Essentials of ICD 10 CM Coding and Clinical Documentation Improvement for the Hyperbaric Team
Whether you’re an HBO physician, a coding manager, or coding professional, or the HBO billing and coding team, this new course, “Essentials of ICD-10-CM Coding and Clinical Documentation Improvement for the Hyperbaric Team” will benefit you!
This comprehensive program provides a unique bundle that includes five hours of continuing education on the impact of ICD-10-CM in the Hyperbaric and Wound Care environment, a post-course assessment, and free on-demand video replays of each session.
This 5.0 credit hour CME program will be delivered via live webinar providing for real-time interaction with the expert faculty.
(*Free on-demand video replays will be available for registrants following each session.)
A Physician’s Evaluation for HBO Candidates (1 hour)
Documentation, ICD-10-CM Coding and Billing Services for HBOT: Part 1 (1 hour)
Documentation, ICD-10-CM Coding and Billing Services for HBOT: Part 2 (1 hour)
Wound Care Documentation and Coding ICD-10-CM for Diabetic Foot Ulcer (30 minutes)
Case Study Practicum: Documentation, ICD-10-CM Coding and Billing Services for Diabetic Foot Ulcer (30 minutes)
Live Question & Answer Session (1 hour)
Credit Hours: 5.0
Licenses: MD, DO, AAPC and AHIMA Coders, RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CNA, RD, CRT, RRT, RCP
Accreditation: Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS), American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC)
CE Broker Tracking#: 20-566042
Availability: Live Webinar (with video replays available for registrants)
Dates of the live webinar sessions: August 17, August 24, August 31, September 7, September 14
Times of the live webinar sessions: 12 NOON EST (each session will run from 12 Noon EST - 1:00pm EST).
*Free on-demand video replays will be available for registrants following each session.
About the Course
This 5.0 credit hour CME program will be delivered via live-webinar providing for real-time interaction with the expert faculty. Video replays of each session will be available for registrants.
This course is designed to provide continuing education on the impact of ICD-10-CM in the Hyperbaric and Wound Care environment.
This program will increase knowledge of the most common diagnoses assigned in reporting wound care and HBOT services; increase competence and performance in accurately capturing the level of acuity and intensity of services with complexity of care clinically documented in a collaborative method of communication; increase competence and performance in defining measurable success factors and monitoring the impact of improved clinical documentation.
About the Instructor
|Day 1: August 17||Start Time||Stop Time||Lecture Title||Faculty|
|12:00 NOON EST||1:00 PM||A Physician’s Evaluation for HBO Candidates||Gretchen Dixon|
|TOTAL CME HOURS DAY 1: 1.0|
|Day 2: August 24||Start Time||Stop Time||Lecture Title||Faculty|
|12:00 NOON EST||1:00 PM||Documentation, ICD-10-CM Coding and Billing Services for HBOT: Part 1||Gretchen Dixon|
|TOTAL CME HOURS DAY 2: 1.0|
|Day 3: August 31||Start Time||Stop Time||Lecture Title||Faculty|
|12:00 NOON EST||1:00 PM||Documentation, ICD-10-CM Coding and Billing Services for HBOT: Part 2||Gretchen Dixon|
|TOTAL CME HOURS DAY 3: 1.0|
|Day 4: September 7
||Start Time||Stop Time||Lecture Title||Faculty|
|12:00 NOON EST||1:00 PM||
Wound Care Documentation & Coding ICD-10-CM for Diabetic Foot Ulcer (30 minutes)
Case Study Practicum: Documentation, ICD-10-CM Coding and Billing Services for Diabetic Foot Ulcer (30 minutes)
|TOTAL CME HOURS DAY 4: 1.0|
|Day 5: September 14||Start Time||Stop Time||Lecture Title||Faculty|
|12:00 NOON EST||1:00 PM||Live Q & A Session||Gretchen Dixon|
|TOTAL CME HOURS DAY 5: 1.0|
American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
This program meets the requirements for up to 5.0 continuing education units for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Successful completion of post test is required for continuing education units.
American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC)
This program meets the AAPC guidelines for up to 5.0 CEU. Can be applied to Core A. Successful completion of post test is required for continuing education units.
Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS)
Jointly Provided: “This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society and Wound Care Education Partners. The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.”
Designation Statement: The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society designates this enduring material for a maximum of 5.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Full Disclosure Statement
All faculty members and planners participating in continuing medical education activities sponsored by Wound Care Education Partners are expected to disclose to the participants any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests. Full disclosure of faculty and planner relevant financial relationships will be made at the activity.
The information provided at this CME activity is for Continuing Medical Education purposes only. The lecture content, statements or opinions expressed however, do not necessarily represent those of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS), its affiliates or its employees.
Bundle and Save: $249.00 for the complete program.
- Registration includes all five live webinar sessions, free on-demand video replays of each session, post-course assessment, and CME/CEU certificate.
A la carte: $97 per session.
- Enroll in one session or a few. Each a la carte registration includes a one-hour live webinar learning module of your choice, free on-demand video replay, post-course assessment, and CME/CEU certificate.
Introduction to the Safety Director Role
This comprehensive 2-day live course provides participants with the required tools for effectively carrying out the role of safety director. This program benefits those new to the safety director position by orienting them to the responsibilities as defined by the NFPA, UHMS and other organizations. In addition, the course is a great review for current safety directors and seasoned technicians by providing updates to NFPA code and industry standards. This course is intended for a wide audience of health care providers involved in the provision of hyperbaric medicine, including the registered nurse, certified hyperbaric registered nurse, nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, registered respiratory therapist, certified hyperbaric technician, physician, physician's assistant, EMT’s and paramedics. The main goals of the course are to review hyperbaric safety and emergency procedure development.
Credit Hours: 16
Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine
This is an intense four day course approved by the UHMS & NBDHMT as an Introductory Course in Hyperbaric Medicine and intended for a wide audience of health care providers involved in advanced wound care management, including the physician, registered nurse, nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, registered respiratory therapist, physical therapist, physician's assistant, EMT’s and paramedics. The goals of this course are to provide an understanding of the physics involved in increasing the pressure in a fixed volume environment; provide an overview of the physiological effects of hyperbaric oxygen and the pharmacological role oxygen plays in hyperbaric medicine; review the history of hyperbaric therapy; review the various types of hyperbaric systems in use today and regulations involved in maintaining a safe operating environment; gain an understanding of the organizations that serve as resources for the field of hyperbaric medicine and lastly, review the UHMS indications approved for treatment in the hyperbaric environment, review the safety standards for operating the equipment and understand the requirements for documentation for compliance and payment.
Credit Hours: 40
License: MD, DO, DPM (Florida only), RN, LPN, CNS, ARNP, CRT, RRT, RCP, CHT, CHRN
Wound Care Review Online Course
GOALS/OBJECTIVES and TOPICS
The goals of this course are to review:
This master class contains 6 articles and 2 video lessons. There is a short quiz after each article and video lesson. A certificate is issued upon completion.
The goals of this intense 5.5-hour course are to describe the mechanisms of action in hyperbaric oxygenation including the primary and secondary effects of hyperoxygenation; define the UHMS indications which represent the scientifically based accepted criteria for treatment with hyperbaric medicine; review the indication and the specific mechanism of action associated with it; define the algorithmic assessment pathway for the potential hyperbaric candidate, and define the utilization parameters associated with each indication.
The main goals of this intense ninety minute course are to review hyperbaric safety and emergency procedure development; list the regulatory agencies involved in defining hyperbaric codes, designing fire safety codes, and defining engineering standards; describe the emergency medical response for various medical emergencies; describe who is responsible for equipment maintenance and potential equipment issues; define the most effective infection control standard and to describe what resources are available in developing training standards.
The goals of this intense 2-hour course are to educate as to the physics & physiological effect of hyperbaric exposure and to explain the mechanisms and types of injury associated with hyperbaric and diving operations.
Topics covered in this course include decompression sickness (DCS), bubble formation, saturation and desaturation of tissues, "wet" and "dry" diving (multiplace) in calculating gas uptake and elimination using dive tables, US Navy dive tables and NOAA dive tables, clinical hyperbaric medicine tender rules, and much more.
