UHIMA | Coding Roundtable: Long Term Acute Care Coding

Long Term Acute Care hospitals serve patients requiring complex medical management.


LTAC Coding By Barry Libman, MS, RHIA, CDIP, CCS

Long Term Acute Care hospitals serve patients requiring complex medical management.  As a result, coding of the diagnoses and procedures commonly seen in the LTAC / LTACH setting is also complex.  Join us for this introduction to LTAC coding and an overview of how LTAC coding differs from inpatient acute care coding.

Please Note: Long term care, such as skilled nursing and hospice, is not part of this presentation.


Date Published:

October 18, 2017


1.0 – Clinical Data Management


Barry Libman is President of Barry Libman Inc., a 40-person firm providing medical record coding and audit services to hospitals through-out New England and the Mid-Atlantic States. Barry is also President of Libman Education, a provider of training and education for HIM professionals nationwide.

Barry is recognized for his in-depth knowledge of coding and reimbursement issues and is often called upon to provide education and training on code updates and coding issues.


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