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ICD-10-CM Online Training

This very extensive online ICD-10-CM Online Training course will allow you to understand the guidelines for coding and reporting focusing on correct coding and sequencing. Practice and develop ability to identify and communicate documentation deficiencies to providers to improve documentation for accurate coding. Register Today to improve your diagnosis coding skills.

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Training Includes

  • Online Mentor Access

  • 2 months online access

  • On-demand Lectures and resource videos

  • Games and activities 

  • Quizzes and exams

  • Test taking tips

  • Practice Final

Course Requirements

Internet Access

ICD-10-CM

Analyze Documentation

Ability to research codes

Complete training in 2 months

Certification

  • MCHC offers the CICD

Registration Options

  • ICD-10-CM Online Training only  $149

Registration Options:      (Register Online or call 904-495-6141)

ICD-10-CM Online Training  $149

Includes: Online access training for two months. Note: ICD-10-CM Coding book is not included. 

We cannot overstate the importance of understanding ICD-10-CM coding in the healthcare field. ICD-10-CM coding is the system used to classify and code diseases, injuries, and medical procedures. This system is an essential component of medical billing and reimbursement, as it determines the proper diagnosis and treatment codes that are required for insurance claims and reimbursement from government programs.

 

The accuracy of medical coding is critical because it can have a significant impact on healthcare providers, patients, and insurance companies. Accurate medical coding can help providers receive appropriate payment for services rendered, reduce the potential for insurance claim denials, and help patients receive the best possible care by providing accurate medical information to their healthcare providers.

 

In addition to its financial impact, medical coding plays a vital role in public health research, policymaking, and decision-making. The data collected through medical coding is used by public health officials to identify health trends, assess the quality of healthcare services, and allocate resources to prevent and treat diseases.

 

Moreover, the complexity of the ICD-10-CM coding system requires healthcare professionals to possess a high degree of knowledge and skill. Understanding ICD-10-CM coding requires a strong foundation in anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, and disease pathology. By developing proficiency in this system, healthcare professionals can communicate effectively with colleagues, streamline patient care, and ensure that patients receive the most appropriate care.

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