Stay ahead with the latest updates and navigate the evolving landscape of home care coding with our comprehensive two-day intermediate coding course, now updated with the latest 2024 coding changes and pertinent information about the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM). Elevate your expertise to meet the demands of the industry and equip your agency for success.
Enhance your knowledge of regulatory aspects and ethical considerations in diagnosis coding. This course incorporates numerous examples to boost your skills, proficiency, speed, and accuracy in selecting the appropriate ICD-10-CM codes. Attendees will gain the ability to demonstrate proficiency in handling complex coding scenarios, empowering them to approach home care charts with confidence.
We'll delve into the application of the PDGM and risk adjustment, ensuring that home health participants understand payment implications, compliance issues, and impact on Star Ratings and VBP. As government auditors intensify their focus on home care, now is the opportune moment to ensure that your coding practices are accurate and aligned with regulations, and risk adjustment safeguarding your revenue and outcomes. Click below for list of program topics.
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ADDITIONAL WORKSHOP DETAILS
Source documents will be reviewed at the workshop. Source documents include the current (2024) guidelines. Check your manual for the 2024 guidelines. You may download the guidelines at https://www.cms.gov/files/document/fy-2024-icd-10-cm-coding-guidelines.pdf . This guidance will allow participants to further their education outside the class and arm them with the tools to research answers to questions that arise in their agencies. If the current guidelines are not in the coding manual, then the guidelines available at the link above may be used in testing for the HCS-D credential. Mastering coding skills takes practice and knowing where to find guidance ensures coding accuracy and regulatory compliance.
This class is designed with intermediate coders in mind. We recommend a review of the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting for 2024, pages 1 -20 of the document found at:
https://www.cms.gov/files/document/fy-2024-icd-10-cm-coding-guidelines.pdf prior to the workshop. These pages describe and define the Coding Conventions (Section I.A) & General Coding Guidelines (Section I.B). It is expected that intermediate coders already possess this foundational knowledge as it will not be the focus of this class. Your pre-class efforts will greatly enhance your learning experience.
Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN, HCS-D, COS-C
Vice President of Education & Quality at McBee
Lisa brings more than 35 years of experience in the home health and hospice industry, specializing in regulatory compliance, both as an RN and a home care attorney. Lisa founded Selman-Holman CoDR (Coding Done Right), a coding outsources and audit company, which was acquired by McBee in 2021. In her role as VP of Education & Quality, education team in producing quality education through live events and online via Post-Acute Academy. Additionally, Lisa leads the quality audit team to ensure the highest-level of accuracy in coding and clinical documentation internally at McBee and externally for clients nationwide. Lisa is the past chair of the Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance (BMSCC) and is an originator of the Homecare Coding Specialist-Diagnosis (HCS-D), Homecare Clinical Specialist-OASIS (HCS-O) and Homecare Coding Specialist-Hospice (HCS-H) credentials. She is an AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer.
Michelle Horner BSN, RN, HCS-O, HCS-D, HCS-H, COS-S
Manager of Post-Acute Education for McBee
Michelle has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare with an extensive background in critical care and home care. Michelle has been instrumental in the content creation for the McBee Post-Acute Academy. She currently specializes in Quality, Clinical, and Regulatory Consulting and Education. Michelle develops and provides custom on-site client education programs. She speaks regularly for various home care associations. Her expertise regularly appears in the Decision Health Diagnosis Coding Pro and she is a subject matter expert contributor for several Decision Health publications. Michelle currently serves on the AHCC’s Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance Certification HCS-D and HCS-O Committees.