ICD10-CM Documentation and Coding: Navigating Neoplasms
Knowledge of official ICD-10-CM guidelines is important for healthcare professionals when diagnosing and coding for neoplasms. Knowing the codes for different neoplasms enables healthcare providers to document a patient’s diagnosis and treatment. This information is then used for billing and reimbursement purposes, as well as for research and epidemiological studies.
This webinar discusses the important documentation and guidelines needed:
1 CEU AAPC or AHIMA
- Official ICD10-CM Guidelines Chapter 2
- Identify the primary and secondary site guidelines
- Coding based on the reason for admission or treatment
- Types of Neoplasms and Morphology
- How to interpret the pathology report
- Understand disease progression for various organs
- Common tests performed to diagnose patients
- Clinical Indicators and CDI
- Internet Speed: Preferably above 1 MBPS
About the instructor
CCS,CPC,CPC-I,CPMA,CRC,CGSC,COPC,AAPC Approved Instructor
I serve as the Director of Education and Coding for Oncospark. I brings impact and results with 20+ years of proven healthcare revenue cycle experience and effective instruction through Spark Advisory Network for 1000+ students. I have embraced the changes in the billing and coding space by embracing the movement to value-based care and software deployment across specialties. I am committed to teaching others the intricate world of billing and coding and the future of the space.
I hold the following credentials CCS,CPC,CRC,CPMA,CGSC,COPC,CPCI and serve as the Consulting Editor for the AAPC Codify Podiatry Newsletter
I started my Career in 2000 and have worked in many specialized areas of Coding including Orthopedics, Plastic Surgery, General Surgery, Ophthalmology, Podiatry and many more. My coding team provides Auditing, Consulting, RCM services, Credentialing and Compliance through our team of experts.
I am the host of the podcast “Healthcare Crossroads ” discussing connections in HealthcareData, ComplianceandPatientCare. It is available on many podcast stations.
I have served as Education Officer for the Joplin MO AAPC Chapter previously and has written articles for AAPC Healthcare Business Monthly. I am a National public speaker and have been a past speaker at AAPC Healthcon as well as many specialty conferences and events both Virtually and In-person including Decision Health for Orthopedics.