All medical coders will need to be ICD-10-CM/PCS certified by October 1, 2015.
The move from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM/PCS requires a strong foundation in Anatomy and Physiology because of the increase in specificity required by ICD-10-CM/PCS. Get the Anatomy and Physiology foundation you will need to become ICD-10 certified in our online training which reviews Anatomy and Physiology, disease processes and procedures for 12 different body systems.
Register for our free, 10 day trial that includes the content for the Skeletal System module to let you see what you would get if you registered.
Why our training?
- It’s 100% online
- It’s self-paced
- CEUs are rewarded
- You’ll receive a certificate of completion
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* This program has been approved for 21 continuing education unit(s) for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
** This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 9 continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.
Individual body system modules (complete within one month):
- $9.95 per unit
Entire Body Systems Modules (complete 12 units within six months):
- $89.95 full program
Body System Modules Overview
Anatomy & Physiology Review for ICD-10-CM/PCS is a self-paced program that you can complete anywhere internet access is available – at a time convenient for you.
- The full Anatomy and Physiology Review Program, allows six months for completion of all 11 body systems modules in the program.
- Individual body system modules, allow one month for completion.
- In both cases, completion dates can be extended for an additional fee.
To ensure mastery of key concepts in the body system modules, PowerPoint presentations, PowerPoint presentation videos, a medical terminology glossary and optional worksheets, as well as the module review quiz are available. Each module review quiz is comprised of 4-15 questions valued at 10-30 points. A score of 70% on each module review quiz is required to complete the associated module review quiz. You have three attempts to earn a 70% or better. Please note that once you earn a 70% or better, no more attempts are allowed on the associated module review quiz.
“The product (Anatomy & Physiology Review for ICD-10-CM/PCS program) is a great product that helps to shape Health/Allied professionals skills on ICD -10 CM/PCS, helps students to review their knowledge of all body parts and their functions /interactions.”
Brigitte Kwinze Smith
Medical Coder, Dimensions Healthcare System, MD
“This was the best CEU opportunity I have had to review the knowledge that I possess for my career. It was educational as well as rewarding. The added plus was that it was very reasonable cost wise and was able to do it from home.”
Rolette Community Care Center, ND
Free Trial Available
Want to take a look under the hood before you buy? Sign up for our free, 10 day trial that includes the content for the Skeletal System module to let you see what you would get if you registered.
Clinic Documentation Requirements for ICD-10-CM
– Recognize the top ten documentation issues.
– Determine what documentation they need for the most often treated conditions in their practices.
– Encourage improvement of the documentation
ICD-10-CM and Medical Practices
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Linda Parks, Assistant Professor in the HIM programs at Dakota State University, earned her Master’s degree in Health Information and Informatics Management from College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota and Bachelor’s degree from Park College in Parkville, Missouri. Before coming to DSU in 2010, Linda was the Health Information Technology Program Director at Darton College in Albany, Georgia. Her credentials are RHIT (registered health information technician), CCS (certified coding specialist) and CTR (certified tumor registrar). She has been certified by AHIMA as a ICD-10 trainer since 2011. Before coming to South Dakota, Linda taught at Macon State College in Macon, Georgia, and College of St. Mary in Omaha, Nebraska. Prior to moving to education, she worked in HIM in acute care settings as coder, coding supervisor and practice manager.
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