UpcomingAdvanced Coding Education (ACE): six-part Webinar Series

  • October 28, 2020
    9:00 am - 11:00 am
  • October 29, 2020
    9:00 am - 11:00 am
  • November 4, 2020
    9:00 am - 11:00 am
  • November 5, 2020
    9:00 am - 11:00 am

Advanced Coding Education (ACE)

Printable Brochure: ICD-10 Coding Training

A 6-part Webinar Series 

This advanced program provides a comprehensive overview of home health & hospice coding. This 6part webinar series (120 minutes each) is a live series and will include Test Your Knowledge cases and will allow time for questions from the audience. However, if you are unable to attend a session or need to review again, the recordings are available for 2 weeks after the live presentation.

This course also offers the opportunity to become a certified coder, ACE, through JLU Health Record Systems. What Does Certification Mean? Certification represents achievement of a standard of knowledge recommended by the American Health Information Management Association. A certified coding staff will assist your agency in meeting the necessary standards to assure reliability when coding.

A Unique Approach to Advanced Coding Education & Coding Certification Preparation 

Looking for an innovative way to prepare your staff to become certified coders or enhance certified coder’s education? The Advanced Coding Education Webinar Series has been specially developed to help staff continue to improve their coding skills during this unprecedented time.  While this intense series is designed for the motivated student who wants to pursue coding certification, it is also appropriate for the clinician looking to enhance their coding understanding and accuracy. Continue to master ICD-10-CM by utilizing critical thinking skills with this fast paced class designed for the person who is experienced in coding. Test Your Knowledge scenarios will be presented and time will be provided for participants to code and gain more proficiency. Accurate coding under PDGM requires an increased skill set and knowledge of ICD-10 coding guidelines and conventions. And with the new RAP requirements effective January 1, 2021, coding will need to be as efficient as possible.

This advanced program provides a comprehensive overview of home health & hospice coding.  This 6‐part webinar series (120 minutes each) is a live series and will include Test Your Knowledge cases and will allow time for questions from the audience. However, if you are unable to attend a session or need to review again, the recordings are available for 2 weeks after the live presentation.
This course also offers the opportunity to become a certified coder, ACE, through JLU Health Record Systems.  What Does Certification Mean? Certification represents achievement of a standard of knowledge recommended by the American Health Information Management Association. A certified coding staff will assist your agency in meeting the necessary standards to assure reliability when coding.
Four major areas are covered in the course & examination:

  1. Code structure & Conventions
  2.  Coding Guidelines
  3. Primary & Other Diagnoses
  4.   Chapter Specific – Diagnostic Information (Including many Test Your Knowledge cases)

Participants will need to have their ICD-10-CM manuals for class.

Examination – Coding Certification (November 10, 2020)

What Does Certification Mean? Certification represents achievement of a standard of knowledge recommended by the American Health Information Management Association. A certified coding staff will assist your agency in meeting the necessary standards to assure reliability when coding. The ACE certification is valid for 3 years.
Scoring: Participants not attaining a passing grade are given a one-time opportunity to take the examination again, free of charge, within 3 months of the original examination date. Exams are administered on online.
Target Audience: This class is designed for anyone who would like advanced knowledge in coding and validation of their proficiency. Participants should have an experience with coding. Participants will be required to have a current ICD-10-CM manual to access for the webinars. Agencies need certified coders for accuracy with PDGM.

Examination:  ACE-10 Certification is offered electronically on November 10, 2020. 

Cost $199 per person. Exam information and registration are booked directly through JLU Health Record Systems.   www.jluhealth.com  Events Tab. ACE-10 Certification demonstrates for participant & employers a proficiency in home health & hospice coding.

JLU registration for the exam: http://www.jluhealth.com/apps/_ee/files/files/ACE%20Exam%20Registration%20Forrm.pdf

 

Wednesdays & Thursdays
9:00 – 11:00AM
Session 1: October 21
Session 2: October 22
Session 3: October 28
Session 4: October 29
Session 5: November 4
Session 6: November 5
Registration Starts at:
Members:
$299 for 1 Person
$279/Person for 2-4 People
$249/Person for 5+ People

 

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