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ICD-10-PCS, Part 2: The Med/Surg-related and Ancillary Sections

icd-10-pcs-part1-collageICD-10-PCS, Part 2: The Med/Surg-related and Ancillary Sections is for HIM professionals who are already familiar with the process and principles of coding procedures in ICD-9.

As the second of three courses in Libman Education’s ICD-10-PCS series for coding professionals, this course shows you how to code procedures in the Medical and Surgical-related and Ancillary Sections of ICD-10-PCS, including obstetrics, imaging, mental health, and more.

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  • Apply knowledge learned in the first course, including: definitions of root operations, index and table concepts, and selecting the correct characters based on the documentation.
  • Get introduced to the remainder of the ICD-10-PCS system.
  • Master new root operations, root procedures, and root types within the last 15 sections of PCS.

Tuition $220 per person/per course

Online Flexibility! Work at your own pace; save time and travel costs.

ICD-10-PCS, Part 2: The Med/Surg-Related and Ancillary Sections consists of six lessons:

  • Lesson 1 introduces the structure and design of the Obstetrics section
  • Lesson 2 covers the Placement, Administration, Measurement and Monitoring sections of ICD-10-PCS
  • Lesson 3 helps you learn about the Extracorporeal Assistance, Performance and Therapies sections
  • Lesson 4 shows you the Osteopathic, Other Procedures and Chiropractic sections
  • Lesson 5 covers the Imaging, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Oncology sections
  • Lesson 6 introduces you to the Physical Rehabilitation and Diagnostic Audiology, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Treatment sections of ICD-10-PCS

  • 100% online self-directed course
  • Illustrations and YouTube videos to help you understand the procedures described and coded
  • Check Your Knowledge questions to further emphasize key concepts
  • A ten question assessment at each lesson’s conclusion

This course is for existing inpatient coders who have taken ICD-10-PCS, Part 1: The Med/Surg Section or another introductory ICD-10-PCS course.

“Lynn is an inspirational teacher. She ignites a passion for coding within you!” Kristen T

“Lynn, your explanations are clear, concise and too the point. Recommend it to any and all.  It is a confidence booster!” Leslie C 

“Any of Libman Education’s courses are worth time and cost.  Always walk away with a useable, clarity or reinforcement of subject matter.”

Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA
Lynn Kuehn is president of Kuehn Consulting, LLC, in Waukesha, Wisconsin, a consulting firm specializing in coding for all settings and physician practice management issues. Lynn provides training to small and large groups on ICD-9, ICD-10, and other HIM-related issues. Lynn served on the AHIMA Board of Directors and authored several of AHIMA’s popular books:  ICD-10-PCS: An Applied Approach; Procedural Coding and Reimbursement for Physician Services; CCS-P Exam Preparation; and A Practical Approach to Analyzing Healthcare Data.

Lynn has been deeply immersed in the ICD-10 coding system and training for ICD-10 and was among the first instructors for AHIMA’s ICD-10 Train-the-Trainers.  Lynn brings her detailed knowledge of HIM issues for both hospitals and physician practices to the ICD-10 courses developed with Libman Education.

ICD-10-PCS: An Applied Approach by Lynn Kuehn and Teri Jorwic, published by the American Health Information Management Association. The 2015 edition is available for purchase here.

Please note:  Students using the 2012 or 2014 edition of the textbook will enroll in the 2014 version of our course.  The 2014 edition may be available for purchase here.

ICD-10-PCS codebook (any vendor) or students may elect to use electronic files.

 

 

 

 

To receive a Certificate of Completion, students must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher and complete 6 hours of contact instruction.

Those who successfully complete the course are eligible for 6 AHIMA CEUs.

This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 4 CEUs. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.

To receive CEU credit, students must achieve a passing rate on the course assessment(s). Students are able to repeat the course assessment(s) until they have mastered the material. Once enrolled, students will have twelve months to complete the course.