass. Those who do so will receive a certificate.

ICD-10 Competency Exam for CDI

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this competency test, examinees will be able to:

  • Describe critical documentation and coding changes under ICD-10 through the use of common clinical scenarios
  • Determine additional specificity needed for common diagnoses in ICD-10-CM
  • Determine additional specificity needed for common procedures in ICD-10-PCS
  • Ensure readiness for the new compliance date of October 1, 2015
  • Query for additional specficity to ensure accurate reporting of ICD-10 codes

ICD-10 Competency Exam for CDI

Authors

Laurie Prescott, MSN, RN, CCDS, is a CDI education specialist for HCPro, a division of BLR, in Danvers, Massachusetts. A former clinical documentation specialist at Morehead Memorial Hospital, she spent the majority of her nursing career in acute care, primarily medical-surgical with experience in ICU, PACU, endoscopy, and one-day surgery, as well as medical units. Prescott worked as a unit manager of med-surg and ICU units, as well as an adjunct professor for an ADN program, then moved to on-site education and clinical support of nursing staff.