Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BEDFORD, Mass. - Aug 03, 2017 - To help coders master the complex LTAC coding process, Libman Education has released a new course authored by LTAC experts Barry Libman, MS, RHIA, CDIP, CCS, and Christopher G. Richards, RHIA, CCS. Titled Long Term Acute Care Coding, the online, on-demand course is designed to provide the foundational training needed for coders in the LTAC / LTACH setting.
Long Term Acute Care hospitals serve patients requiring complex medical management. Libman Education’s Long Term Acute Care Coding provides a clear and straightforward approach to ICD-10 coding of diagnoses and procedures for conditions commonly seen in the LTAC / LTACH setting. The course covers several coding challenges unique to the LTAC setting:
• Knowing when to report procedures performed at outside facilities
• Properly coding mechanical ventilation
• Understanding when to code an injury as initial vs. subsequent
• When aftercare codes are used
“Medical management for patients in LTAC hospitals is quite complex,” said Barry Libman, President of Libman Education and author of Libman Education’s Long Term Acute Care Coding course. “As such, LTAC coding is complex and requires a strong foundation. This course explains the complex LTAC coding procedure in three concise lessons, providing a clear and straightforward approach to ICD-10 coding of diagnoses and procedures for conditions commonly seen in the LTAC setting.”
Lesson topics in Long Term Acute Care Coding include Medical Conditions, Injuries and Sequelae of Diseases, and LTAC Procedure Coding. Those who complete the course are eligible for a Certificate of Completion and CEUs.
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