Advanced Coding: Gastrointestinal Bleed - Diagnostic Inpatient and Outpatient

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This course provides a review of advanced ICD-10-CM coding for gastrointestinal bleeding inpatients and outpatients. Areas reviewed include gastrointestinal anatomy and bleeding disorders, coding and guidelines for bleeding disorders, and important documentation and billing issues.


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  • Introduce gastrointestinal (GI) anatomy
  • Examine gastrointestinal bleeding disorders
  • Explore other causes of GI bleeding
  • Review coding guidelines for bleeding disorders
  • Identify important documentation and billing issues
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Continuing education units AHIMA (credit value)
AHIMA (credit value) 1
AHIMA (expiring CEU date) 3/30/2022
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