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ICD-10-CM Comprehensive Coding Training Program

ICD-10-CM And ICD-10-PCS Coding Training At Allied Schools

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The ICD-10 programs are no longer available. You can still enroll in Allied’s Medical Coding Program to get comprehensive medical coding and ICD-10 training. Get started today!



DiscontinuedAttention medical coders, HIM staff, physicians and other health care professionals: are you prepared for ICD-10 codes? Whether you are new or currently working in the medical industry, everyone is affected by the new coding system, which went from less than 20,000 ICD-CM/PCS codes to over 155,000 codes. Make sure you’re prepared to meet the challenge with Allied’s online, self-paced medical coding course.   

 

Convenient Online ICD-10 Online Courses

Learn from the convenience of home, on your terms. Allied’s online ICD-10-CM/PCS Comprehensive Coding training courses are centered on your needs. Create a study schedule that works for you and progress at your own pace. When you choose to learn online, you complete your course when and where you want with an education tailored to your needs. Forget travel time, parking fees and set class hours. Online learning puts you in charge!

Superior Online Course Materials

There’s no need to go anywhere else. Allied provides the in-depth materials you need so that you can truly learn the new coding concepts. From a state-of-the-art textbook to detailed online lessons and assignments, you’ll build the knowledge base you need. Upon completion of an ICD-10 course, you’ll be prepared to take the next step. Allied’s ICD-10 Comprehensive Coding and Anatomy and Physiology courses will help you meet new industry-wide standards and keep your health care career on track.

Personalized Student Support

DiscontinuedNeed one-on-one assistance? You can talk to a live person when you call during regular business hours. Our helpful Allied reps know the ICD-10 training material and can assist with any course questions or technical issues. They’re also available to provide support and encouragement. Your success is a mirror of our success and we support you every step of the way.

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The ICD-10 programs are no longer available. You can still enroll in Allied’s Medical Coding Program to get comprehensive medical coding and ICD-10 training. Get started today!



Want to make a smooth transition to the internationally-recognized ICD-10 coding system? Your medical career now requires you to meet new ICD-10 coding standards.

ICD-10 Programs

Allied’s online ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Comprehensive Training Courses prepare students to understand and apply the ICD-10 Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting. Understand the similarities and differences between ICD and ICD-9, including chapter-specific changes and coding conventions and guidelines.

  1. ICD-10-CM Program
    Courses Included:
    ICD-10-CM Comprehensive Coding Training
    Anatomy and Physiology
  2. ICD-10-PCS Program
    Courses Included:
    ICD-10-PCS Comprehensive Coding Training
    Anatomy and Physiology
  3. ICD-10 (CM+PCS) Program
    Courses Included:
    CD-10-CM Comprehensive Coding Training
    ICD-10-PCS Comprehensive Coding Training
    Anatomy and Physiology

MORE ICD-10 PROGRAM INFORMATION

ICD-10-CM Comprehensive Coding Training Course

 

Course Details

  • ICD-10-CM Diagnostic Coding System: Education, Planning, and Implementation, textbook and workbook
  • ICD-10-CM Draft codebook (available for purchase: $98.00)
  • Textbooks reading, online lessons
  • Online module quizzes & final exam

Course Overview

Allied’s ICD-10-CM Comprehensive Coding Training course has been designed to prepare coders, HIM staff, physicians, and all other health care professionals with the knowledge necessary to make a smooth transition to ICD-10. Medical professionals will undergo comprehensive training of the ICD-10-CM coding classification system, including the fundamentals, organization, and structure of ICD-10-CM. Extensive training will be provided so that students may understand and apply the current ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting. Additionally, students will understand the similarities and differences between ICD-10-CM and ICD-9-CM, including chapter-specific changes and coding conventions and guidelines. This course will prepare coders to successfully pass the required ICD-10 proficiency exam required by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) in order to maintain their professional coding credentials.

Course Objectives

  • Review history of the International Classification of Diseases.
  • Recall the impact on electronic health data from the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and Health Information Technology for Economic and the Clinical Health Act.
  • Identify the purpose of and appropriate use of the files for General Equivalency Mappings.
  • Recognize the ICD-10-CM layout, conventions, and general guidelines.
  • Recall the appropriate steps in the ICD-10-CM diagnostic coding process.
  • Choose the appropriate ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for infectious and parasitic diseases, neoplasms, diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs, as well as the Endocrine system and nutritional and metabolic diseases.
  • Select the proper ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for diseases of the Nervous system, Eye and Adnexa, Ear and Mastoid Process, and Circulatory system.
  • Assign the appropriate ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for diseases of the Respiratory system, Digestive system, skin and subcutaneous tissue, Muscular system and connective tissue, and Genitourinary system.
  • Select the appropriate ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for conditions occurring during pregnancy as well as congenital malformations and chromosomal abnormalities.
  • Choose the appropriate ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes for signs and symptoms, injury and poisoning, external causes, factors influencing health status, and mental health disorders.