The major goals of this course are to describe the major categories of dressings, when to use them based on the wound presentation and the specific use of advanced dressing modalities used for certain types of wounds. Identification of the right/appropriate dressing for the right wound can lead to faster healing, improve the patient’s pain associated with the wound and decrease the incidence of infection.
This 1.0 hour CE course highlights the CDC’s statistics on the prevalence of diabetes related Diabetic Foot Ulcerwounds, morbidity and mortality rates and the financial burden on the US healthcare system. In addition, the CDC Diabetes Fact Sheet 2011 reaffirms the value of specialized wound care of the lower extremity as it relates to amputation prevention success. The course also summarizes the latest in treatment recommendations for diabetic foot wound wounds and ulcers as suggested by a recent consensus of experts led by a panel of well-known and well published professionals in the wound care arena.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) involves the use of 100% oxygen in a treatment chamber at a pressure greater than atmospheric pressure for various therapeutic purposes. HBO is a prescribed treatment by an appropriate practitioner and is a covered service for a defined number of diagnoses/indications by most insurance payers. A practitioner is required to document the rationale for the delivery of the treatment, a detailed history and physical, patient goals described in the plan of care with appropriate utilization review follow up and risks associated with delivering the treatment. The goals of this intense two-hour course are to detail the role of the physician in managing patients under consideration for HBO, the assessment and screening criteria, standards, and risks.
This course is composed of two video lessons each followed by short quiz. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the course with a passing grade of 60%.
This course is composed of two video lessons followed by short quiz. The second video lesson is a case study practicum. A certificate is issued upon completing the qui with a passing grade.
At the end of this program:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
This program consists of three lessons delivered in the form or articles to be read.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Heather Hettrick PT, PhD, CWS, CLT, CLWT is an Associate Professor in the Physical Therapy Program at Heather Hettrick Author Photo wNova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. As a physical therapist, her expertise resides in integumentary dysfunction with clinical specialties in wound, burn and lymphedema management. Dr. Hettrick has three certifications including: Certified Wound Specialist by the American Board of Wound Management, Certified Lymphedema Therapist by the Academy of Lymphatic Studies, and is dual certified internationally as a Certified Lymphedema and Wound Therapist through the International Lymphedema Wound Training Institute.
Heather has diverse work experience in academia and the private sector. Her more recent employment history includes: Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education at the University of New Mexico; Vice President of Academic Affairs and Education for Gordian Medical, Inc. dba American Medical Technologies; Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at New York University; Adjunct Professor at Drexel University; Program Coordinator for Burn Rehabilitation Research at the William Randolph Hearst Burn Center at NY Presbyterian Hospital and a Master Clinician at the Hospital for Joint Diseases at the Diabetic Foot and Ankle Center.
Dr. Hettrick is a Past President of the American Board of Wound Management and currently on the Executive Committee of the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care. She is Program Director at Hospital St. Croix in Leogane Haiti where she oversees and manages a lymphatic filariasis clinic. She is actively involved in numerous professional organizations, conducts research and publishes, presents and teaches, nationally and internationally on integumentary related issues.
This one-hour CME/CEU credit course provides education on the latent effects of radiation and the use of HBOT with the goal of affording patients the best care possible as expeditiously as feasible based on the most up to date research, literature, and data available. Physicians will be able to make a proper referral for treatment of wounded patients meeting hyperbaric candidacy.
The physician will have increased knowledge, competence, and performance in regards to symptoms, patient evaluation, and treatment.
This course consists of two video lectures, followed by a short quiz.
This course is designed to greatly enhance your understanding of the dive tables and hyperbaric physics, two topics that the majority of practitioners struggle with.
About the Instructor
Nick Bird, MD, MMM, ABFM, FUHM
Dr. Bird currently serves as Regional Medical Director for Duke Urgent Care in Durham, NC.
Fellowship trained in undersea and hyperbaric medicine, Dr. Bird is a past CEO and Chief Medical Officer for Divers Alert Network, and Medical Director of Hyperbaric Medicine at Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George, UT.
Having served in the United States Air Force, Dr. Bird was the Deputy Flight Commander for the Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care Center at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA. He also served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
You will see Dr. Bird around the U.S. teaching Introduction to Hyperbaric Medicine courses with Wound Care Education Partners, as well as teaching online continuing education programs for practitioners of hyperbaric medicine.