Learn the ICD-10-CM coding rules for a variety of aftercare situations, including fractures, joint replacements and therapy

The ICD-10 code set took effect Oct. 1, but coders remain confused about how to code various aftercare situations, such as fracture nonunions or malunions, complications of joint replacement and therapy, to name a few. There are more options for coding these in ICD-10 including both 7th characters and Z codes, and the rules are unfamiliar and scattered around in guidelines, chapter introductions and among the codes themselves. In addition, various authoritative sources, associations and experts disagree on how to code these situations.

Gain a clear understanding of the ICD-10 code set and how to properly code for your most frequent aftercare situations. Learn all about seventh character requirements for subsequent care and sequelae. Master ICD-10-CM coding rules for fractures, joint replacements, therapy, and various aftercare situations to increase coding productivity, and ensure reimbursement.

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Ruby O’Brochta WoodwardRuby O’Brochta Woodward, BSN, CPC, CPMA, COSC, CSFAC

Ruby has contributed to numerous articles for DecisionHealth publications and has presented at both the national and local level on various orthopedic and DME related coding topics. She is currently a coding subject matter expert for DecisionHealth.

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