eLearning Library: ICD-10-PCS offers the resources you need to address the increasing complexity of the ICD-10-PCS coding system. On-demand access to mastery-level specificity enhances job-specific, self-paced learning for one full year.
eLearning Library: ICD-10-PCS offers the resources you need to address the increasing complexity of the ICD-10-PCS coding system. (Retail value of courses is in excess of $2,000). On-demand access to mastery-level specificity enhances job-specific, self-paced learning for one full year.
eLearning Library: ICD-10-PCS offers the key courses you need to attain firm command of this complex coding system and learn to confidently code over 500 top procedures performed in U.S. hospitals:
Code books are not included in the cost of the eLearning Library.
Courses may be purchased individually. Detailed syllabus for each course is available on the individual course page.
Bonus! As a eLearning Library subscriber, the entire Libman Education catalog of coding courses, assessments and curricula is available for purchase at a discounted price. See the complete listing here: Libman Education Course Catalog
The level of effort to complete the courses within this library, start to finish, is equivalent to 41.5 CEUs and should take you approximately 41.5-124.5 hours to complete. Remember: You have access to the course materials for a full year and we encourage you to re-review any materials that are helpful to you.
Certificate of Completion
Upon successful completion of each course in the library, student will be able to download a Libman Education Certificate of Completion. The Certificates of Completion will list the courses as awarding CEUs.
See individual course descriptions for number of CEUs and status of prior approval from AHIMA and AAPC.
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Earn Certificate of Completion and CEUs.
To receive CEU credit, students must achieve a passing rate on the course assessment(s).
Courses are self-paced. For planning purposes, assume 1-3 hours required for each CEU.
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Codebooks, textbooks and other resources may be required for eLearning Library courses and are not included in the cost of the subscription. See course descriptions at www.libmaneducation.com for specific details including cost.
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Textbooks and code books, if any are required for individual course completion, are not included in the cost of the eLearning Library.
ICD-10-PCS: An Applied Approach by Lynn Kuehn and Teri Jorwic, published by the American Health Information Management Association. The 2021 edition is available for purchase from AHIMAhere and Amazon here.
Other generally recommended resources for coding education:
With ICD-10-PCS, it is not a matter of looking up a procedure in the code book, it requires an Integrative Approach! Join Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA, for this brief demonstration. The video shows details from Lynn’s ICD-10-PCS: Cardiac Procedure Coding to demonstrate Libman Education’s Integrative Approach to mastering ICD-10-PCS.
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There are 31 root operations used for inpatient procedures in the Med/Surg section. Distinguishing between them can be challenging. This set of nine 5×7, laminated, double-sided ICD-10-PCS Root Operations Flash Cards, designed by nationally recognized ICD-10 expert Gail I. Smith, MA, RHIA, CCS-P, prepares you to select the appropriate root operation with confidence.
The key to ICD-10-PCS coding success is understanding and being able to identify the root operations.
Each root operation is defined and the key distinguishing feature called out.
Examples of each root operation are provided.
Similar root operations are grouped together so that the subtle differences are more easily understood.
Each ICD-10-PCS Root Operation flash card presents a different group of root operations. The set includes:
Root operations that take out some or all of a body part
Root operations that take out solids/fluids/gases from a body part
Root operations involving cutting or separation only
Root operations that put in/put back or move some/all of a body part
Root operations that alter the diameter/route of a tubular body part
Root operations that always involve a device
Root operations involving examination only
Root operations that define other repairs
Root operations that define other objectives
Price includes shipping. Learning Aides are sent via US Mail. Allow 5-10 days for delivery.
Special group discount: Purchase 10 or more sets and receive 10% off the price of all sets.
A broad and thorough understanding of the CPT coding system leading to correct and defensible code selection is essential for coders working in the outpatient setting or physician practices. Learn CPT coding with the unique perspective and expertise offered by nationally recognized CPT coding expert Gail I. Smith!
CPT: Introduction to Procedural Coding provides a unique approach to mastering CPT coding. Breaking it down to three steps of progressive learning, Gail I. Smith is your active instructional partner, teaching you what you need to know:
Gain foundational understanding of the CPT coding system and its unique attributes
Learn how CPT coding accurately captures procedures in the different body systems
Practice your new CPT skills on real-world procedural cases
Step 1. CPT: Introduction to Procedural Coding starts with foundational knowledge. Coders learn the principals governing accurate and complete CPT coding in any setting and any body system.
Organization and structure of CPT
Applying CPT guidelines for accurate code assignment
Abstracting information from a medical record and translating operative procedure notes to an accurate CPT
Understanding the unique tools within CPT to refine code selection
Correctly applying Modifiers including differentiating between physician-only and hospital outpatient modifiers
Evaluation and Management coding (including examples previewing the changes for 2021!)
Impact of NCCI edits
Step 2. Armed with this foundational knowledge, coders learn CPT coding for a broad range of outpatient procedures:
General Surgery for all body systems: Integumentary, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Digestive, Urinary, Male and Female Genital, Nervous, Eyes and Auditory
Step 3. Practice, Practice, Practice! As a final step, coders put it all together and practice their CPT coding skills on 50 carefully selected real world outpatient surgical cases to reinforce learning and challenge coding skills.
CPT: Introduction to Procedural Coding features:
On-demand, instructor-led, active learning featuring nationally recognized CPT coding expert Gail I. Smith. Let Gail show you how!
Critical decision-making skills and enhanced clinical knowledge to differentiate code selection.
Documentation drivers for accurate code assignments
Multi-media engaged learning. Real-life coding scenarios supplemented with carefully selected video clips to illustrate the full range of surgical techniques used for outpatient procedures