Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

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Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

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Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

Overview

Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses provides nurses with an overview of documentation, coding, and hospital revenue and the importance of this relationship. Nurses will learn how their documentation can support coding and CDI processes and support the greater level of specificity required with ICD-10.

HCPro’s CDI Education Director, Cheryl Ericson MS, RN, CCDS, CDIP, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer highlights vital clinical indicators that nurses should document in initial assessments that will support querying and coding in ICD-10, including:

  • Hospital acquired conditions
  • Side of dominance
  • Changes in medications
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Debridement


Nurses walk away from this course with the ability to improve documentation of key diagnoses and complicating conditions in ICD-10.

Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to: 

  • Recognize the effect of specific and accurate provider documentation on hospital reimbursement and quality initiatives through coded data
  • Discuss the importance of nursing documentation related to query efforts by clinical documentation staff and/or coders
  • Identify diagnoses that are directly impacted by nursing documentation
  • Utilize specific documentation requirements for procedures that are typically performed and/or documented by nursing staff
  • Describe the relationship between coded data and Medicare’s Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS) including MS-DRGs and secondary diagnoses classified as CCs or MCCs

Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

Authors

Cheryl Ericson, RN, MS, CCDS, CDIP, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer is the Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) Education Director for HCPro and the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS). She is responsible for the development of CDI Boot Camp content and serves as the lead trainer. She also serves as a CDI subject matter expert for a variety of HCPro and ACDIS publications as well as serving as an advisor on a variety of initiatives that affect CDI professionals. Prior to joining HCPro, she managed Clinical Documentation Integrity (CDI), Core Measures Abstraction and Utilization Review departments at a large academic medical center. She has an extensive background in adult education, data analysis, healthcare revenue cycle, and CMS guidelines.

Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

CE Credit

HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

2.0 Contact Hours for Nurses will be provided.

To successfully complete this CNE activity and receive a certificate, the participant must:

  • Register
  • Read/listen to the entire activity
  • Answer the self check questions
  • Complete and submit the final exam with a passing score of at least 80%
  • Complete and submit the evaluation form

Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

Why HCPro eLearning?

Features of HCPro’s Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses Training:

  • “Test Your Knowledge” exercises check learner understanding at every step.
  • Design and audio narration offers different ways to navigate through the course so students are guided through interaction, not simple reading.
  • Final exam tests learners on their comprehension of the key concepts in the course.
  • A certificate of completion allows evidence of successfully completing this Continuing Nursing Education activity.

Benefits of HCPro’s Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses Training:

  • Convenient online format allows staff to progress at their own pace and on their own schedule
  • Validate employees’ proficiency with a final exam
  • Interactive design keeps learners engaged
  • Save money: With our bulk-pricing option, the more staff you educate, the less you pay per learner
  • Identify weak points and focus areas for further study

Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses

Terms

ICD-10 requires additional specificity.
Learn how nursing documentation can help fill in the gaps.

Disclosure Statement: HCPro has confirmed that none of the faculty/presenters, planners or contributors have any relevant financial relationships to disclose related to the content of this educational activity.

Terms: You will have access to Introduction to ICD-10 for Short-Term Acute Care Inpatient Nurses for 30 days from the purchase/order date.