Libman Education Inc. offers training and education opportunities for HIM professionals:

ICD-10 Training

ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Coding

ICD-10-CM: Diagnosis Coding is a foundational course for students without previous coding experience. This course will introduce you to the diagnostic coding system used by hospitals, physicians, insurance companies, data analysts, and others to describe patient conditions.

The two-sided ICD-10 Bookmark provides you with the definition of each character in the ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding system. Place it on your computer monitor, on your desk, or in your paper code books, and have a handy reference to help you with your ICD-10 coding.

The ICD-10-CM Skills Assessment measures your skill level in assigning ICD-10-CM codes.  With 40 questions, it uses scenarios from various types of visits, such as emergency room, inpatient admissions, outpatient admissions, physician office, etc. to evaluate a coder’s comprehension of the coding guidelines and selection of the correct diagnosis code(s).

ICD-10 for Post Acute Care Settings

ICD-10 for Post Acute Care Settings provides an introduction to the structure and design of the ICD-10 coding system and the content of the coding guidelines, plus additional specific guidance for assigning codes to diagnoses common in the post acute setting. These settings include home health, hospice, and skilled nursing facilities.

ICD-10 for Home Health Providers provides an introduction to the structure and design of the ICD-10 coding system and the content of the coding guidelines, plus additional specific guidance for assigning codes to diagnoses common in the home health agency setting.

ICD-10-CM for Home Health Bookmark is a two-sided, laminated bookmark that provides you with a definition of each character in the ICD-10-CM code structure PLUS Case Mix Categories for Home Health diagnoses.

ICD-10-PCS Procedure Coding

Are you confident your coders have the in-depth, detailed knowledge they need to apply ICD-10-PCS codes with skill? Complete ICD-10-PCS Training: From Beginner to Advanced by nationally recognized coding expert Lynn Kuehn, MS, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA, takes you from beginner to advanced in minimal time.

ICD-10-PCS, Part 3: Advanced Coding by Body System provides a ‘deep dive’ into the specifics of ICD-10-PCS organized by body system. Applying the basics of the ICD-10-PCS system (such as definitions of root operations, index and table concepts, and selecting the correct characters based on the documentation), this course will teach you how to code with confidence!

Learn from Lynn: ICD-10-PCS Quick Consult provides straightforward explanations of complex coding issues. Hear directly from the leading ICD-10-PCS coding expert, Lynn Kuehn, with this audio and instructional series.

ICD-10-PCS: Procedure Coding is a foundational course for students without previous coding experience. This course focuses on the organization of ICD-10-PCS, identifies coding conventions specific to procedure coding, and provides chapter-specific coding instruction.

ICD-10-PCS, Part 1: The Med/Surg Section, the first and foundational Libman Education ICD-10-PCS course, introduces you to the structure and design of the ICD-10-PCS system and the content of the coding guidelines. The course educates you on assigning codes within the medical and surgical section of ICD-10-PCS, with complete education on the 31 root operations used in the coding process.

ICD-10-PCS, Part 2: The Med/Surg-Related and Ancillary Sections is the second of three courses in our ICD-10-PCS series. The course introduces you to the remainder of the ICD-10-PCS system, and shows you how to code procedures in the Medical and Surgical-related and Ancillary Sections of the ICD-10 Procedure Coding System, or ICD-10-PCS.

ICD-10-PCS: A Quick Course on Table Mechanics provides audio and visual tours of the CMS electronic files; participants explore the features, format and organization of ICD-10-PCS. Course features include screen shots, interactive activities, and the use of video with audio to demonstrate how to use the electronic files for ICD-10-PCS.

The key to ICD-10-PCS coding success is understanding and being able to identify the root operations. This set of nine 5×7, laminated, double-sided ICD-10 Root Operations Flash Cards prepares you to select between root operations with confidence:

The two-sided ICD-10 Bookmark provides you with the definition of each character in the ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding system. Place it on your computer monitor, on your desk, or in your paper code books, and have a handy reference to help you with your ICD-10 coding.

In just 40 questions, the ICD-10-PCS Skills Assessment measures the coder’s skill level in assigning ICD-10-PCS codes. A range of root operations are included and results are reported in 11 categories: the nine root operation subcategories in the Medical and Surgical section, the Obstetrics section, and sections 2-H of PCS.

