[On-demand webinar series] PDPM coding: Avoid these common traps

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Diagnosis coding accuracy is extremely important for PDPM success. Coding problems are the same no matter the setting. In this three-part webinar series, well-known coding expert Lisa Selman-Holman will cover the most common ICD-10 coding mistakes:

  • Fractures
  • Symptom coding and the ‘with’ convention
  • Diabetes and hypertension coding

Lisa will teach the guidelines with real-life examples, so you can be on the right track for PDPM. By the end of this webinar series, you will be able to apply coding conventions and guidelines to common scenarios, which will ultimately help you prepare for PDPM coding success.

Mary Madison with Briggs Healthcare will accompany Lisa at the end of the first event to assist with answering your top coding questions.

THREE-PART WEBINAR SERIES

[Free webinar series] PDPM coding: Avoid these common traps

Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN, HCS-D, COS-C, HCS-O, HCS-H, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer, AHIMA ICD-10-CM Ambassador | President, Selman-Holman

Mary Madison, RN, RAC-CT, CDP, Clinical Consultant, Briggs Healthcare

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What you’ll learn

  1. Identify why diagnosis coding requires competent expertise
  2. Identify the top 3 coding issues identified by LTC nurses as problematic
  3. Explain the coding of fractures
  4. Explain the guidelines for the coding (or not coding) symptoms
  5. Explain the ‘with’ convention and why it changes the coding of diabetes and hypertension

About our speakers

Lisa Selman-Holman, JD, BSN, RN, HCS-D, COS-C, HCS-O, HCS-H, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer, AHIMA ICD-10-CM Ambassador | President, Selman-Holman & Associateslisa-selman-holman-headshot

Lisa has taught diagnosis coding since 1999. Both an RN and an attorney, Lisa has educated thousands of nurses and non-clinicians to code since the implementation of ICD-10-CM. She is known for her ability to make tough subjects fun. Lisa is the chair of the Board of Medical Specialty Coding for the Homecare Coding Specialist-Diagnosis (HCS-D), Homecare Clinical Specialist-OASIS (HCS-O) and Homecare Coding Specialist-Hospice (HCS-H) certifications. She is an AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer. Lisa’s company, Selman-Holman & Associates, a Briggs Healthcare Company, provides education on ICD-10-CM through live training sessions as well as online courses through CodeProU. Selman-Holman also provides outsourced diagnosis coding for home health agencies, hospices, and now skilled nursing facilities, through CoDR (Coding Done Right).
 

Mary Madison, RN, RAC-CT, CDP | Clinical Consultant, Briggs HealthcareMary Madison Clinical Consultant Briggs Healthcare

Mary is a registered nurse with over 45 years of healthcare experience, including 40 years in long-term care. She has held positions of Director of Nursing in a 330-bed SNF, DON in two 60-bed SNFs, Reviewer with Telligen (Iowa QIO), Director of Continuing Education, Manager of Clinical Software Support, Clinical Software Implementer and Clinical Educator. Mary has conducted numerous MDS training and other educational sessions across the country in the past two decades. Mary joined Briggs Healthcare as their LTC/Senior Care Clinical Consultant in July 2014.

Webinar sponsors

This webinar is sponsored by SimpleLTC and Selman-Holman, Briggs Healthcare companies. Feel free to share this training opportunity with your colleagues.

13 Comments on “[On-demand webinar series] PDPM coding: Avoid these common traps”

  1. Can you put your slides so they are on “handouts”? That way we can take notes on the slides and not print so much paper? Thanks

  2. Hello,
    My name is Ms. Wooden, I am a MDS Nurse. I am interested in attending your webinar along with a couple other employees. We would like to know if we will receive credit for attending the webinar. We are interested in taking the webinar for October 2019.

  3. Wow! This might be one of the most helpful things on the topic I’ve ever read. Thanks for your work.

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