ICD-10-PCS Comprehensive Coding Training Course

Course Details

  • ICD-10-PCS Coding System Education, Planning, and Implementation, textbook and workbook
  • 2014 ICD-10-PCS Draft codebook (available for purchase: $98.00)
  • Textbooks reading, online lessons
  • Online module quizzes & final exam

Course Overview

Allied’s ICD-10-PCS Comprehensive Coding Training course is designed to prepare current and prospective medical coders, hospital staff, physicians, and other medical professionals, as well as any health care providers, payers, vendors, and related entities that utilize the diagnostic and procedural code sets.

Extensive training will be provided to students so that they understand and apply the ICD-10-PCS Official Guidelines for coding and reporting. Students will be introduced to the General Equivalency Maps (GEMs) that act as translation guides between ICD-9 and ICD-10 code sets. Furthermore, this course will cover the new version 5010 electronic transaction standards, present comparisons of the paper provider and institutional claims to the 837-P and 837-I HIPAA transactions, and include an entire chapter devoted to strategy and planning for implementation of the ICD-10 code sets.Medical professionals will undergo comprehensive training of the ICD-10-PCS coding classification system, including the fundamentals, organization, and structure of ICD-10-PCS. Extensive training will be provided so that students may understand and apply the current ICD-10-PCS Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting. Additionally, students will understand the similarities and differences between ICD-10-PCS and ICD-9-PCS, including chapter-specific changes and coding conventions and guidelines. This course will prepare coders to successfully pass the required ICD-10 proficiency exam required by the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) in order to maintain their professional coding credentials.

Course Objectives

  • Recall the history of the International Classification of Diseases.
  • Distinguish among the HIPAA, ARRA, and HITECH Acts and review their impact on electronic health data.
  • Identify the function of the General Equivalency Mappings and the use of the files.
  • Become familiar with the layout, structure, and general guidelines of ICD-10-PCS.
  • Select the appropriate root operations, approaches, devices, and qualifiers for procedures using the Medical and Surgical.
  • Choose the appropriate body systems, root operations, approaches, devices, and qualifiers using the Obstetrics.
  • Select the appropriate body systems, root operations, approaches, devices, and qualifiers for procedures using the Placement, Administration, and Measurement and Monitoring.
  • Designate the appropriate body systems, root operations, approaches, devices, and qualifiers for procedures using the Extracorporeal.
  • Select the appropriate codes for procedures, services, and treatments related to the Osteopathic, Chiropractic, Other Procedures, and Imaging.
  • Choose the appropriate codes for procedures and services using the Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology sections.
  • Select the appropriate codes for procedures and services using the Physical Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Audiology, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse sections.

Anatomy and Physiology Course

With ICD-10 coding system now in place, this course helps students prepare for the increase in diagnosis and procedure codes with a refreshed foundation with the latest Anatomy & Physiology terms.

Course Details

Textbook: The Human Body in Health & Disease

14 required unites - each unit includes overview, objectives and assignments with textbook readings, interactive online lessons and lesson quizzes and unit exams

Online mid-term exam (covers 1 - 7) - 40 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; no time limit

Online final exam (covers 1 - 14) - 80 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; 2-hour time limit

Course Overview

Anatomy and Physiology will prepare students for the specificity required to interpret medical language while working as a healthcare professional. Students will acquire an in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and laboratory medicine. The student will learn how to identify, pronounce, spell, locate, and understand anatomical terminology to describe the structure and function of the body, the major organ systems, and the relations of one part to another. The nature of disease processes, including signs, symptoms, and etiology, will be presented in detail for each organ system. Interventional treatment modalities have been linked accordingly, in addition to clinical applications, research issues and trends, and related issues about health and well-being.

Course Objectives

  1. Recall the structural foundation of the body, basic chemistry, and various chemicals that comprise the human body
  2. Identify the structural and functional aspects of cell organization and the various types of tissues that compose the body’s organs
  3. Recognize the anatomy and organization of the body, disease terminology, and patterns of disease
  4. Specify the function and structure of the integumentary system and the various types of epithelial and connective tissue body membranes
  5. Name the functions and recognize the structure of the skeletal and muscular systems
  6. Identify the organs, divisions, and functions of the nervous system
  7. Distinguish between special and general sense organs and recognize the structure and anatomy of the eyes and ears
  8. Name the functions of the endocrine glands, hormones they secrete, and important roles that hormones play in homeostasis, normalcy, and abnormalities
  9. Recall the primary functions of blood and the heart and their associated disorders and abnormalities
  10. Identify the structures, functions, and deficiencies of the lymphatic system, as well as types of immunity
  11. Specify the structure and generalized functions of the respiratory system as well as the disorders of the upper respiratory tract
  12. Recognize the component parts of the digestive system and the basic principles of nutrition and metabolism
  13. Identify the major organs and functions of the urinary system and mechanisms that maintain fluid balance
  14. Recall the essential and accessory organs, functions of each, and the structures of external male and female genitals of the male and female reproductive systems

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