ICD-10 for Clinicians and Others

As a clinician or member of a physician’s staff you need to understand ICD-10 and its impact on your practice. ICD-10: What Clinicians Need to Know provides you with this understanding. The course shows you what changed, why these changes were necessary, and the impact these changes are having on practitioners and groups within our health care system.

The ICD-10 Documentation Quick Reference Guide, available as a downloadable .pdf sent directly to your desktop, is a helpful tool for clinicians and CDI specialists who want to ensure their documentation accurately reflects the diagnoses and procedures performed in sufficient detail to allow complete and accurate coding.

Assessments and Foundational Skills

Before becoming a medical record coder, it is crucial to have knowledge in certain key areas: anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, and pharmacology. The Medical Coding Foundational Skills program equips coders with the knowledge needed for a successful medical record coding career.

The ICD-10-CM Skills Assessment measures your skill level in assigning ICD-10-CM codes. With 40 questions, it uses scenarios from various types of visits, such as emergency room, inpatient admissions, outpatient admissions, physician office, etc. to evaluate a coder’s comprehension of the coding guidelines and selection of the correct diagnosis code(s).

In just 40 questions, the ICD-10-PCS Skills Assessment measures the coder’s skill level in assigning ICD-10-PCS codes. A range of root operations are included and results are reported in 11 categories: the nine root operation subcategories in the Medical and Surgical section, the Obstetrics section, and sections 2-H of PCS.

Understanding Anatomy and Physiology is foundational to medical record coding. The Anatomy & Physiology Skills Assessment will ensure that you or your staff are knowledgeable in this essential area. The assessment consists of 120 questions covering 12 body systems and is perfect for individuals or groups.

Understanding medical terminology is foundational to medical record coding. The Medical Terminology Skills Assessment is designed to measure your familiarity with medical terminology and identify your areas of strengths and opportunities for improvement.

Understanding Anatomy and Physiology is foundational to medical record coding and other healthcare disciplines. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology explores the anatomical structures and physiology of the human body. Each body system is discussed in detail.

Understanding commonly used medical terminology is foundational to medical record coding and other healthcare disciplines. Introduction to Medical Terminology does not require previous experience and is essential for anyone preparing to study coding including ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding systems.

Written by coders, for coders! Anatomy & Physiology for Coders provides the foundational knowledge essential for medical record coding. The 12-week curriculum provides a comprehensive and complete review of major body systems; includes an emphasis on what coders need to know for ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding.

Survey of Pharmacology offers a primer on the principles and basics of pharmacology, introducing students to the principles of clinical application, including basic pharmacokinetics, dosage forms, and drug administration. Essential for anyone preparing to study coding including ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding systems.

Exam Prep

The Certified Coding Associate (CCA®) Exam Review provides a comprehensive review of medical terminology and anatomy, reimbursement methodologies, and healthcare data sets and standards. It also includes intensive ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding practice, as well as valuable study and test-taking strategies.

This highly-acclaimed CCS Exam Prep program prepares coding professionals to sit for AHIMA’s Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) credential exam. Our nationally renowned CCS exam instructor provides individual mentoring and coaching with proven test-taking strategies that have helped hundreds to achieve CCS success.

The Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) Exam Review provides a comprehensive review of medical science, reimbursement methodologies, and healthcare data sets and standards. It also includes intensive ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding practice, as well as valuable study and test-taking strategies.

The CCS Mock Exam with Personal Coaching Session tests your acute hospital coding skills with a proprietary practice exam that closely resembles the actual CCS exam.  The CCS Mock Exam may be followed by an optional one-on-one consultation with renowned CCS instructor Mary Beth York.

The Certified Inpatient Coder (CIC) Exam Review – ICD-10 is an online course designed to prepare you for the CIC Certification Exam offered by AAPC. The course is self-directed and provides valuable study and test-taking strategies.

The Certified Outpatient Coder (COC) Exam Review – ICD-10 is an online course designed to prepare you for the COC Certification Exam offered by AAPC. (The COC was formerly known as the Certified Professional Coder-Hospital or CPC-H.) The course is self-paced and provides valuable study and test-taking strategies.

