With the proposed postponement of ICD-10 implementation to 2014 — the training and transition to ICD-10 needs to continue to move forward. This will help facilitate this major change seamless and smooth. With continuous training and a transition plan to ICD-10, it will eliminate the stress that may come from a “crisis” motivated educational process instead of a well thought out educational implementation and transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10.
Join AHIMA ICD-10 Trainer and expert speaker, Lori Lynn Webb CPC, CCS-P, CCP, CHDA, COBGC in this FREE 30 minute session on May 03, 2012 at 12 am. She will be presenting a quick status update of what the implications are for the postponement of the ICD-10 CM/PCS implementation. Aside from these, she will be:
- discussing a brief history, the current status and what is anticipated with regard to the ICD-10 proposed delay of 1 year
- providing quick strategies for Providers and Payers to implement into their practices regarding continued education of ICD-10 CM & PCS for staff and clinicians
If you are:
- Inpatient & Outpatient Hospital/Facilities
- Private Practices / Office / Long Term Care facilities / Rehab facilities
- Insurance Payers (private and government)
- DME and Medical Suppliers (such as orthotics, device manufacturers, etc.)
…YOU should join us.
You may email us at email@example.com or call us at (032) 255 9722 to know more and register for this event.
About the speaker:
She is a Specialty based E&M, and Procedure Coding, Compliance, Data Charge entry analyst and HIPAA Privacy specialist. Over the last 20 years she has successfully conducted pre-payment, post-payment and audit charge services for medical providers and insurance payers. She has worked closely with contracted 3rd party insurance payers for successful reimbursement outcomes. She has experience with both inpatient and outpatient coding for physician based, and hospital based providers and facilities. in addition to supervising coding and clinical staff.
Ms. Webb contributes educational based coding articles and educational updates for national coding publications. She has her own ‘Lori-Lynne’s coding coach blog’ and is the coding resource for obgynhospitalist.com . She has presented at the National AHIMA and AAPC conferences, IdHIMA (State of Idaho) conferences, and local AAPC chapters. She is an AHIMA ACE mentor, teaches CPT4, ICD-9 & 10, HCPCS, and is an AHIMA accredited ICD-10 Certified Trainer. Her major specialty is Women’s Services. This includes Maternal Fetal Medicine, OB/GYN office and facility, OB/GYN Hospitalist Labor/Trauma Services, OB/GYN Oncology, Urology, and General surgical coding.