ICD 10 CM Updates FY 2023
9:00 – 11:00 A.M. Central time
$225 per person | Non-Members Registration Fee: $350 per person
A recording of the webinar will be provided by the host, the Louisiana Hospital Association Management Corporation.
HIM coders, CDI staff, case managers, documentation improvement staff, risk coders, and physician office staff.
The presenter will provide participants with information on the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)10 Clinical Modification (CM) coding updates that were effective Oct. 1, 2022, for FY 2023 discharge and outpatient services. There are 1,176 new diagnoses codes for FY 2023, including three codes that were added in April 2022, 288 deletions including one deletion in April 2022, and 28 revisions. With so many changes, the presenter will identify areas of focus for attendees.
- ICD 10 CM & Brief Reimbursement Updates
- Key Focused Point: OB/GYN- Endometriosis, Oncology, Mental & Behavioral Disorder Expansion of Specificity, Social Determinants ꟷ Who, What, and Why
- ICD 10 CM Official Coding Guidelines: Updated Guidelines & New Guidelines ꟷ How Do These Impact Coding?
- Key Updates for Reimbursement Methodologies: Medicare Severity Diagnosis Related Group (MS-DRGs) Inpatient & Compliant Physician’s HCC (Risk Coding)
- Questions & Answers
- Identify resources for new, revised, and deleted codes.
- Identify resources for updated reimbursement methodologies.
- Identify provider specialties for information to be distributed.
- Determine elements to validate in the EHR and predictive coding.
- Identify key issues for documentation improvement education to providers.
- Identify issues which may impact revenue cycle.
MEET YOUR FACULTY:
Jean Ann Hartzell-Minzey, RHIA, CHA, CPC, CEO & Chair of the Board
Healthcare Education Strategies, Inc. (HES)
Hartzell-Minzey actively develops systems and innovative programs for healthcare leaders and trainers. Her approach to ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS reflects her clinical knowledge and her knowledge of reimbursement methodologies. Hartzell-Minzey implemented one of the first DRG systems in the country and as part of the implementation educated 280 members of the medical staff, one-on-one. The same issues are relevant today in ICD-10. Hartzell-Minzey’s sessions not only provided the building blocks to transition to ICD-10 but also help to decrease Recovery Audit Contractor exposure. She looks at ICD-10 training in a purposeful and practical way with the goal of providing functional education to achieve measurable improvement.