Staff Training

Before becoming a medical record coder, it is crucial to have knowledge in certain key areas: anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, and pharmacology. The Medical Coding Foundational Skills program equips coders with the knowledge needed for a successful medical record coding career.

The Medical Coder Career Program (MCCP) provides foundational training to enable you to pursue a coding credential and seek a facility-based inpatient or outpatient coding position. MCCP core curriculum trains students in ICD-10 and CPT coding as well as the foundational principles of the Health Information Management function within hospitals. Courses are taught through a combination of online self-paced study with support of a certified instructor.

Transform new and existing staff into Certified Coders with a Single Solution:  Libman Education’s Grow Your Own Coder – Progressive Skills Development — coder training tailored to your specific needs! This customizable, cost-effective solution uses a model of progressive learning to ensure your coders develop the knowledge and real world experience necessary to perform their job to your standards.

Libman Education’s Coder Plus provides a customizable and cost-effective solution to train the coders you need now and in the future. This practical model of progressive learning integrates online, on-demand courses with real-world coding experience. Hospitals and other healthcare providers as well as professional services firms benefit from this flexible and scalable solution, customized to their requirements.

Home Health

ICD-10 for Post Acute Care Settings provides an introduction to the structure and design of the ICD-10 coding system and the content of the coding guidelines, plus additional specific guidance for assigning codes to diagnoses common in the post acute setting. These settings include home health, hospice, and skilled nursing facilities.

ICD-10 for Home Health Providers provides an introduction to the structure and design of the ICD-10 coding system and the content of the coding guidelines, plus additional specific guidance for assigning codes to diagnoses common in the home health agency setting.

ICD-10-CM for Home Health Bookmark is a two-sided, laminated bookmark that provides you with a definition of each character in the ICD-10-CM code structure PLUS Case Mix Categories for Home Health diagnoses.

Career Training

Coder Assessments

Libman Education Coding Skills Assessments can be customized to your facility’s requirements. Using your questions or ours, Libman Education will create Customized Coding Skills Assessments tailored to your unique needs, administer the assessments in our secure online environment, and provide you with a detailed report of results and recommendations for future training based on the expectations and goals you determine.

Understanding Anatomy and Physiology is foundational to medical record coding. The Anatomy & Physiology Skills Assessment will ensure that you or your staff are knowledgeable in this essential area. The assessment consists of 120 questions covering 12 body systems and is perfect for individuals or groups.

The Emergency Department Coding Skills Assessment – ICD-10 is designed to measure your coder’s competency in emergency services coding and identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement.

The Evaluation and Management (E&M), Infusion and Ancillary Coding Skills Assessment – ICD-10 is designed to measure your coder’s competency in E&M, infusion and ancillary coding and identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement.

The Facility Inpatient Coding Skills Assessment – ICD-10 is designed to measure your coder’s inpatient coding competency and identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement.

The ICD-10-CM Skills Assessment measures your skill level in assigning ICD-10-CM codes. With 40 questions, it uses scenarios from various types of visits, such as emergency room, inpatient admissions, outpatient admissions, physician office, etc. to evaluate a coder’s comprehension of the coding guidelines and selection of the correct diagnosis code(s).

In just 40 questions, the ICD-10-PCS Skills Assessment measures the coder’s skill level in assigning ICD-10-PCS codes. A range of root operations are included and results are reported in 11 categories: the nine root operation subcategories in the Medical and Surgical section, the Obstetrics section, and sections 2-H of PCS.

Understanding medical terminology is foundational to medical record coding. The Medical Terminology Skills Assessment is designed to measure your familiarity with medical terminology and identify your areas of strengths and opportunities for improvement.

The Pediatric Inpatient Coding Skills Assessment – ICD-10 is designed to measure your coder’s competency in pediatric inpatient coding and identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement.

The Pediatric Outpatient/ED Coding Skills Assessment – ICD-10 is designed to measure your coder’s competency in pediatric ED and outpatient coding and identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement.

The Professional Fee Coding Skills Assessment – ICD-10 is designed to measure your coder’s competency in physician, mid-level providers, and other professional services coding and identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement.

