ICD-10 Coding Clinic Update (Q1 2017): Weakness Following CVA

Barry Libman, MS, RHIA, CDIP, CCS

Libman Education, providing in-depth discussion of selected coding advice and clarifications from recent issues of Coding Clinic for ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS, offers this series of videos for use by individual coders and healthcare organizations. Coding Clinic, published by AHA Central Office, is the official publication endorsed by CMS for coding guidelines and advice. Coding Clinic provides specific information and guidelines that are helpful for determining proper coding.

In the latest available presentation in the series, Barry Libman discusses “Weakness Following CVA.”

About the speaker: Barry Libman, MS, RHIA, CDIP, CCS, is founder and president of Barry Libman Inc. and Libman Education. Barry Libman is nationally recognized for his in-depth knowledge of coding and reimbursement issues.

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About the Author

Barry Libman, MS, RHIA, CCS
Barry is the founder of Libman Education, a leading provider of training for the health care workforce, as well as Barry Libman Inc., a company that provides coding, audit, and educational services to the HIM departments of healthcare institutions. Prior to forming these organizations, he held a number of positions in the health information management field, working for hospitals, insurers, consulting firms, and regulatory bodies. Barry is recognized for his in-depth knowledge of coding and reimbursement issues for acute care hospitals. An area of particular interest and expertise is Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) coding. Barry is often called upon to provide education and training on code updates and coding issues.

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