Coding in the Reproductive Healthcare Environment

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Resource Description: 

UPDATED TO INCLUDE ICD-10 and QFP!

Unit 1: The Fundamentals of Coding. This unit covers the purpose of coding. It also provides a broad overview of billing codes and describes how codes are used to document the services provided during a medical visit.

    Unit 1 is intended for beginner coding clinic staff who have never done medical coding before,
    or would like a refresher course in basic medical coding.

Unit 2: The Coding Process. This unit examines the process for selecting preventive medicine and problem-focused Evaluation and Management (E/M) codes. The unit provides a framework for capturing all the elements of a visit with the appropriate codes. The unit does NOT cover the types of codes in detail; rather, it shows how a list of questions can guide the process for determining codes.

    Unit 2 is intended for intermediate coding clinic staff who want to learn more about the
    nuances of selecting the appropriate code and capturing all of the elements of a medical visit.

Unit 3: Advanced Case Studies in Coding. This unit provides a range of complex, reproductive health-focused case studies for coding staff to test their skills. 

    Unit 3 is intended for experienced coding clinic staff who would like to test their coding skills
    by going through reproductive health examples of complex cases.

Frequently Used Quality Family Planning ICD-10 Codes Job Aid

Content Developer: 

Dr. Michael Policar, MD, MPH
Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences
University of California - San Francisco - School of Medicine

Registration and Fees: 

REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE

Registration for all units is free.

A $12 fee per unit will be charged for continuing nursing education (CNE) credits. There is no fee for a certificate of attendance.

The University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

The Coding in the Reproductive Healthcare Environment Course offers 1.0 contact hour per unit.

To receive contact hours, participants must complete and submit an evaluation and request for credit.  Certificates will be emailed within 4 weeks of submitting the evaluation.

Questions?

Contact the Family Planning National Training Center at fpntc@jsi.com

Funding for this online course was made possible by the Office of Population Affairs (Grant FPTPA006023-03-00). The views expressed in the module does not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

Type: 

eLearning

CE Offered: 

No