The Surgical Day Care Coding Skills Assessment – ICD-10 is designed to measure your coder’s competency in surgical day care coding and identify areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement.

Foundational Skills

Before becoming a medical record coder, it is crucial to have knowledge in certain key areas: anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, and pharmacology. The Medical Coding Foundational Skills program equips coders with the knowledge needed for a successful medical record coding career.

Understanding Anatomy and Physiology is foundational to medical record coding and other healthcare disciplines. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology explores the anatomical structures and physiology of the human body. Each body system is discussed in detail.

Understanding commonly used medical terminology is foundational to medical record coding and other healthcare disciplines. Introduction to Medical Terminology does not require previous experience and is essential for anyone preparing to study coding including ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding systems.

Written by coders, for coders! Anatomy & Physiology for Coders provides the foundational knowledge essential for medical record coding. The 12-week curriculum provides a comprehensive and complete review of major body systems; includes an emphasis on what coders need to know for ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding.

Survey of Pharmacology offers a primer on the principles and basics of pharmacology, introducing students to the principles of clinical application, including basic pharmacokinetics, dosage forms, and drug administration. Essential for anyone preparing to study coding including ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and CPT coding systems.

ICD-10-CM: Diagnosis Coding is a foundational course for students without previous coding experience. This course will introduce you to the diagnostic coding system used by hospitals, physicians, insurance companies, data analysts, and others to describe patient conditions.

ICD-10-PCS: Procedure Coding is a foundational course for students without previous coding experience. This course focuses on the organization of ICD-10-PCS, identifies coding conventions specific to procedure coding, and provides chapter-specific coding instruction.

In CPT Coding, learn how CPT allows healthcare providers to communicate uniform information about medical services and procedures among physicians, coders, patients, accreditation organizations, and payers.

E/M Coding: Evaluation and Management Coding for Professional Fee Services is designed to help you to meet the challenge of assigning Evaluation and Management (E/M) codes quickly and accurately for professional and facility billing. Begin with the basics and learn code assignment step-by-step in just seven lessons.

Professional Skills

The Medical Coder Career Program (MCCP) provides foundational training to enable you to pursue a coding credential and seek a facility-based inpatient or outpatient coding position. MCCP core curriculum trains students in ICD-10 and CPT coding as well as the foundational principles of the Health Information Management function within hospitals. Courses are taught through a combination of online self-paced study with support of a certified instructor.

Principles of Health Information Management provides an introduction to Health Information Management (HIM) to include the structure and use of health information, health record data management, health record documentation, healthcare delivery systems, and regulatory and compliance issues.

The Professional Practical Experience (PPE) – ICD-10 is designed to provide students with hands-on experience in the field of medical coding. Students will perform actual tasks as a coder, assigning diagnosis and procedure codes to various types of patient records. PPE is offered in a virtual environment that closely simulates health information technologies encountered in the workplace.

E/M Coding: Evaluation and Management Coding for Professional Fee Services is designed to help you to meet the challenge of assigning Evaluation and Management (E/M) codes quickly and accurately for professional and facility billing. Begin with the basics and learn code assignment step-by-step in just seven lessons.

HIPAA Training

HIPAA Privacy & Security: Workforce Training for Business Associates is designed to educate Business Associates on specifics of HIPAA privacy and security requirements for all parties handling patient health information.

HIPAA Privacy & Security: Workforce Training for Providers of Healthcare Services surveys the privacy and security regulations, including the requirements outlined in the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act and the Omnibus Final Rule.

The Certified Meaningful Use Professional (CMUP) course offers comprehensive training, including in requirements for both Stage 1 and Stage 2. The program describes requirements for Clinical Quality Measures, the differences between the Medicare and Medicaid programs, HIPAA and Meaningful Use, Health Information Exchange and interoperability, and strategies for adoption.

Onsite Education

Libman Education is often called upon by professional associations to provide presentations on changes to IPPS and CPT Updates, as well as ICD-10-CM/PCS training.  These presentations are also available for facilities wishing to provide on-site training to their staff members.  For information on these and other topics contact Libman Education at [email protected]

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