ICD-10-CM Mini Course

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The Greatly Anticipated CCO
ICD-10-CM Mini Course!

Who's this course for:

  • Medical coders wanting to learn ICD-10-CM (not PCS)
  • Those with an existing understanding of ICD-9 and basic coding
  • Those preparing for AAPC's ICD-10-CM Proficiency Assessment

The ICD-10-CM Mini Course Includes
6 Jam-Packed Modules


  • Module 1: An Overview of ICD-10-CM
  • Module 2: ICD-10-CM Outpatient Coding & Reporting Guidelines
  • Module 3: Using ICD-10-CM
  • Module 4: Chapter-Specific Guidelines (1-10)
  • Module 5: Chapter-Specific Guidelines (11-14)
  • Module 6: Chapter-Specific Guidelines (15-21)

Each Module Contains:

  • Video lecture by Laureen Jandroep, CPC, CPC-I, CMSCS, CHCI
  • Lecture handouts
  • Reading Assignment out of "Step-by-Step Medical Coding" by Carol Buck (purchase on your own or through CCO)
  • Workbook Exercises
  • Fun Practice Activities
  • Online Timed Exam to Test What You've Learned
  • Access to CCO Instructor Coach

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Module 1 Objectives:

  1. Explain the development of the ICD-10-CM.
  2. Describe how the ICD-10-CM replaces the ICD-9-CM, Volumes 1 and 2.
  3. Identify the improvements in the ICD-10-CM.
  4. List the official instructional notations in ICD-10-CM.
  5. Analyze the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding And Reporting.
  6. Describe the format of ICD-10-CM.

Module 2 Objectives:

  1. Identify a first-listed diagnosis
  2. Define assignment of codes for unconfirmed diagnosis
  3. Describe code assignment for outpatient surgery
  4. Outline assignment of additional diagnoses
  5. Describe Z code reporting
  6. Define observation stay
  7. Delineate the differences between first-listed and coexisting conditions.
  8. Explain uncertain diagnosis
  9. Understand assignment of codes for chronic diseases
  10. Recognize diagnostic services
  11. Recognize therapeutic services
  12. Illustrate reporting of preoperative evaluations
  13. Explain prenatal visits
  14. Apply the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting

Module 3 Objectives:

  1. Demonstrate ability to utilize the Alphabetic Index and Tabular List
  2. Understand the steps to accurate coding
  3. Comprehend the organization of the Guidelines
  4. Use both the Alphabetic Index and Tabular List
  5. Outline the need for level of specificity in diagnosis coding
  6. Identify conditions integral to a disease process
  7. Assign multiple codes to a single condition
  8. Report acute and chronic conditions
  9. Demonstrate application of combination codes
  10. Differentiate between residual and late effects
  11. Abstract information that determines if a condition is impending or threatened
  12. Outline the rules when reporting the same diagnosis code more than once
  13. Assign codes based on laterality

Module 4 Objectives:

  1. Review certain infectious and parasitic disease codes
  2. Analyze neoplasm codes
  3. Assess the blood and blood-forming organs and certain disorders involving the immune mechanism codes
  4. Examine the endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases codes
  5. Understand the mental and behavioral disorders codes
  6. Examine the diseases of the nervous system codes
  7. Analyze the diseases of the eye and adnexa codes
  8. Comprehend the organization and reporting of the ear and mastoid process codes
  9. Recognize the diseases of the circulatory system codes
  10. Evaluate the diseases of the respiratory system codes
  11. Demonstrate the ability to report diagnoses with I-10 codes for Chapters 1-10

Module 5 Objectives:

  1. Examine the digestive system coding
  2. Review coding the skin and subcutaneous tissue diseases
  3. Understand diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue coding

Module 6 Objectives:

  1. Review the pregnancy, childbirth, and puerperium coding
  2. Report services of certain conditions originating in the perinatal period
  3. Examine the congenital malformations, deformities and chromosomal abnormalities
  4. Define the rules of symptoms, signs, and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings that are not elsewhere classified
  5. Identify the elements of coding injury, poisonings and certain other consequences of external causes
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