The ICD-10-CM Provider Training consists of six sections focusing on ICD-10-CM documentation and coding tips. The first section is a basic introduction to ICD-10-CM while the remaining five sections focus on the following common chronic conditions: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, congestive heart failure, and major depressive disorder.
Speaking ICD-10-CM was produced to help learn the lingo for the new diagnosis code set. These are one page summaries containing the ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM code crosswalk for specific condition(s) including a detailed comparison of diagnosis code selection(s) and/or relevant coding guidance.
The Coding Focus provides everything you need to know about specific clinical diagnoses! This publication contains the definition, diagnostic criteria, treatment options, and relevant coding guidance for each designated diagnosis.
ICD-10-CM provides a greater level of specificity with over 71,000 diagnosis codes to select from. This requires medical record documentation to be more specific to ensure the most appropriate code is selected. To assist with accurate diagnosis coding and billing compliance for Medicare Risk Adjustment, included are the top ten ICD-10-CM documentation and coding tips.
Providers play a key role in Risk Adjustment activities for Medicare Advantage plans as each member’s health status is determined by the conditions identified and supported in medical record documentation. Review this document to learn more about the Provider’s Role in Risk Adjustment.