Ultimate Coding & OASIS Training Virtual Series: ICD-10 Intermediate Coding

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Ultimate Coding & OASIS Training Virtual Series: ICD-10 Intermediate Coding

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Ultimate Coding & OASIS Training Virtual Series: ICD-10 Intermediate Coding

Presented: On-Demand

Presented by: Arlynn Hansell, PT, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, COS-C, Director of Education, Coding and OASIS Division, for SimiTree

Level: This session is intended for intermediate-level coders who have been coding in home health for at least 1 year, and are planning to sit for their HCS-D credential, or who became credentialed in the past year.

BONUS: Receive the HCS-D study session materials with purchase of this training!

New this year! You’ll also have access to the FY2024 ICD-10 Code & Guideline Update webinar, which will provide FY2024 code and guideline training so you’re up to speed.

Learn how to sequence the most common home health diagnoses in ICD-10. Expert speaker Arlynn Hansell includes opportunities to pause the recording to work through scenarios, which she discusses in depth to ensure retention and comprehension.

More specifically, this training will cover:

  • Coding conventions and guidelines: Delve into the assumptions that can and cannot be made in ICD-10.
  • COVID-19, including how to code active manifestations of COVID-19 vs late effects, including post COVID long-haulers condition; and when to assign Z86.16 instead of U07.1.
  • Documentation, OASIS, and coding: Learn how they work together to affect payment in the PDGM system and create a compliant record.
  • Fractures, including traumatic and pathological fractures.
  • Z codes versus a complication code: Work through scenarios to learn how to properly assign these codes.
  • Wounds, including pressure ulcers, infected and non-healing surgical wounds, stasis ulcers and trauma wounds.
  • Diabetes: Learn how to choose the right code from five code categories, and review the differences in coding diabetic manifestations.
  • Cardiopulmonary, including hypertension, heart failure, and COPD versus asthma with COPD exacerbation versus emphysema.
  • CVA & late effects: Learn how to apply the 7th character to indicate sequela, as well as how to code dominant vs. non-dominant.
  • Symptom codes, including how and when to use them in PDGM.
  • Mental health codes, including how to accurately code anxiety and depression, and substance abuse.
  • Nervous system coding, including assigning the correct codes for post-polio syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s, MS, pain and seizures.
  • Neoplasms & anemia, including surgical aftercare for neoplasms, and the key changes in coding anemia associated with malignancy, and anemia resulting from chemotherapy, immunotherapy and radiation therapy.
  • GI/GU, including how to report kidney disease (CKD), colitis and obstructions.
  • Poisoning and adverse effects: Learn how to report these diagnoses in ICD-10 when you will no longer be required to use the external cause codes (V00-Y99) – comparable to the E codes in the current set.
  • Review the differences between sepsis, SIRS, and septic shock, and identify correct infection verbiage for accurate coding.

Required material: All participants must have a ICD-10-CM coding manual OR the Home Health Coding Center to participate. We recommend DecisionHealth’s Complete Home Health ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding Manual or DecisionHealth’s Home Health Coding Center

Who Should Listen?

  • Coders
  • Coding supervisors
  • Coding educators and trainers
  • Clinicians responsible for coding

Meet the Speaker

Arlynn HansellArlynn Hansell, PT, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, COS-C, Director of Education, Coding and OASIS Division, for SimiTree

Hansell has been a physical therapist in the home health and SNF settings since October 1998, holding positions of therapist, rehab manager, and quality/compliance assurance. She is a past member of the American Physical Therapy Association, where she served as the Vice President of the Home Health Section. Hansell also served on the AHCC board as the BMSC liaison where she managed the creation and editing of the HCS-D, HCS-O, HCS-H certification exams.

Recommended Resources

If you’re looking to continue your coding education and plan to eventually sit for the HCS-D certification exam, we recommend the following resources:

  • Home Health ICD-10-CM Coding Assessment: Identify your own and/or your staff's home health ICD-10-CM coding understanding, identify potential skills gaps, pinpoint areas for training opportunities, and monitor progress over time. Learn more here.
  • Coding, OASIS & Documentation QA Virtual Boot Camp: This is your opportunity to get expert training and demonstrate to your future and current employer that you are competent and efficient in OASIS, coding, and documentation QA. This essential review includes not just knowing how to select accurate diagnosis codes and correct OASIS responses. Compliant documentation demonstrates eligibility, identifies the skilled care your patients require, and ensures ethical reimbursement. Learn more here.
  • Home Health ICD-10-CM Coding Answers: To learn how to accurately code in ICD-10, you must practice coding. Practice your coding by working through 200 ICD-10 coding scenarios that cover home health's most complicated situations. Learn more here.
  • Home Care Coding Specialist – Diagnosis (HCS-D) Certification Study Guide: This study guide will help prepare you to take the Home Care Coding Specialist-Diagnosis (HCS-D) certification examination, offered by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding & Compliance (BMSC). You’ll get tips and sample test questions authored by BMSC Board members. Learn more here.
  • Ultimate Coding & OASIS Training Virtual Series: ICD-10 Advanced Coding: This virtual online training is intended experienced, HCS-D certified coders. Take this course when you’re ready to expand your coding experience and receive continuing education at your expert level. Learn more here.
  • Diagnosis Coding Pro for Home Health: Monthly newsletter that delivers guidance on selecting the correct codes to accurately reflect a patient’s condition, prevent claims delays, support OASIS assessments and ensure proper payment. Learn more here.
  • ICD-10-CM Wound Coding & OASIS Field Guide: Is your on-the-go reference to choose the right ICD-10 code and complete the OASIS for the most common home health wounds. Learn more here.
  • Home Health Value Based Purchasing Guide, First Edition: Delivering best practices for improving all the key OASIS, claims and CAHPs based items that are used to determine Home Health Value Based Purchasing (HHVBP) bonuses. Learn more here.

Continuing Education

Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance (BMSC)
This program is preapproved by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding & Compliance (BMSC) for 6 HCS-D, 6 HCS-H, 2 HCS-O, 2 HCS-C CEU(s).

Nursing Contact Hours

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

This educational activity for 6 nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro.

How to receive your continuing education certificate
To obtain a continuing education certificate, you must watch the full training and get an 80% on the post-test. Once you pass the test, you’ll be provided a link to take an evaluation. Once you complete the evaluation, a certificate will be emailed to you. Please retain the email for future reference. Note: The automated certificates are sometimes mistaken for spam. We suggest you use a personal email address and check your junk mail folder after completing the evaluation.

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Disclosure Statement

Please note the planners, presenter(s), and contributors to this activity have disclosed no relevant financial relationships with any commercial companies pertaining to this activity.


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Note: Once you have completed checkout you will receive an order confirmation email from Do-Not-Reply-TrainingToday@lmsnotification.com within 1 business day. This email will include your password and login information. Upon logging in you will gain access to all course material. The course material is to be used solely by the purchaser. Any sharing of this documentation is prohibited.

Your Class Sessions and Materials include:

  • Intermediate Coding Sessions (Session totals approx. 6 hours, 10 minutes)
  • Intermediate Coding Materials
  • HCS-D study session materials
  • FY2024 ICD-10 Code & Guideline Update webinar (can be accessed within the course)

Required material: All participants must have a ICD-10-CM coding manual OR the Home Health Coding Center to participate. We recommend DecisionHealth’s Complete Home Health ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding Manual or DecisionHealth’s Home Health Coding Center.

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Attendees will have access to this event for 60 days from the time of purchase.