Morning session: 3 hours 10 minutes - Introduction to ICD-10-CM and Guidelines 20 minutes - A review of the key coding conventions for the ICD-10-CM and differences between iCD-9 and ICD-10 2 ½ hours - Diagnosis coding in ICD-10 by body part – at least one condition will be covered from the list below; 5 to 10 minutes will be spent on each area. Head and face Eyes Ears Nose Mouth Neck & throat Arms Back Chest Heart Lungs Abdomen Hips Legs Knees Feet Skin Systemic conditions Mental conditions Sample ICD-10-CM books will be available for small group coding. Attendees will perform code look-up and share their findings. Sample ICD-10-CM discussion: Head and face Mucormycosis – any mycosis is a fungal infection. What is it? Mucormycosis is an aggressive and life threatening disease caused by common fungi found it the soil. It eats away at blood vessels, bones, and tissue of the face and head, including the roof of the mouth, nostrils, eye sockets, and brain. Patients with underlying immune system disorders, cancer, or uncontrolled diabetes are at risk. Symptoms? These include face or eye pain, bulging eyes, black nasal discharge, a bloody cough, and vision loss. Specialists? Infectious disease, neurology, and/or an otolaryngologist Treatment? Treatment by surgical debridement (removal) of dead or infected tissue. The patient might also received IV antifungal medication. Group participation - Let’s code it! Our murcormycosis codes to B46.5 if unspecified. It could also be described as: Pulmonary is B46.0 Rhinocerebral is B46.1 Cutaneous, skin, or subcutaneous which all codes to B46.3 It can also be disseminated or generalized as in B46.4 Attendees will be lead in further discussion about chapter 1 and chapter 1 specific coding guidelines. A similar format will be used for all of the body areas/organ systems listed above. Break for lunch Afternoon session: 3 hours Procedural coding in ICD-10 30 minutes - A review of the coding conventions for the ICD-10-CM, with emphasis on procedure root terms Sample ICD-10-CM books will be available for small group coding. Attendees will perform code look-up and share their findings. Sample ICD-10-PCS discussion: 5 to 10 minutes will be spent on each root operation Head and face For our Murcormycosis, you might remember that we had treatment by surgical debridement (removal) of dead or infected tissue. The patient might also received IV antifungal medication. Let’s code it! Say our patient needs debridement of the skin of the face. Discussion: what is the correct root operation? It will depend on the method of debridement! If it is by laser, we would use destruction as our root word. Group participation: Destruction 0H51 Skin, Face > 0H51X External > 0H51XZ No Device > 0H51XZD Destruction of Face Skin, Multiple, External Approach 0H51XZZ Destruction of Face Skin, External Approach Other possible treatment options lead to other similar codes – the 3rd character is different but our other characters are the same. Excision? Excision of Face Skin, External Approach 0HB1XZZ Repair? Repair Face Skin, External Approach 0HQ1XZZ Remember the difference between EXCISION AND RESECTION Excision is cutting off without replacement part of organ Resection is cutting off without replacement all of organ Each root operation will be reviewed in a similar manner using conditions from the ICD-9-CM discussed in the morning session.