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Ultimate Coding & OASIS Training Virtual Series: OASIS Training & ICD-10 Intermediate Coding

Product Code: UTSV2020J

Quick Overview

Learn how to properly answer the new OASIS items AND how to sequence the most common home health diagnoses in ICD-10 through this seminar package.

Receive on-demand OASIS training and valuable CEUs!

Regular Price: $1,099.00

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Ultimate Coding & OASIS Training Virtual Series: OASIS Training & ICD-10 Intermediate Coding

Ultimate Coding & OASIS Training Virtual Series:
OASIS Training & ICD-10 Intermediate Coding

Presented on: On-Demand

Presented by: 

Arlynn Hansell, PT, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, COS-C
Owner of Therapy and More, LLC, DB Healthcare Consulting


Make the most out of Ultimate Coding and OASIS Training: The Virtual Series by combining two programs!

This seminar package gives you both popular courses from the Ultimate Training Series: OASIS & ICD-10 Intermediate Coding!


OASIS program:

Learn how to properly answer the new OASIS items while reinforcing your core OASIS competencies—without sacrificing productivity.

OASIS accuracy is your key to becoming a five-star agency, achieving value-based bonuses, and getting full and proper reimbursement. This virtual seminar provides intermediate-level OASIS training on the most challenging items and confusing questions that put your agency at risk when answered incorrectly.

This virtual seminar is divided into four sessions for ease of use. Expert instructor Arlynn Hansell includes opportunities to pause the recording to work through scenarios, which she discusses in depth to ensure retention and comprehension.

 BONUS: Receive our HCS-O study session materials with purchase of this training!


ICD-10 Intermediate Coding program:

Learn how to sequence the most common home health diagnoses in ICD-10, and understand the new FY2020 code and guideline changes.

This virtual seminar is intended for intermediate-level coders who have been coding in home health for at least one year and are planning to sit for their HCS-D credential or who became credentialed in the past year.

The virtual seminar is divided into eight sessions for ease of use. Expert speaker Arlynn Hansell includes opportunities to pause the recording to work through scenarios, which she discusses in depth to ensure retention and comprehension. 

 BONUS: Receive our HCS-D study session materials with purchase of this training!

REQUIRED MATERIAL: All attendees of our ICD-10 Intermediate Coding and Advanced Coding classes must have a 2020 ICD-10-CM coding manual. You must also have a coding manual to take the HCS-D exam. We recommend DecisionHealth’s Complete Home Health ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding Manual, 2020.


At the conclusion of this virtual training, the participant will:

  1. Learn the specific OASIS-D1 items and updated guidance effective January 2020

  2. Avoid CMS surveyor scrutiny with best practices for answering the OASIS SOC/ROC in a timely fashion
  3. Correctly apply OASIS conventions to item-specific scenarios, while also learning how to apply OASIS-specific definitions for terms such as active treatment, care episode, same day, minimal assistance, and more
  4. Master the complicated wound items, including how to report pressure ulcers, stasis ulcers, surgical wounds, and trauma wounds
  5. Ensure accuracy in the reporting of neuro/emotional/behavioral items
  6. Work through ADL items to ensure you're accurately reporting the patient's functional status
  7. Walk away with best practices to ensure your documentation matches the OASIS, which matches the plan of care
  8. Understand the interaction of certain OASIS items and the new Patient-Driven Grouping Model (PDGM) payment system
  9. Focus on the assumptions within the coding conventions and guidelines
  10. Describe how documentation, OASIS, and coding all work together to affect payment in the PDGM payment system and create a compliant record 
  11. Discuss scenarios for assigning Z codes versus a complication code
  12. State the difference between sepsis, SIRS, and septic shock, and identify correct infection verbiage for accurate coding
  13. Identify when surgical aftercare is needed for neoplasms versus the diagnosis itself
  14. Demonstrate how to choose the right code when dealing with all the possible manifestations of diabetes
  15. Identify the complexities of combination coding of hypertension, heart failure, CKD, and COPD versus emphysema
  16. Learn to choose the right code to identify sequelae of a CVA
  17. Identify the difference between poisoning and adverse effects, and how to code these diagnoses in ICD-10


Agenda

All registrants receive access to the online learning, downloadable slides, and relevant accompanying materials.

In the OASIS seminar you will:

  • Hammer home the most challenging OASIS items and guidance, including Section GG, J1800 and J1900 (falls).
  • Avoid CMS surveyor scrutiny with best practices for answering the OASIS SOC/ROC in a timely fashion. Learn how to answer M0102 (date of physician ordered SOC) and M0104 (date of referral) in challenging situations.
  • Correctly apply OASIS conventions to item-specific scenarios while also learning how to apply OASIS-specific definitions for terms such as active treatment, care episode, same day, minimal assistance, and more.
  • Master the complicated wound items, including how to report pressure ulcers, stasis ulcers, surgical wounds, and trauma wounds, and how to report their healing status.
  • Ensure accuracy in the reporting of neuro/emotional/behavioral items (M1700–M1745) to ensure appropriate POC development and risk adjustment of outcomes.
  • Work through the ADL items (M1800–M1860) to ensure you're accurately reporting the patient's functional status, lest you risk PDGM functional impairment level points and inaccurate outcome scores.
  • Walk away with best practices to ensure your documentation matches the OASIS, which matches the plan of care.


In the ICD-10 Intermediate Coding seminar you will cover:

  • Coding conventions and guidelines: Delve into the assumptions that can and cannot be made in ICD-10
  • Fractures, including traumatic and pathological fractures and their relation to joint replacements
  • Z codes: Learn when to assign aftercare codes in home health
  • Wounds, including pressure ulcers, infected and non-healing surgical wounds, stasis ulcers, and trauma wounds
  • Diabetes: Learn how to choose the right code from among five code categories and review the differences in coding diabetic manifestations in ICD-10
  • Cardiopulmonary, including hypertension, heart failure, and COPD versus asthma with COPD exacerbation versus emphysema
  • CVA and late effects: Learn how to apply the 7th character to indicate sequelae, as well as how to code dominant vs. non-dominant
  • Neoplasms and anemia, including surgical aftercare for neoplasms, and the key differences in coding anemia associated with malignancy, and anemia resulting from chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and radiation therapy
  • GI/GU, including how to report kidney disease (CKD) and obstructions
  • The difference between coding for poisoning and coding for adverse effects
  • How PDGM clinical groups and comorbidity adjustments apply, presented through interactive scenarios


REQUIRED MATERIAL:
All attendees of our ICD-10 Intermediate Coding and Advanced Coding classes must have a 2020 ICD-10-CM coding manual. You must also have a coding manual to take the HCS-D exam. We recommend DecisionHealth’s Complete Home Health ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding Manual, 2020.

Who Should Listen?

  • Clinicians
  • Clinical supervisors
  • Directors of nursing
  • Quality managers
  • Quality assurance/performance improvement staff
  • Compliance officers
  • Coders
  • Coding supervisors
  • Coding educators and trainers
  • Clinicians responsible for coding

Meet the Speaker

Arlynn HansellArlynn Hansell, PT, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, COS-C, has been a physical therapist in the home health and SNF settings since October 1998, holding positions of therapist, rehab manager, and quality/compliance assurance. Hansell is the owner of Therapy and More, LLC, an outsource company for OASIS review, ICD-10 coding for home health and hospice, therapy visit note audits, and end-of-episode quality reviews. In addition, she assists agencies in achieving therapy documentation and practice excellence in order to better position themselves against auditors.

Hansell is a member of the BMSC Home Health Advisory Panel, where she serves as vice chair. She has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, where she served as the vice president of the home health section. She is involved in the creation and editing of the HCS-D, HCS-O, and HCS-H certification exams, and is the editor of the Home Care Clinical Specialist – OASIS-D online guidance.

Ultimate Training: Oasis
Continuing Education Credit Information

Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance (BMSC)
This program is preapproved by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding & Compliance (BMSC) for 8 HCS-O, 2 HCS-D, 2 HCS-H CEU(s).

Nursing Contact Hours
HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

This educational activity for 5.1 nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro.

 

Ultimate Training: Intermediate Coding
Continuing Education Credit Information

Board of Medical Specialty Coding and Compliance (BMSC)
This program is preapproved by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding & Compliance (BMSC) for 14 HCS-D, 2 HCS-O, 11 HCS-H CEU(s).

Nursing Contact Hours
HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

This educational activity for 5.6 nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro.

Customer Service Contact Information
If you have questions regarding this product or activity, please contact customer service department for further assistance: 

  • DecisionHealth: Phone: 855-CALL-DH1 (855-225-5341) • Email: customer@decisionhealth.com
  • HCPro: Phone: 800-650-6787 • Email: customerservice@hcpro.com

Instructions

Webinar system requirements and program materials: 
To fully benefit from the webinar experience, please note you will need a computer equipped with the following:

Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari, with JavaScript enabled 
Internet: 56K or faster Internet connection (high-speed connection recommended) 
Streaming: for audio/video streaming, Adobe Flash plug-in or Safari browser on iOS devices 

Note: Once you have completed checkout you will receive an order confirmation email from Do-Not-Reply-TrainingToday@lmsnotification.com within 1 business day. This email will include your password and login information. Upon logging in you will gain access to all course material. The course material is to be used solely by the purchaser. Any sharing of this documentation is prohibited.

You will be provided:

  • OASIS CEU Instructions
  •  BONUS: Receive our HCS-O study session materials with purchase of this training!
  • OASIS-D1 Sessions (Session totals approx. 5 hours, 11 minutes )
  • OASIS Materials
  • Intermediate Coding CEU Instructions
  • BONUS: Receive our HCS-D study session materials with purchase of this training!
  • Intermediate Coding Sessions (Session totals approx. 5 hours, 50 minutes )
  • Intermediate Coding Materials


PLEASE NOTE
 
REQUIRED MATERIAL: All attendees of our ICD-10 Intermediate Coding and Advanced Coding classes must have a 2020 ICD-10-CM coding manual. You must also have a coding manual to take the HCS-D exam. We recommend DecisionHealth’s Complete Home Health ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding Manual, 2020.

If you have questions about this virtual class contact us at: 

UTS Virtual Conference - Recording run times:

*All recordings will be available until 9/30/20.


Oasis

Intermediate

Session 1

1:13:04

Session 1

0:52:24

Session 2

1:26:15

Session 2

0:49:46

Session 3

0:57:16

Session 3

0:37:27

Session 4

1:16:34

Session 4

 0:45:02

Session 5

 0:20:09

Session 6

0:44:54

 Session 7

0:55:51

 Session 8

0:44:21

Total

5:11:09

Total

5:49:54