This course provides an introduction to the International Classification of ICD-10-PCS. Students will learn the key attributes of ICD-10-PCS, including the organization, structure, conventions, tables and will interpret healthcare data and apply coding guidelines for ICD-10-PCS code assignment. Students will differentiate between ICD-9-CM procedure codes and ICD-10-PCS codes and understand the use of code mapping between different classification systems for retrieval of historical data. The benefits of ICD-10 for health information exchange standards and interoperability will also be explored.
Prerequisites: academic plan of HINFO-AS or HINFO-CC and BSC 1020 or BSC 1084 or BSC 2093C and CGS 2100C and HIM 1000 and HIM 1433 and HSC 1531 and HSC 1149 and ENC 1101 with grades of "C" or higher. Corequisite: HIM 1222C.
Terms Offered: Fall
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