Purchase this as part of the Complete ICD-10-PCS Training package and learn ICD-10-PCS from beginner to advanced in minimal time!
How to code procedures in the Medical and Surgical-related and Ancillary Sections of ICD-10-PCS, including obstetrics, imaging, mental health, and more: definitions of root operations, index and table concepts, and selecting the correct characters based on the documentation. Also master new root operations, root procedures, and root types within the last 15 sections of PCS.
Students who complete this course will be able to:
- Identify the code format, system structure, and design of ICD-10-PCS.
- Demonstrate the code building process through the use of the index and tables.
- Apply Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting of ICD-10-PCS codes.
- Given a case scenario, select the necessary statements to code and apply Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting to support an accurate code assignment.
Developed by one of the textbook authors, this course guides the learner through the accompanying textbook and includes additional examples, exercises, case studies and coding tips not found within the textbook.
This course is the second of three Libman Education courses on ICD-10-PCS for current coding professionals. The first course “The Med/Surg Section” and the third course “Advanced ICD-10-PCS Coding by Body System” provide comprehensive instruction on ICD-10-PCS coding.
ICD-10-PCS, Part 2: The Med/Surg-related and Ancillary Sections is for inpatient coders with knowledge of the ICD-10-CM coding system. For individuals new to coding, consider Libman Education’s ICD-10-PCS: Introduction to Procedure Coding, a foundational course for students without previous coding experience.
ICD-10-PCS, Part 2: The Med/Surg-Related and Ancillary Sections
The course consists of six lessons. Each lesson takes approximately 60 minutes to complete.
Lesson 1 introduces the structure and design of the Obstetrics section
Lesson 2 covers the Placement, Administration, Measurement and Monitoring sections of ICD-10-PCS
Lesson 3 helps you learn about the Extracorporeal Assistance, Performance and Therapies sections
Lesson 4 shows you the Osteopathic, Other Procedures and Chiropractic sections
Lesson 5 covers the Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology sections
Lesson 6 introduces you to the Physical Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Audiology, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Treatment sections of ICD-10-PCS
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ICD-10-PCS: An Applied Approach by Lynn Kuehn and Teri Jorwic, published by the American Health Information Management Association. The 2019 edition is available for purchase here (AHIMA).
ICD-10-PCS Code Book, current version (any vendor) or students may elect to use electronic files.