CureMD ICD-10 Training Program
Specialty Specific ICD-10 Crash Courses
Most ICD-10 resources available online are directed towards coders and billers and expect physicians to hoard a lot of information on ICD-10 in their heads.
Dr. Evan Gwilliam, one of the few clinicians who became a certified ICD-10 instructor through the AAPC, has specifically designed these trainings for you, the non-coder.
ICD-10 Training for Internal Medicine
ICD-10 Training for Oncology
ICD-10 Training for Chiropractors
ICD-10 Training for Pain Management
ICD-10 Training for Dermatology
ICD-10 Training for Psychiatry
Physician Training Program
ICD-10 for physicians by a physician
Self-help training programs require time, which most practices don’t have. Moreover, they are designed by coders and billers thus, making the content of these trainings irrelevant and often laborious for physicians.
CureMD Physician Training Program is different. Designed by a physician, our main focus is to bridge the gap between physician and coders to simplify the transition to ICD-10. Thus, whether you are an ICD-10 expert or beginner, do your practice a favor and spend an hour every week with CureMD.
Part 1: ICD-10 Fundamentals and Navigation
This webinar will help you learn the fundamentals required for a smooth ICD-10 transition and the possible consequences your practice can face if these fundamentals are not met.
Part 2: ICD-10 Conventions and Guidelines
In this webinar, you will learn to think like a coder and apply the rules that claim adjusters will use when they look at your claims with ICD-10 codes.
Part 3: How to find the right ICD-10 code?
Here you will learn how to identify the right code for your diagnosis by applying different strategies that help reduce the probability of coding error and save time.
Part 4: ICD-10 Documentation Improvement Strategies
In this presentation you will figure out how to make sure your documentation for ICD-10 stand up to scrutiny when payers start auditing your records.
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