About the Course
Published: March 23, 2019
Having trouble assigning PCS codes? Are you receiving low audit scores from your reviewer? Join us as we discuss some areas in procedural coding where common errors have been identified. Examples include VAD such as CVC totally implanted, tunneled vs. non-tunneled, PICC and midline PCS coding.
We’ll also discuss other sometimes confusing procedures such as occlusion versus restriction procedures – in relation to aneurysm repair as well as coding flaps and grafts.
Jeannie Jacobs, CCS
Jeannie is a Quality Assurance Auditor with Ovation Revenue Cycle Services since 2016. In 2005 Jeannie begin her HIM career at John D. Archbold Memorial Hospital located in Thomasville, Georgia. She obtained her CCS in 2009. Jeannie has both outpatient and inpatient coding experience, as well as inpatient auditing experience. Auditing experience includes teaching facilities and trauma level 1 inpatient facilities with up to 1,600 beds. In addition to her coding and auditing roles, she has provided outpatient and inpatient training for new coders. She has also provided ICD 10 education for both audit and coding staff. Jeannie has presented several national webinars for Ovation. In addition, she has presented coding education for her local GHIMA chapter. Jeannie recently participated as an Item Writer for the 2019 CCS exam. She is passionate about her profession as well as providing coding education.
1.5 CEU – Clinical Data Management
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