ICD-10 Coding Clinic Update (Q1 2021): Fractures due to CPR

Coding Clinic for Q1 2021 includes a discussion of fractures due to CPR.  Faye Kelly, RHIT, CCS, a broadly experienced HIM professional and trainer, provides insight and commentary in this free, brief presentation.

 

 

Coding Clinic Commentary keeps you informed with in-depth commentary on selected coding advice and clarifications from recent issues of AHA Coding Clinic.  Learn more here.

 

 

 

About the presenter

Faye Kelly, RHIT, CCS
Faye Kelly is a broadly experienced HIM professional and trainer. Having worked in a hospital setting for over 30 years including as an HIM Director with oversight of Coding and CDI, Faye now applies her extensive knowledge of the HIM function to write, develop and lead focused training for coders, CDI professionals, physicians, and nurses on outpatient and inpatient coding; case mix index; reimbursement systems including DRGs, MS-DRGs, and APR-DRGs; and coding credential preparatory courses for the CCA and CPC.

Faye is an AHIMA ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer and Certified Coding Specialist. According to Faye: “I love teaching! And I particularly love the challenge of helping someone to master the difficult to grasp concepts of coding, clinical documentation integrity, and reimbursement methodologies. Whether a coder, a provider, or a CDI person, these are important skills for them individually and for the healthcare organizations we serve within.”

About the Author

Libman Education
Libman Education Inc. is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce offering self-paced and instructor-led online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Our courses are specifically designed to improve individual skills and increase the efficiencies and competencies of health care providers and institutions. At Libman Education, we understand the needs and challenges of a well-trained workforce and offer the right-mix of online education to ensure that the health care professionals are prepared to meet the challenges of the changing workplace.

One thought on “ICD-10 Coding Clinic Update (Q1 2021): Fractures due to CPR

  1. Robert Mancio - April 14, 2021 at 2:46 pm

    I am reading the articles in medical coder and it is interesting

    Reply

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