Detailed instruction on the use and application of ICD-10-PCS organized by body system. ICD-10-PCS, Part 3: Coding by Body System will teach you how to code the top 500 procedures performed in U.S. hospitals.
- Complex bypass procedures.
- Devices (putting them in, taking them out, revising them, and special situations such as recalled devices).
- Body part selection not included in the body part key.
- Definitions of the devices and qualifiers unique to each body system during the coding process.
- Differentiating between root operations that are not obvious.
- Study the coding guidelines in detail and learn to apply them to support an accurate code assignment.
- Benefit from an advanced discussion of the root operations and learn to select the correct root operation(s) for a complete case.
- Learn with challenging and thought-provoking case studies carefully selected for each body system.
- Challenge yourself to code accurately and completely with real life examples and scenarios.
- Identify the body parts assigned by ICD-10-PCS to each of the body systems in the medical and surgical section to increase coding speed.
- Provides additional examples, exercises, case studies and coding tips not found within the textbook.
- Educates you with examples and coding practice using actual operative reports.
- Covers difficult topics in an understandable manner.
- Provides many examples with anatomical illustrations and audio/video content.
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ICD-10-PCS, Part 3: Coding by Body System
Each lesson is organized using the same format:
• Common root operations for the body system
• Unique devices
• Unique qualifiers
• Coding examples for the body system
Lesson 1: Anatomical Regions
Lesson 2: Nervous System
Lesson 3: Sense Organs
Lesson 4: Respiratory System
Lesson 5: Circulatory System
Lesson 6: Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary System
Lesson 7: Endocrine and Lymphatic Systems
Lesson 8: Integumentary System
Lesson 9: Muscular System: Muscles, Tendons, Bursae and Ligaments
Lesson 10: Skeletal System: Bones and Joints
Lesson 11: Urinary System
Lesson 12: Male and Female Reproductive System
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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 2020 edition is available for purchase from AHIMA here and Amazon here.
ICD-10-PCS Code Book – 2020 or students may elect to use electronic files