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Learning Path & Courses Information:

This Learning Path will review and discuss External Causes coding. This four-part Learning Path will examine coding conventions and guidelines. It includes an analysis of the codes in Chapter 20, as well as other related chapters of ICD-10-CM. Applicable Coding Clinic articles will be reviewed and highlighted, as well as examples and coding cases for practice. This learning path provides 1 approved AAPC CEU and can be used towards 1 AHIMA CEU | Duration: 1 hour.

LP Learning Objectives:

  • Review the contents, notes and definitions of Chapter 20 of ICD-10-CM, External Causes of Morbidity (V00-Y99)
  • Examine guidelines for external cause codes, including place of occurrence, activity and external cause status
  • Review applicable guidelines in other sections for Adult and Child Abuse and Coding for Healthcare Encounters in Hurricane Aftermath
  • Describe the hierarchy of external cause codes should multiple external causes codes be assigned
  • Assign codes for external causes for given case scenarios.

The courses included within this learning path are:

  • CM External Causes Guidelines
  • CM External Causes Place Activity Status
  • CM External Causes Hierarchy
  • CM External Causes Coding Examples

Educators: Ann Zeisset, RHIT, CCS, CCS-P and Teri Jorwic, MPH, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA.