ICD10-CM Documentation and Coding Series: Disorders of the Blood
Knowledge of official ICD-10-CM guidelines is important for healthcare professionals when diagnosing and coding for blood disorders. Knowing the codes for different disorders and sequencing enables healthcare providers to document a patient’s diagnosis and treatment.
Blood disorders affect the production, circulation, or destruction of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and other components of the blood. Examples of blood disorders include anemia, hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, leukemia, and thalassemia.
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- Learn the clinical indicators for Anemia and other blood-related disorders
- Identify the various blood components and fractions
- Review the sequencing rules for various amenia codes
- Documentation requirements and reducing denials
1 CEU AAPC or AHIMA