Save time and code with confidence with the Libman Education Vascular Roadmap Flash Cards for ICD-10-PCS! Vascular coding is complex and can be time-consuming. These flashcards, developed by nationally recognized ICD-10-PCS coding expert Lynn Kuehn, help you to identify the body part, where the vessel ‘starts’ and where it ‘goes,’ and what is continuous.
- Set of four 8.5 x 11, laminated, double-sided cards with 11 full color images.
- Custom drawings of the arteries and veins of the body, labeled specifically for vascular coding in ICD-10-PCS.
- Annotated with the associated body part key information for efficient coding.
- The Vascular Roadmap Flash Cards for ICD-10-PCS are useful for coders, clinical documentation improvement specialists, auditors, and educators.
- Especially helpful for students new to coding in ICD-10-PCS, to assist in learning the anatomy and blood flow of the vascular system.
Price includes domestic shipping. Learning Aides are sent via US Mail. Allow 5-10 days for delivery.
Special group discount: Purchase 5 or more sets and receive 10% off the price of all sets.
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Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA
Lynn Kuehn is president of Kuehn Consulting, LLC, and a nationally recognized authority on ICD-10-PCS coding.
Lynn was elected to the AHIMA Board of Directors, served as faculty for the original ICD-10 “Train-the-Trainers” program, and authored or co-authored several of AHIMA’s most popular books including ICD-10-PCS: An Applied Approach recognized as the “go-to” resource for learning and mastering ICD-10-PCS.
As a Subject Matter Expert with Libman Education, Lynn’s unique and engaging teaching methods as well as her leadership on the importance of accuracy and efficiency in coding is recognized by clients and students throughout the country.
“The entire package gives a clear and detailed visual assistance to understanding the complexities of the vascular system which will lead to more accurate coding.” — Therese K. Jorwic, MPH, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Information Management University of Illinois at Chicago AHIMA Approved Trainer in ICD-10-CM/PCS
“I like the detail, just enough, given on the cards. These will be excellent references for the vascular coding we do.” — Lou Ann S., Manager of Clinical Data
“All the materials worked together so I could finally understand this. Love the cards.” — Attendee
“Love the cards! The detail on each card incorporates information from the body part key as the correct body parts are referenced on the card.”
— Therese K. Jorwic, MPH, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Information Management University of Illinois at Chicago AHIMA Approved Trainer in ICD-10-CM/PCS
“The cards with the same body system character as the card number is very clever! Locating the furthest point from the entry site is a great feature too. Thank you so much!” — Lou Ann S., Manager of Clinical Data
“I wish I had these Vascular Roadmap Flash Cards years ago! I used to get depressed when I saw vascular on my lists as a coder.” — Jackie J.
“I appreciate getting the detail of the posterior of the heart on card #2 (often only the anterior is shown) and the detail on the vasculature will assist in applying guideline B4.1c (locating specific vessels for point of entry to the furthest anatomical site from this entry point.)” — Therese K. Jorwic, MPH, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA Clinical Assistant Professor, Health Information Management University of Illinois at Chicago AHIMA Approved Trainer in ICD-10-CM/PCS
“Lynn Kuehn is the best in the country with PCS coding.” — Roberta Walker, Inpatient Coding Educator at Hawaii Pacific Health
“I have known Lynn a long time and I’ve been working with coders and those external auditors who audit coding for over 40 years. Lynn is not only the best at PCS coding but also with the Anatomy and Physiology that are involved to better understand what goes on in complex operations.” — Roberta Walker, Inpatient Coding Educator at Hawaii Pacific Health
“Lynn Kuehn, in my mind, is the Queen of Coding Education. She has the ability to take a difficult, confusing subject and make it very easily understood.” — Charlotte Bumgarner
“I consistently learn from Lynn Kuehn. Thank you!”
“Lynn: I look for everything you have on the internet. You have a wonderful concise way of presenting material that is so easy to understand. All of us learn differently and your slides help us ‘Visual learners.’ keep up the great work. I will be ordering your flash cards! Many thanks.”
“Lynn is an inspirational teacher. She ignites a passion for coding within you!” — Kristen T
“I just wanted to let you know that the articles written by Lynn are a great help. I read them all the time and learn something new each time. Please let her know what a fine job she does.” — Kira G., RHIT, IP Coder III
“Lynn always has a way of getting the information across in a simple, understandable way!” — Janice N.
“Just heard Gail and Lynne’s PCS workshop – fantastic information and terrific speakers!!” — Jacqueline F., RHIT, CCS, DRG Validation Specialist