Triple Play Program with one-year access allows coders more study time and multiple course refreshers
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS – March 17, 2014 – William W. Backus Hospital health system, a 213-bed hospital in Norwich, CT and several off-site locations, is readying some of its medical coding staff for the ICD-10 transition with the online, self-paced course Anatomy & Physiology for Coders.
Backus coders selected Libman Education’s special Triple Play program, which offers one year unlimited access to the course. This allows them to take the course as many times as they want within a year – and to use it as reference for a period of time after next October’s ICD-10 implementation. The year duration also provides more leeway for coders with time constraints.
“The A&P course has been of great benefit to the coders we trained earlier this year,” said Julie Chapman, Coding Supervisor at Backus Hospital. “This time around, we plan to take advantage of the course’s year-long subscription and maximize its use; we want the information to be ingrained in our coders. We appreciate being able to take the course as often as we need to, while also having the course long enough to put it on hold during a busy week.”
Libman Education began the one-year-access program after seeing a market need for coders to have more time to take the course. Another reason was the need for a refresher: with a one-year unlimited access, coders can retake or review the course right before the ICD-10 deadline – and have the material top-of-mind during implementation.
Anatomy & Physiology for Coders prepares coders for the anatomy-intensive requirements of ICD-10-CM/PCS coding. Students receive a comprehensive and complete review of major body systems and learning content of particular value to coders, including: common diseases and disorders, selected medical terminology, frequently ordered laboratory tests, and frequently prescribed drugs.
To engage students, the course includes full-color anatomical drawings, videos and interactive educational games. The course textbook, Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology, is written by veteran biology teacher Donald Rizzo.
For more about the ICD-10 training course Anatomy & Physiology for Coders, visit https://www.libmaneducation.com/healthcare-education-training/icd-10-readiness-training/anatomy-physiology-for-coders
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ABOUT WILLIAM W. BACKUS HOSPITAL
Established in 1893, the William W. Backus Hospital health system includes a not-for-profit, 213-bed hospital in Norwich and numerous off-site locations, including several health centers, Backus Home Health Care and the Backus Outpatient Care Center, also in Norwich. Backus Hospital delivers and coordinates a continuum of high-quality healthcare that is sensitive to the needs of individuals in eastern Connecticut. The Hospital is committed to being responsive and accountable to those for whose benefit it exists, and to improving the health of its communities.
ABOUT LIBMAN EDUCATION
Libman Education Inc. is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce. We offer self-paced online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Our courseware is used by individuals as well as health care providers and institutions, public and private workforce development training programs, and professional and volunteer associations interested in educating their employees, their students, and their members. At Libman Education, we offer the right-mix of online education to ensure that the health care workforce is prepared to meet the challenges of the changing health care workplace.